Loved-up music junkies, take note: There are festivals the world over where you can get your groove on.
Festival Au Desert, Mali: Camel-trek from Timbuktu into the Malian desert and indulge in three days of traditional music, dance and art. Held mid January, there are acts from all over West Africa and abroad.
Reggae Sumfest, Jamaica: Reggae fans unite every July in balmy Montego Bay for Jamaica's largest outdoor music festival. The cruisy mix of local and international reggae, ska and dub acts is guaranteed to chill you out.
Tamworth Country Festival, Australia: If country music rocks your guitar, this event held every January in New South Wales, is for you. The deal: 10 days of modern country music, with a good measure of golden oldies thrown in.
Reading Festival, UK: Get your alternative, pop, rock, rap and hip-hop fix late August at the Reading festival in the UK. It's loud, it's mind-blowing and with 60,000 people attending annually it's certainly packed.
Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival, Hong Kong: Located along the waterfront and overlooking Hong Kong's majestic skyline, this two-day outdoor festival showcases the latest alternative music.