Due to the very unfortunate death of Taylor Hawkins, the drummer of the Foo Fighters, the band has decided to pull out of the festival. Their replacement will be Nine Inch Nails.
If you were planning to see Kanye West perform in just over a week at Coachella, I wouldn't count on that anymore. It is being reported by TMZ, The LA Times, and Variety that a source close to Ye is saying that he is reportedly pulling out of the festival. This source has said that... Continue Reading →
Bluegrass fans, this one's for you! Earl Scruggs Music Festival has announced its full lineup for its inaugural event. The festival is being held at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina from September 2nd through the 4th, 2022. The festival is commemorating the lasting legacy of Cleveland County-made bluegrass pioneer Earl Scruggs... Continue Reading →
Alrighty, folks! One of our faves, and one of the most popular festivals around, has just announced their lineup today and tickets are on sale now! Lollapalooza will be at Grant Park in Chicago from July 28th through the 31st. It looks like we are in store for a fantastic event this year! The main... Continue Reading →
The Brevard Music Center in North Carolina & Mountain Song Productions have proudly announced the First Annual North Carolina Guitar Celebration hosted by Bryan Sutton! The festival will be held at the Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium on June 4th, 2022. This first year's event will feature an ensemble of musical masterminds including American dobro legend Jerry Douglas,... Continue Reading →
The creators of Lightning in a Bottle have announced its Compass music, learning, and cultural program! Compass will offer opportunities for attendees to gain life-changing knowledge through a series of talks, workshops, and performances. The Compass festival will be during Memorial Day weekend, May 25th-30th at Buena Vista Lake, California. LIB's creators wanted to put... Continue Reading →
Last week, Grandoozy's official social media accounts posted an announcement that the one year old festival would be taking a "hiatus" in 2019. Grandoozy, produced by Superfly Productions (who also co-produce Bonnaroo and Outside Lands), made its debut in September 2018 at Overland Park Golf Course. The Festival was permitted for up to 80,000 attendees per... Continue Reading →
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 →