Shaky Knees, Atlanta, Georgia's annual rock fest, is closing its free ticket window. For the last few years, dedicated fans of the festival who have a tattoo of its logo have been guaranteed free admission for life. But, as we know, all good things come to an end, and Shaky Knees announced on Facebook last... Continue Reading →
News broke late last night that the much-awaited Woodstock anniversary celebration has postponed it's planned ticket launch. The Festival organizers are yet to make a statement, but guys, it’s not looking good. The Black Keys pulled out as a headliner last month and there have long been rumors that the festival organizers have difficulty obtaining... Continue Reading →
Have you ever looked at a festival lineup and thought, “meh, I could do better”? A new service imagines what would happen if you could do just that. Playing into festival mania, a new website connects to your Spotify to design a custom lineup poster based on your listening habits. “Festify” allows you to see... Continue Reading →
Well, folks, it's Coachella weekend one, so you know what that means: time to get crazy. On our respective couches. Because we don't have tickets to Coachella. It's Couch-ella, baby. One of my favorite festival season traditions. Grab your favorite blanket, your tastiest snacks, your very best indoor flower crown and settle in for a... Continue Reading →
Levitate Music and Arts Festival, a colorful little festival on the South Shore of Massachusetts, has announced their 2019 lineup. The release went a little differently than expected, as graphics appearing earlier in the week announced a 10am Thursday lineup drop, only for the release to be pushed to 1pm the day of. But hey,... Continue Reading →
Settle down children and let ole man stories (me, a 25-year-old girl) spin you a tale of one extremely broke girl (again, me) and her quest to win tickets to Boston Calling by any means necessary.* *Any means that did not require her to travel farther than like, a mile from her apartment or talk to anyone she did not want to talk to.
In advance of Boston Calling’s lineup drop tomorrow, we’re reflecting on the ghost of Boston Calling past. This year will be Boston Calling’s seventh year on the festival circuit, but its tenth iteration. In its infancy, the fest was a two-day affair held twice annually on the concrete patio at city hall. As it’s grown,... Continue Reading →
Want to check an international music festival off your bucket list? Let us recommend a visit to Montreal for the annual Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. I attended the Osheaga for the first time this year, snagging a day pass for Sunday so I could catch my queen Florence Welch as she closed out the... Continue Reading →