1. WanderlustDate: February 28-March 3
Location: Oahu, Hawaii
Going to a music festival and maintaining a healthy body need not be mutually exclusive, as the Wanderlust Festival proves. Combining yoga, music, meditation, and outdoor excursions, As the 2013 Wanderlust website says: "Your yoga just grew a fin." The North American installment of the Wanderlust festival will take place at the Turtle Bay Resort and Spa.
2. SXSWDate: March 12-17
Location: Austin, Texas
Far more than a music festival, SXSW, which stands for South by Southwest, invades Austin, Texas, each year with big-name and indie musical acts, film screenings, tech panels and conferences, and tons of parties.
SXSW is actually broken up into three segments - interactive, film, and music - all of which overlap slightly so participants can sample all aspects of the festival. The music portion of the 2013 festival runs from March 12-17. Go to the website for more information on dates for the other portions of SXSW.
3. CoachellaDate: April 12-14, April 19-21
Location: Indio, California
Taking place over two weekends, Coachella is a see-and-be-seen festival in the Coachella Valley southeast of Los Angeles. But this isn't a 10-day festival. Rather, the line-up is the same on each of the weekends, allowing more fans a chance to see their favorite artists.
4. JazzFestDate: April 26-May 5
Location: New Orleans
One of the nation's most important music festivals for four decades, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival - JazzFest - features major acts from the jazz and blues genre, but also some of the biggest names in music.
5. SasquatchDate: May 24-27
Location: The Gorge, Washington
The bank of the Columbia River in Washington State is the setting for the Sasquatch Festival, a haven for indie music lovers in the Pacific Northwest. Previous bands at Sasquatch include Jack White, Beck, Bon Iver, St. Vincent, The Civil Wars, Girl Talk, and many more.
6. BonnarooDate: June 13-16
Location: Manchester, Tennessee
Set on a farm in rural Tennessee, Bonnaroo is an unlikely contender for one of America's favorite music festivals. But it has been growing since its debut in 2002. Previous musicians include Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, The Shins, The Roots, Alice Cooper, Ludacris, and many more musical and comedy acts.
7. SummerfestDate: June 26-30, July 2-7
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Since 1968, Summerfest has been showcasing live music in downtown Milwaukee. It is now considered the "world's largest music festival" because it attracts more than 700 bands and hundreds of thousands of spectators over the course of the event.
8. LollapaloozaDate: August 2-4
A traveling festival in the 1990s, the Lollapalooza Festival, which features indie, rock, punk, and electronica acts, has settled in Chicago. The lineup for this year's festival has yet to be announced. Stay tuned for updates.
9. Burning ManDate: August 26-September 2
Location: Black Rock City, Nevada
According to festival organizers, Burning Man "isn't your usual festival, with big acts booked to play on massive stages. In fact, it's more of a city than a festival, wherein almost everything that happens is created entirely by its citizens, who are active participants in the event." Since Burning Man espouses a lot of the ideals Woodstock - perhaps the most famous festival of all time - it has to be included in this list. Check the Burning Man website for more information on this year's theme.
10. BumbershootDate: August 31-September 2
Seattle's oldest and largest arts festival includes music, dance, theatre, visual arts, film, comedy, and spoken word and spoken word performances, making it what organizers call "North America's largest urban arts festival." Previous performers include Tony Bennett, Jane's Addiction, Skrillex, and so much more.