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
House of Creatives Music & Arts Festival has announced its day-by-day lineup for the upcoming edition of the Miami festival, which is set to return this November 10 & 11.
Saturday will see Foster The People, Chromeo, Sofi Tukker, and others take the stage, while Sunday will see M.I.A.'s long-awaited return to Miami alongside Little Dragon, SAINt JHN and many more.
Goldenvoice is pleased to announce the 2018 Tropicália Music & Taco Festival at the Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4. The event will feature performances by Morrissey, Cardi B, Mac Demarco, Kali Uchis, Chicano Batman, Mazzy Star, Los Angeles Ázules, Toro Y Moi, Cuco, Devendra Banhart, Natalia Lafourcade, BadBadNotGood, Broncho, La Sonora Dinamita, Boy Pablo & many more.Read More
This past Saturday held the 7th annual Summer Splash event which doubled as a tribute to Sublime’s loved, Bradley Nowell. The event took place at a very unique venue in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Shed is a pop up amphitheater that definitely gave you a very modern vibe along the train station. As the doors opened around 1:30pm the sun beamed a scorching 90 degrees. But it was only about to get hotter from there.Read More
House of Creatives Music & Arts Festival has announced its return to Miami November 10 & 11, 2018, presented by Mishu.
1st Release Groundbreaker 2-Day Passes are on sale now in both GA ($60) and VIP ($120) format. VIP Passes offer festival goers the ultimate experience with a dedicated viewing area, premium bathrooms, and dedicated bars. 1st Release Passes are available *this weekend only.* Prices will rise Sunday, June 17, 11:59PM ET.
Four years firing up and Florida’s premier, annual reggae festival returns bigger than ever at St. Petersburg’s Vinoy Park this past St. Patrick’s Day weekend sporting a different strain of green. Welcoming back major national reggae acts like headliners Rebelution, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, & SOJA, who are well familiar with the great sunset vibes of the Tampa Bay Area’s reggae scene, as well as crowd favorites Tribal Seeds, The Expendables, Collie Buddz, J. Boog, Ozomatli, and NAHKO & Medicine for the PeopleRead More
South Florida locals flocked to the highly visual and interactive music festival, III Points, in the heart of the Miami Design District at Mana Wynwood. The acclaimed music festival catches the attention of concert lovers in Florida and all across the United States.Read More
The name may be new but the tradition is still very much alive. The Growlers have given us a sixth festival in a row despite all the setbacks. They’ve committed themselves to carrying on something that many fans look forward to come Halloween. Lineups often include punk throwbacks like The Adicts and The Dickies, old-school respected rap artists like GZA and Del the Funky Homosapien, and classic 90’s throwbacks like The Violet Femmes and TLC. The legendary acts and good times continue to remain, while leaving behind the concerns of Beach Goths in the past.Read More
Philadelphia has shown JD McPherson a healthy dose of brotherly love ever since he started tour in the early 2010s, having found a home with the folks at WXPN, Philly’s listener-supported radio station.Read More
After a three and a half year absence, English indie rock darlings Elbow made their triumphant return to the U.S. this month, hitting the major cities on both coasts throughout November. The tour comes on the heels of their seventh studio release, Little Fictions, which was released in February to wild acclaim.Read More
The mid-Atlantic region recently played host to Australian-bred, Los Angeles-based indie band Atlas Genius, who brought their infectious brand of synth-infused rock to Philadelphia and Washington DC as their extensive 63 Days of Love tour winds to a close. The band recently released a new single and accompanying video for the song “63 Days” and, fresh off an appearance on Conan O’Brien’s late night show, brought the promise of forthcoming new music with them.Read More
California's premiere Celtic festival occurs in Murrieta, CA each fall. Two days filled with Celtic music, bands coming from all over the world. The festival featured performances by 1916, Enter the Haggis, Craic House, and The Fighting Jamesons.Read More
The black backdrop that has hung from the stage during most of Frank Turner’s performances this year simply and perfectly encapsulated the artist and his backing band. Emblazoned with what has become a trademark symbol for the rock and roll singer-songwriter, taken from his days as a hardcore punk, is the letter X, each section punctuated with an initial: FTHC.Read More
You’ve seen the album covers and now you know who’s behind the genius psychedelic designs.Read More
Roots rocker JD McPherson has always sought inspiration in the music of the past. He first turned heads in 2010 with his debut albumSigns and Signifiers, where he created a unique, new brand of rock and roll using sounds pulled from the early 1950s and given a twist so that they were fresh for modern ears.Read More
If you are looking for a music festival that feeds every sort of appetite you could possibly have as a music lover, then the Hopscotch Festival was created for you. This is four days of curated shows, all different genres, all happening within hours of each other over a several block radius in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, and yes it's as great as it sounds.Read More
Asbury Park hometown heroes, The Bouncing Souls, tore up the stage at their annual home show. Bringing in some amazing acts to support them, The Summer Stage at the Stone Pony was the absolute place to be on August 25th 2017.Read More
After an extended absence, Washed Out finally rode the “chillwave” back into Houston on August 11th, 2017 and mesmerized a sold out crowd with trippy visuals and distant sounds of albums past and present at White Oak Music Hall.Read More
On August 4, 2017 Calgary, Alberta hosted their annual music festival "One Love" at the Max Bell Festival Grounds. The festival was packed with a wide range of artists such as local artists Chedda Chesse and Seven, along with top charting artists such as Ms Lauryn Hill, Lecrae, Blackbear and Anderson Paak.Read More
On July 8, 2017, IHeartRadio took over Calgary, Alberta with their first ever IHeartRadio WestFest. WestFest brought together a large variety of artist and fans to Shaw Millennium Park for a hot day full of music. Amongst the acts performing were Virginia To Vegas, Christian Hudson, Ruth B, Massari, Midland, Ria Mae, Scott Helman, Noah Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, Fifth Harmony and HedleyRead More
Getaway with the norm and dive into Brighton's eclectic music festival, The Great Escape, featuring rising talent and inspiring performances. International artists premiered their musical talents at the acclaimed music festival hosted in Brighton and Hovel, England. The Great Escape features over hundreds artists in diverse settings throughout the city. Communions, LIFE, Franko Fraize, YOWL, and many artists astonished audiences with their stunning performances.Read More