In terms of less specialized summer music festivals, the American scene is dominated by Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Coachella (and in recent years Pitchfork has made a push for that status). Because of that, those festivals become quickly crowded, assuming you purchased passes in times to even get in. So if you're not looking for festivals dominated by metal, jam bands, or barbershop quartet-looking dudes that are overly fond of string instruments, you might not know where to turn when the big three are removed from the equation; here, ranked in order of when they'll occur begining with the earliest, are 10 off-the-radar music festivals to see this summer.