Sunset Music Fest Announces Early Bird Tickets for 2018

Get into the summer spirit early this year by celebrating with Sunset Music Festival!  2017 was Sunset Music Festival’s biggest year yet, seeing Disco Donnie Presents and Sunset Events link up to curate Tampa’s premiere music celebration that attracted over tens of thousands of fans. 2018 promises to see the renowned event producers kick things up a notch.


Hellfest Announces 2018 Artist Lineup

Hellfest returns to Clisson, France June 22-24, 2018. One of the biggest music festivals in the world, Hellfest 2017 drew more than 350,000 “Hellbangers” with a lineup featuring Deep Purple, Slayer, Linkin Park, The Damned, Prophets of Rage, Primus, Agnostic Front, and many others. 


Hangout Music Fest Announces 2018 Artist Lineup

The Killers, The Chainsmokers, and Kendrick Lamar will headline 2018’s Hangout Music Fest, May 18-20th in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Also on this year’s bill: Zedd, Portugla.The Man, Galantis, Halsey, Odesza, SZA, St. Vincent, and Anderson .Paak!

Spotify Playlist | Festival Weekend Staff Picks

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.

Riot Fest Updates Jawbreaker & Paramore Set Times

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.

5 Acts You Can’t Miss at Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival

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.