Posted by jewcebox on February 17, 2015
Usually with lineups like this you’re paying an outrageous amount of money for a festival pass and are surrounded by sweaty fans who are all two feet taller than you blocking your view of the stage. The man, the myth, and the legend Kap Slap is coming through huge for LA and offering one of the best lineups for an individual show we’ve seen at just $20. The show is this Saturday on 2/21 and lineups like this do not happen often. Grab your ticket below.
Posted by GMONEY on February 13, 2015
The festival of TomorrowWorld gives fans a chance to travel back and jump into their favorite childhood book. At the DreamVille campgrounds, fans set up their home for the weekend in a fairytale like atmosphere that is unparalleled by other camping festivals. The creators of TomorrowWorld have released a recap video, ‘Welcome To DreamVille,’ where aspiring festival-goers can see what veterans experience when becoming a citizen of this magical town. Fans can start out their day by detoxing at a Yoga/Workout Class then travel to the diverse Marketplace to grab some grub before hours on end of raving. For living quarters, fans can either choose between setting up their own tent or living in one of the pre-made arrangements, Easy Tent or the Dream Lodges. Check out the recap above and be sure to grab your TomorrowWorld tickets as well as secure your spot in DreamVille here.
Posted by JT on December 4, 2014
Calgary, Alberta is only a few weeks away from what will be guaranteed one of the heaviest nights to hit the city as it transitions into 2015. ‘PURE: A NIGHT IN WHITE’ is supplying Calgary’s trance warriors with what will be one for the books as the legendary Armin Van Buuren and his favorite partner-in-crime, Andrew Rayel, make Calgary one of their last stops of the year.
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Posted by BIGLIFE on December 3, 2014
If you couldn’t find an excuse to cruise to Aspen, CO for the weekend now you do. Escobar in Aspen hooked it up yet again with 2 free tickets to Animal Collective this Friday night. You don’t want to miss jamming out with Animal Collective at such a small and intimate venue (150 people). Enter to win the tickets below. Tickets & Tables are for sale HERE.
Posted by Middy on October 16, 2014
The Glitch Mob’s sophomore artist album “Love Death Immortality” showed the poise and grit we heard in their previous efforts. Now the show is going on the road. They have already toured much of North America during the spring and hit much of Europe over the summer, but now they cap things off with a final few shows this fall, including some big venues like NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom and DC’s Echostage.
They will be joined on tour by The M Machine who are always a good time and have their unique sound to play for you, with Chrome Sparks kicking things off in his own weird, downtempo way. The Glitch Mob are masters of their own live show, so don’t miss out. Check out the dates below and grab tickets here.
Posted by Middy on October 10, 2014
You have probably seen the headlines for this, but here is your reminder. Tickets are on sale in less than an hour for possibly the grooviest and deepest NYE celebration the world will see. Disclosure will be headlining the event under the umbrella of their “Wild Life” party, but they will be bringing in tow, since it is New York City, a whole bunch of additional headliners in Claude von Stroke, Ten Walls and Dusky, with hot and comers Isaac Tichauer and Kyle Hall also joining the bill. Besides a festival bill, you will be hard pressed to find something as good as this for a one night only event on one stage. Grab your tickets below and make sure you are at Pier 94 on NYE for this funky fun.
Posted by mimada on September 25, 2014
Next Friday marks the beginning of one of the best, still most underrated music festivals in the business: Austin City Limits. Held outdoors in the state capital’s glorious Zilker Park, ACL marks the end of festival season, offering a lineup that pulls artists both big and small from every corner of the planet. On that note, ACL also does a great job at showcasing the underdogs who traditionally end up scoring top slots in big-name festivals the following year. Now a contender in the two-week festival category, you can expect to hear more great music than you’ll know what to do with over the course of the festival, not to mention you’ll be overwhelmed with tough decisions of overlapping artists. Well, lucky for you we picked out a few of the artists you reaaally shouldn’t miss if you end up making the pilgrimage down south. And for those stuck at home watching the live stream, you can use this to your advantage, too. See which artists made the first cut after the break.