Fully loaded we got snacks and supplies
It's time to leave this town
It's time to steal away
Let's go get lost
Anywhere in the U.S.A.
You've got the car packed, mapped out your routes, and even have snacks for the first leg of your adventure to wherever...but did you make a playlist?? You're own special playlist reserved for this very special trip? Need some help? Here are some of my favorite road trip playlists for some very unique travels.
Music Festival Road Trip Playlist
You've got your band list, your sunscreen, rainboots, your tent, and your bestest friends in the world. Whether you're driving to Manchester, Hunter, or training it to Glastonbury, music festival playlists are kind of essential. Linking back to some of music biggest festivals to its newest, this list covers decades.
- On the Road Again - Canned Heat
- Woodstock - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
- Estimated Prophet - Shakedown St. - Fire On The Mt -Sugar Magnolia- Grateful Dead
- Radio Gaga (Live Aid) - Queen
- In the Puppet Kitchen - Umphrey's McGee
- Rebubula - moe.
- Whipping Post - Allman Brothers
- David Bowie - Phish
It is magic driving along any coast of any continent and having a good playlist adds to the memories. Just make sure you're driving on the correct side of the road before you press play.
- De Yaleo - Santana
- Kiss the Dirt - INXS
- Vacation - The Go Go's
- Sloop John B - Beach Boys
- Girls in The Summer Clothes - Bruce Springsteen
- The Ocean - Led Zeppelin
- America - Simon and Garfunkel
- Carnival - Amy Correia
- Sedona - Houndmouth
90's High School Reunion Road Trip
Everyone has those songs that take you back to when you had papers, didn't like gym class, dreamed of your driver's permit, and gum-tacked pictures of Eddie Vedder to your locker.
- All Star - Smashmouth
- Loser - Beck
- Paranoid - Garbage
- Breakfast at Tiffany's - Deep Blue Something
- Counting Blue Cars - Dishwalla
- What's Up - 4 Non Blondes
- Jump Around - House of Pain
- Dyslexic Heart - Paul Westerberg
80's Dance Party Road Trip
Whether you remember the 80's or not ... it was a fun time and the music was carefree and had a great beat to have an all out dance party.
- Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears for Fears
- Queen of Hearts - Juice Newton
- Too Shy - Kajagoogoo
- I'll Tumble 4 Ya - Culture Club
- Into the Groove - Madonna
- Safety Dance - Men Without Hats
- Rio - Duran Duran
- Let's Dance - David Bowie
There you have it, some starter playlists for a few road trips. Drive safe and hopefully these songs will become part of your new playlists for some of your adventures.