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By Getaways in Romania | Posted on 04/04/2019 at 00:00 | Updated on 04/04/2019 at 07:08

Cluj-Napoca not only hosts the country's largest film festival, but also some of the most important music festivals. Untold, which takes place this year between August 1 and August 4, has a reputation for selling tickets and passes before it even announces the lineup. Among the artists who will perform during this year's edition are Bastille, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & amp; Like Mike, James Arthur, Martin Garrix, Oscar et le loup, Timmy Trumpet, Boris Brejcha, Loco Dice, Solomun, Tale of Us, Andy Set by DJ C, Camo & amp; Krooked Live, Chase & amp; Status, Borgore, Set of Pendulums DJ Friction B2B, Rusko and Sub Focus B2B Wilkinson.

Still not far from Cluj-Napoca, in the municipality of Bonida, Electric Castle is another popular music festival. Combining music, technology and alternative arts, the event also brings together funds for the restoration of Banffy Castle, in the area of ​​which it takes place. This year it will take place between July 17 and July 21 and the line-up includes Limp Bizkit, Florence + The Machine, the American rock group Thirty Seconds to Mars and the British rock group Bring Me The Horizon.

Jazz in the Park, an open-air jazz festival, brings together many local and international artists in the city’s Central Park and other venues, making it a relaxed event, mixing music and other activities. This year, it will take place from July 4 to 7.

Still outdoors, the eighth edition of the Music Outdoor Experience (MOX) will take place from July 11 to 14 at Coada Lacului Drăgan, Valea Drăganului, about an hour's drive from Cluj-Napoca, with MC Xander and Silent Strike at the poster. For each ticket purchased, ten trees will be planted in Valea Drăganului, in a new forest.

The sunny coast of Constanța is also home to several music festivals during the summer season. The organizers of Untold have launched a festival here called Neversea, which will take place from July 4 to 7 this year. The festival brings together a mix of EDM, electro and pop music. This year's lineup includes G-Eazy, Jessie J, Steve Aoki, DJ Rudimental, Jamie Jones, Tale of Us, Andy C, Wilkinson DJ Set, Flux Pavilion, Chinese. Man, and Sub Focus DJ Set.

In Mamaia, Sunwaves is a festival for fans of techno and electro music. It takes place twice a year and the first part is scheduled between April 25 and May 1. Featuring Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, the Martinez brothers, Nastia, Ricardo Villalobos and Marco Carola, among others.

South of Constanța, Tuzla beach hosts Dakini, a festival for an audience pursuing "a life of spiritual elevation through music, dance and yoga". This year, the festival will take place from June 27 to July 1. Artists who have confirmed their presence: Aes Dana, Ajja, Avalon, Brando Lupi, CloZee, Deep Forest and Gaudi, Eat Static, Istvan Sky, Luigi Tozzi, Maayan Nidam, Marcus Henriksson, Sonic Species and Tribali.

The Afterhills festival combines music and visual arts and takes place near Iaşi, in north-eastern Romania, between 23 and 25 August. In previous editions, the festival had gathered more than 75,000 people. Special shuttles are provided for the residents of Iaşi, and a camping area is also available.

The Gărâna Jazz Festival has been one of the most popular musical events in the country for over twenty years. It takes place in the village of Gărâna, in the picturesque region of the Semenic Natural Park, and offers not only a line-up of renowned international musicians, but also the opportunity to spend a relaxing mini-vacation in nature. Norwegian jazz saxophonist Jan Garbarek is among the first names announced for this year's edition, which runs from July 11-14.

Future European Capital of Culture in 2021, Timișoara also hosts several music festivals. The Timișoara Jazz Festival, takes place this year from July 5 to 7 and promises to attract the big names of the city, as in its previous editions.

The recently created Eufonia Festival is a chamber music festival which aims to become one of the most important classical music events in the Banat region and to help revitalize interest in this genre of music. The organizers also plan to add cities from the region such as Lugoj, Sannicolau Mare, Buzias, Faget or Jimbolia, next to the pole located in Timișoara. This year's edition is scheduled for September 16-30.

Discover more festivals in this article on Romania-Insider.com. (https://www.romania-insider.com/romania-music-destinations-2019)

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