Phew! We are finally getting back in the festival mix here at LTFL. After many months of pandemic problems and the birth of a little one, the Philadelphia Folk Festival was a great way to finally get back in the swing of things. So without further ado, let's get into the recap. The 60th Annual... Continue Reading →
Hangout Fest 2022 was my first music festival since 2019 because of well, you-know-what. I was beyond excited to get back. Now it was just a question of whether the weather would cooperate. It didn’t look good at first. Day 1 My friend Jack and I were photographing the festival for WEAR-TV, the local ABC... Continue Reading →
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 →
The Tortuga Music Festival is almost upon us! The festival starts on April 8th, and tickets are already sold out! We have an update on the daily schedule, that will be added below. Fun & sun, here we come!
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 →
Living the Fest Life had a chance to sit down for an interview with almost monday's Dawson Daugherty shortly after their set to discuss everything from success to new music and even some baseball.
As if we needed another reason to love this 3-day festival that has been taking over Redondo Beach since 2019. Fairly new to the scene, BeachLife hit the ground running. Despite taking the mandatory COVID pause in 2020, BeachLife's momentum hasn't slowed - and neither has its' commitment to giving back. The festival raises money... Continue Reading →
Our favorite jam band, Kendall Street Company, just started a co-headlining tour with The Dirty Grass Players, a bluegrass quartet out of Baltimore. The two groups will perform an intimate set of shows between December 4th- 12th, each performing a set before concluding the shows with a collaborative superjam as The Dirty Street Grass Company.... Continue Reading →