Festivals



Tropicália Festival celebrates SoCal Latin culture with Los Tigres Del Norte, Kali Uchis, Chicano Batman and more (plus tacos!)

Tropicália Music and Taco Festival made its debut in Long Beach to a sold out crowd. The festival was set up at the scenic Queen Mary Park that gave guests a view of the beautiful harbor and cityscape. Gates opened up at 11am and people quickly made their way to the “taco fest” area where more than a dozen vendors were providing free all you can eat tacos until 4pm. Continue Reading

Los Angeles prepares for Tropicália Music & Taco Festival, featuring Kali Uchis, Los Tigres Del Norte and Chicano Batman

Tropicália Music & Taco Festival joins the list of must-see festivals already on LA’s roster. The extremely eclectic lineup has been drawing attention from festivalgoers from all parts of the music spectrum. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

The seven best things we saw at ACL this weekend, including Muna, Dreamcar, The XX and First Aid Kit

Austin City Limit’s second weekend came to a triumphant close earlier this week, as the Killers closed out their second Sunday night in a row. The stunning lineup featured acts big (Jay Z) and small (Grace Vanderwaal) and brought fans of all ages to Austin’s Zilker Park. These are our favorite moments from the weekend. Continue Reading

1 month ago

Sunny weather carries The Meadows through a successful weekend of music with Jay Z, Gorillaz, Sleigh Bells and more

In it’s second year, The Meadows grew from a two-day festival with a strong line-up to a three-day prepping to compete against Panorama and Governors Ball. There were certainly still kinks to sort out – the grounds felt bare and let’s be honest, it’s in a parking lot – but solid weather and a strong line up certainly make The Meadows a contender. Continue Reading

Charlottesville’s LOCKN’ Music Festival brings fans together for shows from The Avett Brothers, Phil Lesh, Margo Price, Jim James and more

If you’ve been following music for a while now you know first hand just how tied up music culture and current political events can become. This years LOCKN’ Music Festival had enormous political pressure place upon it due to the fact that the festival grounds are just 45 minutes from Charlottesville, Virginia, and that an enormous majority of attendees are at least somewhat local. Continue Reading

Iggy Pop, Father John Misty, Beck, Nas, Lizzo, FIDLAR and more come together for a summer weekend at Portland’s Project Pabst

It’s hard to argue there’s any better way to end summer than by attending a music festival. Making its return to Portland, Project Pabst brought a diverse line-up to the late August festival. After combining with the former Musicfest NW festival last year, Project Pabst focused on bringing bands for a 21+ crowd, while also providing great local food and entertainment. Situated right on the waterfront, the festival is in a prime location next to the heart of the city. Continue Reading

Charles Bradley, Ty Segall, Tank & The Bangas and more come together at the electric Pickathon Music Festival

Despite the unusual heatwave combined with a haze of smoke that traveled from British Columbia to Oregon, crowds nevertheless descended onto Pendavaris Farm in Happy Valley for the 19th-Annual Pickathon Music Festival. Pickathon is a different experience compared to most camping festivals. Continue Reading

Baltimore’s Moonrise Festival sees strong sets from Run The Jewels, Dillstradamus, Lil Uzi Vert and Porter Robinson

Baltimore’s Moonrise Festival brought together some of the hottest EDM and hip hop acts for a two day bash. Our favorite sets and photos are below. Continue Reading

Lizzo, Flatbush Zombies, Sleigh Bells and more acts to catch at The Meadows in New York City this September

Let’s cut to the chase. The Meadows is the best festival in New York City this year, and while the lineup is especially stands out because of the stellar headliners, it’s not too shabby further down the bill too. Before you catch Jay Z, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and M.I.A., look out for these five artists that we’re especially excited to watch this September 15 to 17. Continue Reading

Interview: Sofi Tukker on festivals, their friendship with Maggie Rogers and the appeal of Portuguese

Sofi Tukker is the stage name of Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern, a duo from Brooklyn best known for their single “Drinkee.” The track, from the 2016 album Soft Animals, was featured in an Apple commercial and highlights some of the Brazilian sounds that Sofi Tukker often feature in their music. Continue Reading

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