If you love to perform music, you might like to know about the way music travel and tourism are involved with your interests. This article will aim to give you insight on where music tourism is really popular, and what styles you can expect to hear if you happen to visit places like them.
What is a music tourist?
The tourism industry and the United Nations Tourism Organization don’t have a clear definition for it just yet, but you can bet this is a big business that will only get more revenue friendly in the coming years. People who love to perform music and tour to support their albums would be defined as a music tourist generally.
What states base their whole tourist draw from music touring?
Great question. As you can imagine, there are so many forms of music that satisfy tourists from all over, but the American south is very popular in the music that comes from there. Artists like Bubba Sparxxx and Yelawolf have brough credence to the Hip-Hop styles that can come from the south, as well as the Mid-west bringing artists like Nelly. Along with the attention and fame the music brings to these places, people all over the world now know some of the things natives from these places do thanks to the semantics shared through music. It’s a win-win situation that brings people from all over to their iPods and TV screens. If you live in Europe, you might be familiar with the Glastonbury festival that annually hosts musicians from all over the world and is in every major news outlet for the luminous stars that come out and play free music for the people. No matter what your taste in music is, there is a place and a venue where you can celebrate it with others.