Summer is slowly leaving us behind. Red Rocks season is coming to an end, the rivers are getting too cold for tubing and people are slowly starting to care less about their hot “summer bod.”

Even with school starting and the weather getting shittier, there are still some things that fall has us psyched about: music festivals.

If you've ever been to a big fest, then you’re probably accustomed to sweating your balls off in insane heat surrounded by hundreds of other people who are also sweating their balls off. Luckily for you, fall music festivals give us a break from the heat while still delivering the same brain-altering music we've come to love.

These are the festivals we're most anxious for this fall. Some are a little far away, but we're totally willing to travel for these insane events. 

Suwanne Hulaween (Oct 30- Nov 1) Live Oak, FL:

If you are familiar with Electric Forest or The String Cheese Incident then you may be familiar with this unbelievable Halloween spectacular. This year’s lineup includes some heavy hitters like Pretty Lights, Slightly Stoopid, The Polish Ambassador, Odesza, STS9, Griz, Chance the Rapper and three nights of String Cheese.

Located in the deep swamps of the northern Florida, this festival is surrounded by scenic forests, lakes, unbelievable stage designs and a crowd like no other on Earth. Whether you like jam bands, electronic, funk, alternative or good ol’ rock and roll, Hulaween has something for everyone. There’s a good reason why it’s growing in popularity after last year; which included installations from Burning Man and Electric Forest, and even featured a String Cheese set of Halloween classics like Michael Jackson’s Thriller.

If you make the trip to Florida you won't be disappointed, this festival is one of the best in the country and this year's lineup is one to remember.

TomorrowWorld (Sept 25-27) Chattahoochee Hills, GA:

The American version of European powerhouse festival TomorrowLand is back and bigger than ever. Featuring some of the best electronic music being made today. With artists like Big Gigantic, Bassnectar, Bro Safari, Cashmere Cat, Gramaitik and of course DJ Diesel (a.k.a Shaquille O’Neal a.k.a Big Easy a.k.a Shaq Daddy).

TomorrowWorld is known for not sparing any expense when it comes to stage set-ups and overall venue experience — be prepared to have your mind blown. This year's festival aims to project visitors into a mystical world of music unlike any other (which it better for $350 a ticket).

If you love electric music, and can make the trip to Georgia, then this is a festival that you won’t want to miss. Great music, great venue and an unbelievable amount of people there to share the experience with you.

Telluride Blues and Brews Festival (Sept 18-20):

As if Telluride, Colorado wasn’t already one of the best places to visit, this festival will bring some of the best beer and blues music together for an unforgettable weekend.

Featuring over 50 breweries and over 170 different beers this festival is definitely not for those with a weak liver. Some of Colorado’s biggest and best breweries will be there pouring beer to the tunes of huge acts like Gregg Allman, Anders Osborne, Rich Robinson (the Black Crowes) and even ZZ Top.

This festival is sure to be a rockin’ good time with unbelievable music and even better beer. But get your tickets soon because they are sure too sell out soon.

Summer Ends Music Festival (Sept 24-27) Tempe, AZ:

If you’re not huge into the electric scene or you don’t like listening to old guys jam-out on their guitars for hours on end then Summer Ends might be the music festival for you. Featuring some huge names in music from alternative to rap to reggae, this festival has a little bit of everything.

Enjoy the cool weather of late summer while listening to Rebelution, Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, Kanye, Big Sean, Chance the Rapper and Jimmy Eat World.

This festival is sure to attract the young generation of college students eager to experience music festivals and will be a rager from start to finish. Close out the summer with a bang and check it out.