When Riot Festannounced its huge inital line-up yesterday, it got us thinking about all the great festivals we're considering packing up and flying to this year.
Here's what places other than the UK have to offer this summer.
TASTE OF CHAOS FESTIVAL
What better way to end the Taste Of Chaos Tour than with a festival that has Taking Back Sunday, Dashboard Confessional, Saosin and an additional bunch of bands on the bill?
Spread over two weekends in Denver and Colorado, Riot Fest hosts final, reunion and other special shows of bands like Misifits, Motion City Soundtrack and Frank Iero's Death Spells. And that's before we even think about mentioning All Time Low, Pierce The Veil and Creeper.
This massive Canadian festival features the likes of Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Sum 41, Underoath and Against Me!. Need we say more?
It's no secret that Belgium knows how to festival. With a line-up that includes Biffy Clyro, State Champs and Sleeping With Sirens, this year's Pukkelpop promises to be a good one.
CHICAGO OPEN AIR Slipknot, Marilyn Manson, Of Mice & Men, BABYMETAL, Beartooth, letlive. and Asking Alexandria all in one place? Yep, that's a thing.
OZZFEST MEETS KNOTFEST
It's cool when bands have their own festivals, but it's even better when two bands combine their festivals into one huge weekend. Headliners Slipknot and Black Sabbath will be joined by Disturbed, Slayer, Hatebreed and Suicide Silence, for Ozzfest Meets Knotfest later this year.
Here are a list of names that have us very, very excited. Avenged Sevenfold.Pierce The Veil.Of Mice & Men. Count. Us. In.
Danish Roskilde Festival has Biffy Clyro, Bring Me The Horizon, At The Drive-In and Tenacious D lined up to play next month. Not bad. Not bad at all.
Now, excuse us while we try to supress the urge to spend all of our money on festival tickets.