The annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival at the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California returns this year on August 9th to 11th. Since 2008, the festival has been known for featuring artists across multiple genres of music, and this intersection continues again in 2019. With headliners Paul Simon, Childish Gambino, and Twenty One Pilots, Outside Lands 2019 is not one to miss.Read More
Desert Daze doesn’t hesitate to keep us on the edge of our seats anticipating another take off! Already this year’s lineup is astronomical and straight out of our dreams! If you’re actively keeping posted on Desert Daze’s Instagram and/or Facebook then you know that just about everyday a new artist is announced and welcome to 2019’s Desert Daze voyage. And everyday this year’s festival becomes more and more unfathomable! Desert Daze wasted no time unveiling some of their biggest 2019 names and highly anticipated sets. The Flaming Lips performing The Soft Bulletin and Flying Lotus 3D are some of the heavy-hitters jumping on this year’s bill. Added to 2019’s lineup also includes: Stereolab, Animal Collective, The Black Angels, Parquet Courts, Dungen, Temples, Lightning Bolt, Conan Mockasin, DIIV, White Fence, Crumb, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Wand, Surfbort, and so much more!Read More
After wrapping up its final cross-country run last year, the longest running and largest traveling music festival in the U.S. will soon gear up to celebrate 25 years of longstanding history, groundbreaking achievements and of course, great music.
For while our summers will likely never be the same without its countless days of sweaty pop-punk and alt-rock bliss, The Vans Warped Tour is determined to leave fans with the birthday bash of the century.Read More
According to a study made by StubHub in 2018, Mexico rated number 5 in the list of countries where people are most likely to travel from other countries for a live event. This confirms that Mexico’s music festival scene has grown very fast in the past few years and has generated international interest.
After a successful debut, Corona Capital Guadalajara will return for a second edition on May 11, 2019. This festival is the one-day version of the Corona Capital held in Mexico City which has been going on for nine years and has gained a lot of popularity worldwide.
For its’ second edition, the festival offers a diverse lineup of 22 international bands ranging from indie rock to electronica. The Festival will be held at Explanada Estadio Akron.Read More
Now in its sixth year, Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival powered by Gringo Bandito has announced its biggest event yet. After selling out its flagship date in Dana Point, CA for two years in a row, this year’s Southern California festival expands to two days on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7 at picturesque Doheny State Beach.Read More
Dreamville is coming to Raleigh, North Carolina for their first ever festival this April. Lead by J. Cole, himself, Dreamville will take place on April 6th, 2019. The festival will be located in the heart of Raleigh’s most historical locations, Dorothea Dix Park. This festival is a way for J. Cole to give back to his home state that helped shape him into the artist he is today. Supporting local food, culture and music, Dreamville will also be adding some of the biggest national acts to the lineup. Dreamville has stated that their goal is not only to make a cultural impact on the city itself but grow this festival into an annual thing.Read More
Miami’s sixth III Points festival was three days of awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping performances from across the unique spectrum of their diverse visual and musical line-up. The Mana Wynwood Convention center hosted seven indoor and outdoor stages, each with their own creative quirks and distinct company, and a plethora of interactive installations, such as Max Cooper and Architecture Social Club’s Aether installation, and Erica Bernhard and Nonotak’s entry portal into the festival. Unconventional spaces, such as the indoor “Skate Space” had patrons put their roller-skating skills to work, with a performance space in the middle that hosted artists like Keanu Orange and Suzi Analogue, and a tucked away, intimate space for DJ sets inspired by speakeasy’s called Door IV, were innovative choices that set III Points above and apart from many American festivals today.Read More
An attempt to interpret, understand and respond to this history utilizing imaginative investment, projection, and creation, perceived through the lens of indirect experience, or second-hand vision is the basis of Sam Valdimirsky photographic series Second-Hand Vision.
