The largest independent electronic music festival producer in the world, ULTRA Worldwide, has already established events in 18 countries, and this weekend they’ll make it 19 as they introduce themselves to Brazil. Following a successful summer games, 2016 has already been a busy year for the country, and Rio is ready to host yet another experience that will draw thousands from around the world.
It’s official, the festival season in America is coming to an end and San Francisco’s Treasure Island, held October 15-16, is the perfect place to get in one last weekend of live music under the sun. Over the past decade, this small but incredible festival has drawn thousands of attendees seeking a laid back, intimate and carefully crafted experience.
Held in the Dutch capital October 19-23, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is one of the largest international EDM festivals of the year. Featuring thousands of performances, industry lectures and panels, immersive activations, popup shops, and art installations packed into five insane days, ADE promises to cover all things related to electronic music culture.
There’s a lot going down in Coachella Valley this weekend. The second wave of baby boomers will converge on the valley for the final week of Desert Trip a.k.a Oldchella, and not far from Indio, Burning Man followers will take over Joshua Tree for Desert Daze, a three-day all out metaphysical experience taking place October 14-16. The psychedelic lineup screams Joshua Tree, and we’re ready to hit the desert.
A3C Festival & Conference returned to Atlanta this week for its 12th consecutive year. On Friday, the conference portion will wrap up and three days of performances from hip hop’s newcomers and veterans will commence. Taking place October 7-9 at Old 4th Ward, with two stages, food trucks, live art and more, this festival has something for every type of hip hop fan.
Every spring, Southern California attracts millions of millennials ready to party at one the most acclaimed musical festivals in the country, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. But a different group of music lovers ready to reminisce about their youth is making their way to the valley over the next two weekends.