Deemed “America’s most unique festival,” by The Fader, FORM festival features 3 days of live music, experiential art, and interactive panels and workshops in the experimental community of Arcosanti Arizona.
Once a “roaming party” at various venues in Los Angeles, FYF has grown to be known as one of the world’s leading music and art festivals. The festival will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary at Exposition Park in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles on July 21-22.
Moogfest just announced Phase 2 of its 2018 lineup! Headlining the groundbreaking festival in Durham, North Carolina May 17-20 are Kelela, KRS-One, Mouse on Mars, Jon Hopkins, and Chelsea Manning. The lineup announcement follows the record-setting 50-hour Always On livestream in December 2017, and the experiential mini-fest, Moog House of Electronicus in January of this year.
Houston’s In Bloom Music Festival started out as the Free Press Summer Fest, but rebranded this year and moved its shindig from summer to this weekend, March 24-25.
Big Ears Festival bills itself as “a dynamic, interactive experience that explores connections between musicians and artists, crossing all musical genres while interfacing with film, performance and the visual arts.” In other words, it is one of the more experimental festivals on the circuit and its lineup is appropriately eclectic.
Lollapalooza is jumping off in Chile and Argentina, March 16-18 before hitting Chicago, August 2-5. It’s also popping in São Paulo (March 23-25, 2018), Paris (July 21-22, 2018), and Berlin (September 8-9, 2018), making it one of the most expansive music festivals in the world.