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.
Throughout the past seven years, Miami Music Week has established itself as a “must” stop on the international music festival circuit. The annual bacchanal unfolding over the last week of March in the heart of South Beach is the perfect excuse to, as LMFAO succinctly put it, “Drink all day, play all night!”
EDC, among the first festivals to see the larger-than-life potential in a Las Vegas setting for rave culture, returns to “The Strip” this year, May 18th-20th, with one of the biggest lineups, featuring “more than 25 rare b2b performances, including Flux Pavilion b2b Doctor P, Solardo b2b CamelPhat, and 12th Planet b2b Kill the Noise.”
Kendrick Lamar, The Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Eminem, Odesza, Lil Wayne, Chromeo, alt-J, Sza, and Cold War Kids are just a handful of the artists setting up camp at this year’s Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE, June 14-17.
Auckland City Limits is pushing boundaries on March 3rd with a killer lineup featuring headliners Beck, Justice, Grace Jones, Phoenix, Future, Young Thug, The Libertines, Thundercat, and The Avalanches!