With the continuing growth of social influencers, more and more people seem to be on the neverending hunt for the perfect photo or video, and when it comes to music festivals, they can make the perfect backdrop to snap the perfect selfie or trending dance video.

Music Festivals Offer Many Unique Photo Opportunities

It's no surprise that music festivals would be considered "Instagrammable." With a plethora of musical artists, and many festivals offering a cross-focus on art as well, they offer so many unique opportunities for attention-grabbing photos and videos.

Coachella Is the #1 Most Instagrammable Festival in America

A recent study took a deep dive into the top festivals in the United States to determine which ones are the most Instagram-worthy. Using hashtag data as it relates to more than 40 different festivals, it may not be a surprise to learn that Coachella tops the list in the number one spot with over 5 million posts on the social platform.

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Lollapalooza and Electric Forest Rank #2 and #3

Lollapalooza in Chicago, Illinois, and Electric Forest in Rothbury, Michigan hold the number two and number three spots, with 1,557,300 posts and 593,400 posts, respectively.

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Tennessee's Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is the 4th Most Instagrammable

Just behind Electric Forest is where we find our first Tennessee festival on the list. Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival takes the number four position with 568,800 posts on Instagram. However, if you've been to the farm, you may also wonder if that number would be higher if cell services were a little less spotty in the middle of a field in Manchester.

READ MORE: First Timer's Guide to Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Nashville's CMA Fest Ranks #10 Most Instagrammable Festival

Many other big-name festivals like Electric Daisy Land (EDC), Rolling Loud, and Beyond Wonderland made the list too. But Tennessee makes another appearance on the list, rounding out the top 10 is where we find Nashville's CMA Fest. The four-day event that takes place in June was known as "Fan Fair" when it got its start in 1972.

Regardless of what festivals you plan to attend in 2024, stay safe and have fun!

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