Valdimirsky is a documentary filmmaker and artist working primarily in photo and film. His interdisciplinary practice often intersects performance with photography, in which he explores self-portraiture and autobiographical themes through the other, using masks, makeup, costumes, constructed sets, and green screens to stage fictions grounded in history.Read More
Miami’s III Points festival is a pioneer in the festival industry of the future. It’s more than just a festival, it’s an immersive and impactful artistic experience. Boasting an expansive 6+ stages, late night activities and performances, in Miami’s Mana Wynwood Convention Center, III Points is surrounded by one of the most unique creative communities in the world.Read More
Miami's III Points festival reps an unstoppable lineup year after year, hosting rarities and uber-popular artists alike. Here are the top five artists you should put on your radar for III Points 2019.Read More
As The Beach Boys mark more than a half century of making music and having performed more concerts than any major rock band in history, the group continues to ride the crest of an endless wave unequalled in America’s musical history. The Beach Boys have become synonymous with the California lifestyle and an American icon to fans around the world. The Beach Boys will pull into Costa Mesa to entertain their Orange County fans at Segerstrom Center for the Arts on January 31st.Read More
The BeachLife Festival is excited to announce its 2019 music lineup for a first-of-its-kind coastal event in Los Angeles happening May 3 - 5, 2019 at Redondo Beach, CA’s Seaside Lagoon. The three-day immersive experience celebrating Southern California beach culture will feature iconic headliners Brian Wilson, Bob Weir and Willie Nelson performing oceanside, along with artists who are synonymous with SoCal ‘beach life’ including Ziggy Marley, Violent Femmes, Steel Pulse, Grace Potter, Blues Traveler, Bruce Hornsby, Everclear, Chevy Metal, Sugar Ray, Donavon Frankenreiter, and many more.Read More
III Points is giving an early holiday gift to fans! Starting now and running through Cyber Monday November 26th, a very limited quantity of special single day festival tickets are on sale for just $65.00. As part of the offer, fans can buy a single-day ticket now and then assign the day in December when the schedule of music performances are announced. This is the perfect treat for all the music fans on your holiday gift list or to just treat yourself.Read More
Somewhere between a secluded desert and a cosmic playground, we find ourselves in a mirage of majestic mountains, phantasmagoric illuminations, and a balmy lake of inner reflections to dive into. Desert Daze’s 2018 psychedelic music festival took us on an ethereal trip from their previous deserted Joshua Tree location to a new land of wonders to get lost in at Moreno Valley’s Lake Perris Recreation Area, just an hour east of Los Angeles, California.Read More
Dark surrealist imagery that will transport you into another more peculiar realm of existence. Amy Krencius is a visual artist in Portland, Oregon. She creates dark, surreal imagery as a creative outlet for her wild imagination, to reflect her perspective on her own existence, and help others to feel less alone.Read More
In less than a month, Alt 98.7 Presents Big Adventure makes its debut, taking over the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4. Celebrating pop culture and fandom of all sorts, this one-of-a-kind entertainment experience is set to immerse attendees in a world where comics, sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming collide with music and comedy.Read More
Once again KAABOO Del Mar has surpassed all of our highest expectations. And with a weekend of live music from the likes of Billy Idol, SWMRS, Robert DeLong, Stone Temple Pilots, Earth Wind and Fire, and The All American Rejects, it’s no wonder the festival continues to draw a larger and larger crowd each year.Read More
There’s something about supporting local companies and startups that make Miami events even more special. This year was the first ever HomeGrown festival- an event that supports everything 305 related. From Miami’s best food, up and coming local bands to our best breweries around town!Read More
For the fourth year running, KAABOO Del Mar had once again curated a stellar lineup of musical talent. Ranging from current hits to past idols, the California festival’s first sold out status attests to great taste in music both new and old. With legendary powerhouses including The Zombies, Tower of Power, Blondie, and The English Beat, Friday at the Trestles stage was clearly throwback heaven for ska, rock, pop, and soul music fans alike.Read More
Known for its bold and diverse curation of artists every year, III Points did not hold back on their 2019 lineup announcement with modern, genre-blurring Hip-Hop/R&B artists topping the bill like SZA, Tyler, the Creator, A$AP Rocky, & Blood Orange. The festival proves its creative reach for bringing in acts typically not seen touring in Florida too often with early, soulful inspirations like Erykah Badu and Herbie Hancock.Read More
Uncomfortably raw, was the phrase Alexis Karr used describing her first book, This Is Where I Leave You: A Collection Of Poems And Photography From An Adolescent’s Transparent Youth.Read More
Sunday’s are usually for rest and relaxation but that wasn’t the case at Asbury Park Brewery. This past Sunday the Brewery and Aftermath Collective housed No More Dysphoria’s third annual benefit show. No More Dysphoria (NMD) is a Montclair, NJ based non-profit organization that helps transgender and gender non-conforming people pay for major aspects of their transitions.Read More
Saturday night on the corner of 4th Place and Hewitt Street in Downtown LA’s Arts District, there was a line of people stretching out from the Art Share LA’s studio door entrance. Awaiting inside the doors was an artistic amalgamation of the naked form—produced in painting, performance, photography and more. Nude Art LA is a pop-up art exhibition/live show that celebrates the human form at its barest and on showcases like these, creators, performers and lovers of art gather together to observe, wonder, and appreciate the human body in all of its glorious shapes and sizes.Read More
Homebrewing, craft beers and beer festivals are quickly becoming the next best thing in south Florida. HomeGrown is the first indoor festival in Miami that will be featuring the finest local food, music, art and beer! The event will take place at the Watsco Center at the University of Miami on September 23rd from 12:00-8:00PM; tickets are $25 and kids 12 and under are free.Read More