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Month: August 2019



An in-depth analysis of which weekend of Austin City Limits you should attend

Austin City Limits is consistently one of the best festivals in the game, and spread over two weekends in October it is also one of the final festivals of the season. This gives you one last chance to catch all the artists you missed before, and one last chance to soak up the sun while listening to your favorite tunes of the summer. Continue Reading

Madison Cunningham plays songs from “Who Are You Now” at Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre in support of Amos Lee

On August 25th, California native Madison Cunningham played Portland, OR’s Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre. Cunningham opened for well-known singer-songwriter, Amos Lee. Continue Reading

Sonoma Harvest Music Festival offers a curated, intimate California festival experience in September with Lauryn Hill, Chrvches, Ben Harper and more

Over the last couple of years, Napa’s BottleRock has put itself on every concertgoers festival radar as one of the festivals to check out. Last year, the team behind BottleRock put on the inaugural Sonoma Harvest Music Festival that was such a hit, they’ve added a second weekend to the bill for this years return. This year will feature an eclectic two-weekend lineup that can please everyone’s music taste. Continue Reading

August Burns Red tour in support of the 10 year anniversary of “Constellations” at The Fillmore in Silver Springs

August Burns Red is touring for the 10 Years of Constellations World Tour. As they wrap the U.S. leg of the tour this summer, they made a stop just outside of the Nation’s Capital in Silver Spring, MD at The Fillmore. Continue Reading

The Flaming Lips wrap up their North American summer tour with confetti, lasers and balloons at Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater

It’s been said before, but I’ll say it again: there is nothing quite like a Flaming Lips show. It’s an experience that many have with mouth agape as this type of sensory-overloaded spectacle is not an everyday occurrence. When The Flaming Lips stopped in Raleigh, North Carolina on Wednesday night, the last stop of their 12-show North American summer tour, you bet they brought with them their laser hands, confetti, inflatable robots and rainbows, oversized balloons, and more colored lights than you can imagine. Continue Reading

Hopscotch Festival returns to Raleigh September 5-7 with headliners Sleater-Kinney, James Blake, Jenny Lewis and CHVRCHES

It’s the beginning of the end of summer, which means students are returning to school, fantasy football leagues are starting back up again, but even more importantly, it’s almost time for the greatest weekend of the year in Raleigh – Hopscotch Music Festival.
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