As music fans know, festival season is officially underway. Over the past couple years we have become familiar with events such as Coachella and EDC but for those late to the party, Lightning in a Bottle presented by The DoLab will take over Bradley, California at the end of this month.
Ever since touching down in Croatia in 2013, Ultra Europe has set a new precedent for the international electronic music scene. Miami’s flagship festival brand crossed the pond in the hopes of global expansion, and in bringing a delectable array of cutting-edge artists and production to the Dalmatian Coast, Split has never quite been the same.
With Creamfield’s meteoric expansion from three to four days for the first time in 18 years, the festival behemoth revealed an equally prodigious initial lineup in February. Boasting countless heavy-hitters like Avicii, Above & Beyond, Martin Garrix and Tiesto, as well as underground savants including Adam Beyer, Hot Since 82 and Jamie Jones, Creamfields is poised to be the one of (if not the) largest celebrations of 2016.
Yesterday was day one of Coachella, and Uphoric has got you covered from the utter epicness that this festival is. Coachella boasts everything from gorgeous views (scenery, art and people) to a lineup that brings the best of dance music, modern pop and classics to their 5+ stages.
This year’s Coachella boasts one of the most impressive festival lineups to date. From the reunion of Guns N’ Roses to uber-platimum Calvin Harris. From the comeback of New York greats LCD Soundsystem to your favorite, new indie band, there’s something for everyone at this year’s festival.
We packed our snowboards and cameras up to head north to shred and party in Minus Zero (celsius) mountainside fun. Closing out the winter ski season, Minus Zero Winter Sport & Music Festival in Stratton Mountain, Vermont gave fans a great reason to head back to the slopes before the summer months set in.