Ever since Camp Bisco was founded in 1999 by Philadelphia jam band Disco Biscuits, it has brought together thousands of EDM and experimental rock fans. Its 17th year celebration, taking place from July 12-14, keeps the tradition going with an impressive lineup of rock, hip-hop, and electronic music.
When the Isle of Wight festival kicked off on August 31st, 1968 on Godshill, it featured Jefferson Airplane as the headliner, along with a handful of other bands including a young act by the name of Tyrannosaurus Rex (aka T.Rex).
Bonnaroo returns to Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee this June 7-10 with over 150 performances!
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.