The Governors Ball is one of New York City’s largest music festivals, with over 150,000 attendees each year at the historic Randall’s Island. The 3-day festival begins June 1st, and boasts a multi-genre lineup featuring some of the biggest names in EDM, Pop, Rock, and Hip Hop.
This May 23-28, retreat to the picturesque Lake San Antonio in Bradley, California for Lightning in a Bottle. The festival is known for creating experiences that allow attendees to free their minds while exploring performances and workshops from world-renowned artists and visionaries. And this year will be no different.
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival known as Jazz Fest by locals, will take place April 27th through May 6th. First held in 1970, the festival will be celebrating its 49th year.
BROKE LA is a 2-day music and arts festival that will be held April 21-22 at the historic Regent Theater in downtown Los Angeles, California. Formerly known as Brokechella, BROKE LA began as a low budget DIY alternative to Coachella, and they pride themselves on creating a unique, but affordable experience for music lovers alike.
Deemed “Techno Christmas” by the Detroit Metro Times, Movement Detroit will return downtown to Hart Plaza this May 26, 27, and 28. For three days, thousands of people from around the world will gather in the birthplace of Techno to celebrate the Motor City’s musical influence and legacy across generations, from its Motown days through today.
The famed Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival returns to the Empire Polo Club Grounds in Indio, California on April 13-15 for weekend one and April 20-22 for weekend two.