Budweiser’s Made In America Festival, Seattle’s Bumbershoot, and Electric Picnic in Ireland are all going down this weekend, so we decided to create the ultimate festival pregame playlist. If you’re crossing your fingers for an unforgettable experience or simply kicking it on the couch, you will find all the right festival vibes here.
Jawbreaker or Paramore? Paramore or Jawbreaker? This was the dilemma for thousands of Riot Fest ticket holders until yesterday when event organizers announced the performances would have much less overlap than originally scheduled. Phew! Now fans can witness Jawbreaker reunite for the first time in 21 years following a live performance from chart-topping, festival fav Paramore.
Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival, taking place September 1-3, has been a fixture in the city since 1971 with a who’s who of legends gracing its stages over the past four decades. In keeping with tradition, this year’s diverse lineup is packed with some of music’s biggest names including The Roots, Weezer, Odesza and more. Keep reading for 5 acts you can’t miss this weekend.
The fifth annual III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival is set to invade Miami’s Mana Wynwood October 13-15, and with this week’s release of the daily lineup it’s shaping up to be an amazing event. UK masters of mystery Gorillaz will headline the main stage Friday night, followed by Nicolas Jaar on Saturday, with The XX closing out the weekend.
A music festival is a magical place. Seriously, there’s nothing quite like it. But your first time can be intimidating, so we’re here to help make the experience go a bit smoother. Keep reading for five things we wish someone would have told us before attending our first music festival.
Iconic rock band Foo Fighters have announced Cal Jam, a new self-curated music festival taking place October 7 in San Bernardino, California. Featuring Queens of the Stone Age, Liam Gallagher, The Kills, Cage The Elephant and others paying homage to the original California Jam, a 1970’s festival that hosted legendary acts like Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, and Deep Purple; the 2017 version is set to restart the tradition.
We are giving away two (2) free tickets to Riot Fest taking place September 15-17 in Chicago, Illinois with performances by Nine Inch Nails, Queens Of The Stone Age, Jawbreaker and many more. Just follow us on Instagram and Twitter below and post using the hashtag #riotfestuphorictv on each platform for your chance to win!
Atlanta’s Imagine Music Festival will take place September 22-24 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. The two-day event will transport fans to an immersive aquatic fairytale featuring the top names in electronic music alongside captivating cirque-style performances. This year’s headliners include Above & Beyond, Deadmau5, Tiesto, Big Gigantic, Pretty Lights Live, STS9 and more.
Goldrush Music Festival is a brand new experience created by the Relentless Beats crew taking place November 18-19 at Rawhide Western Town in Chandler, Arizona. Themed around a Wild West concept with performances by Migos, Dillon Francis, Marshmello, Lil Uzi Vert and many more, the inaugural Goldrush will take fans on a musical journey that’s guaranteed to pay off.
Last year, the annual Life Is Beautiful music festival drew more than 137,000 fans to the center of Las Vegas, and with a 2017 lineup that’s beyond stacked, LIB has definitely upped the ante. Taking place September 22-25 with performances by Gorillaz, Muse, Chance The Rapper, Blink 182 and so many more, this Sin City staple is playing their best hand and it’s a hard one to beat.
Governors Ball Music Festival has become a top summer destination due to the eclectic lineup and beautiful views of the New York skyline, but the opportunity to catch one more epic set doesn’t stop when the lights come up on the Gov Ball main stage. Each night, fans can venture out into the city that never sleeps to catch intimate performances at venues throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan.
The brains behind Bonnaroo and Outside Lands have announced a brand new, three-day affair taking place October 20-22 in Phoenix, Arizona. The inaugural Lost Lake Festival will feature more than 40 top-notch artists, the best in local food, interactive games, art installations, and more.
A few weeks ago, Riot Fest announced the cancellation of their 2017 Denver edition, leaving Mile High music fans pretty bummed out. Now they’re back to brighten the mood with a first wave artist lineup for the Chicago installment featuring Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Jawbreaker and more.
Join thousands of festival fanatics August 11-13 in Somerset, Wisconsin for an unforgettable weekend of EDM and hip-hop at Summer Set Music & Camping Festival. The sixth annual event is returning to Somerset Amphitheater with Griz, Run The Jewels, Zeds Dead, Zedd, Post Malone, Die Antwoord, Keys N’ Krates, RL Grime and many more, so get ready for this year’s installment to be an all-out banger.
The 13th annual SweetWater 420 Fest will roll into Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on April 21-23 with an extensive and diverse lineup that’s guaranteed to free your mind. This chilled out, environmentally conscious festival is an Earth Day celebration like no other and you can watch the live broadcast for FREE via UphoricTV!
It’s not usually our style to share bad news, but unfortunately this time, we don’t have a choice. Over the weekend, the organizers behind Mysteryland USA announced the cancellation of their 2017 edition due to unforeseen circumstances and have already begun issuing refunds. We’re as bummed as you are, but hopefully, they’ll be back with a bang next year.
Every April, SweetWater 420 Fest brings thousands of eager fans to Centennial Olympic Park in the heart of Atlanta for an Earth Day celebration like no other. Featuring performances by Widespread Panic, Trey Anastasio Band, Ween and many more, this mellow, environmentally conscious event is guaranteed to free your mind.
It’s no surprise that England’s iconic Glastonbury Festival is completely sold out with Radiohead, Foo Fighters, and Ed Sheeran taking top billing. But that doesn’t mean all hope is lost. Every year, the festival re-releases any tickets that weren’t paid in full during the initial pre-sale window, giving those who missed out another chance to get lucky.
By now you know Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival takes place April 14-16 and 21-23 with Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar and Lady Gaga holding down the top spots. But what about the supporting acts you have yet to discover? With an undercard featuring the hottest new names on the scene, there’s definitely enough to keep you busy all weekend. Keep reading for five ear-seducing acts you can’t miss at Coachella.
San Francisco’s Outside Lands will celebrate its 10th anniversary August 11-13 in Golden Gate Park with a stacked lineup that can’t be ignored. This year’s three-day festival features performances by Metallica, The Who, Gorillaz, Lorde, A Tribe Called Quest, and the first 2017 U.S. stop for Queens of the Stone Age. Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 6th and are guaranteed to sell out quickly.
Austin’s Euphoria Music & Camping Festival and Arizona’s Phoenix Lights are both going down this weekend, so we decided to create the ultimate festival pregame playlist. If you’re crossing your fingers for an out of this world experience or simply kicking it on the couch, you will find all the right festival vibes here.
We’re finally over the post-festival depression and ready to reflect on one of the world’s biggest and baddest EDM music festivals, Ultra Music Festival. The 19th edition of Ultra completely transformed the famed Bayfront Park into an electronic music fans dream and summoned thousands of festival fanatics, industry personnel, and music lovers ready for three days of nonstop music.
This month, we’re making our way to Indio, California for the annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival taking place April 14-16 and 21-23. The iconic event is loaded with art installations, gourmet food, and incredible scenery, but this year’s edition sold out in just three hours thanks to a top-notch lineup featuring Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga and so many more.
If you consider yourself a seasoned music festival camper, you know just how frustrating it can be when you’re winging it. Remember the year you forgot to bring sunscreen? Ouch! But with the right preparations, cohabitating with thousands in a remote location for the love of music will quickly become a magical experience you’ll never forget.
The official Lollapalooza lineup has been announced, and it’s even better than we expected. The 2017 installment will welcome some of the biggest names in music with performances from Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper, The Killers, Arcade Fire, Muse, Blink-182, Justice, Wiz Khalifa and countless others.