If you have lived in the Las Vegas valley for any length of time, you have probably become familiar with all of the great festivals that happen here. It’s sunny almost every day around here, we have warm temperatures throughout most of the year, and of course, very little rain. Plus, we are a huge tourist destination for people from all over the world. So, where does Nevada rank on a list of the top festival states in America?
Before we answer that question, let’s get to some of the details contained in a recent study conducted by AirportParkingReservations.com, which was written by The APR Content Team, and published on May 10th, 2023.
This team based their findings on details which would concern your typical festival attendee: the number of festivals in each state, the average temperatures and the amount of sun and rain in the state, the amount of crime reported in the state, the average cost of three nights in a three-star hotel, the amount of money you’d pay for a bottle of Smirnoff (not sure why they chose that particular brand of vodka), the number of airports in the state, and the number of searches for “music festivals” on Google in each state.
Of course, one would figure that the states with the most festivals would easily top the rankings. States such as California, Texas, and Florida would have ranked somewhere in the top 3, but the high rate of crime in those states tanked them in the rankings. California also has pretty high costs for food, booze, and housing accommodations.
Before we get to the top 5 festival hotspots in the U.S.A. according to this study, I also wanted to point out the most popular music festivals in the nation.
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Now, scroll on down and see if Nevada made it into the top 5 “Best Festival States In America.”