This is an AMAZING lineup, by the way!
This week’s #MusicMonday post is dedicated to the ‘Big Three’ festivals: Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Governor’s Ball (sorry Lolla, you’ve been booted). We took SPIN Magazine’s Venn Diagram from earlier this month and created a playlist showcasing the nine acts who will be taking their act to all three festival giants this summer. See the Spotify playlist below and tell us who you’re excited to see on The Polo Fields, The Farm and The Island!
There are two types of festival style. First, there is head-to-toe, planned-for-weeks, not-an-accessory-out-of-place festival style (see fashion blogs capturing Coachella attendees). Then, there is fun, funky, and sometimes awkward festival style…which is, of course, our favorite! Enter Rage On! Apparel. A one stop shop for all-over printed jumpsuits, Star Wars and Pokemon themed tees and galaxy cat stuff!
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This week’s #MusicMonday artist is Ryn Weaver. This Cali-Pop artist released her debut EP ‘Promises’ last summer and is now featured on MTV with her single ‘OctaHate’ and scheduled to perform at some of the summer’s biggest music festivals.
Find more Ryn Weaver on Spotify. See playlist below:
Celebrating 50 years, The Grateful Dead will play a three night stint at Chicago’s Soldier Field, July 3rd-5th, with Phish’s Trey Anastasio stepping in for the late, great Jerry Garcia.
Tickets will be offered through Grateful Dead Ticketing mail order (Jan. 20), internet pre-sale (Feb. 12), as well as a public on sale via Ticketmaster (Feb. 14). Soldier Field is home to Grateful Dead’s last concert in the summer of 1995. The official website clearly states that these shows will be the last that the original members of The Dead will ever play together so tickets are expected to sell out in record time. More info can be found at www.DEAD50.net.
With all of the recent festival lineups being dropped in the last two weeks many people are wondering where Firefly Music Festival is with their announcement. Well it seems there will be lineup news in a couple of weeks but a more in-depth explanation has been offered by Firefly Director, Greg Bostrom on the all-new Firefly Music Festival blog.
In a post titled ‘DON’T YOU WORRY, WE LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU KNOW’, Bostrom explains: “In addition to finding the right artists for the festival, we also need to balance 120 tour schedules to find a Firefly schedule that works for every act, and we need to find a place on the lineup bill that satisfies every artist. Believe it or not, the difference between a confirmation and a pass can often come down to lineup position and stage slot”. With all of that said, it seems the festival is on track to announce a full lineup by early February and fans can get geared up for a weekend at the Woodlands by checking out ticket options (available soon) HERE.
Click HERE for the full blog post by Bostrom. Stay tuned for our coverage of the Firefly Music Festival lineup and info.