How much would you pay for happiness? Or, barring that, how much would you pay for a three-day drunken music binge? The good folks over at The Guardian and No1 Currency wanted to find out, so they compiled a list of the world’s most expensive music festivals.
Using prices for tickets, beer, meals, and travel, the charts measured events from all over the world. Coachella came away as the “winner,” with tickets topping £250 ($360). Glastonbury took silver at £225. In the beer category, meanwhile, Barcelona’s Sonar festival held it down for the people—drinks there cost £0.74 ($1). Click through the graphs below to see where your favorite sites land.