Just last week, New York state lost one of their longer running music festivals when Camp Bisco announced they were going on hiatus for…
One of our favorite big-time summer festivals, Osheaga, has launched their full 2014 lineup and immediately has the MFJ crew pricing tickets to Montreal.
The Mountain Oasis Festival, scheduled for this October, will not happen this year. Promoters announced that the Asheville based fest has been cancelled because “the success necessary to sustain the venture has eluded us.”
There’s nothing tiny about Luxembourg’s Rock-A-Field Festival (June 27-29, 2014) and their 2014 lineup. Thirty Seconds to Mars, Kings of Leon, The Hives, Interpol, Foals, Alice in Chains, Interpol and Ellie Goulding have been confirmed with others today along with some new poster art.
The Lightning in a Bottle Festival will touch down for the ninth time this Memorial Day Weekend with Moby, Little Dragon, Phantogram and Gramatik.
The Forecastle Festival out of Louisville is dropping anchor this July 18-20, 2014, with headliners Outkast, Jack White, and Beck.
Scotland’s T in the Park (July 11-13) expanded their 2014 lineup in a big way this week adding headliners like Biffy Clyro, Calvin Harris, Pixies, Disclosure, and Pharrell Williams to the top of the bill.
The Hangout Fest continues to fill in their lineup with a few more mid-level additions including St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Matt & Kim, Gary Clark Jr, and Dawes.
One of the largest festivals in Canada, North by Northeast, added another juicy chunk of names to this year’s lineup.
The iTunes Festival is bringing a smaller version of the concert series to the United States this spring.
The heavy rock traveling festival has announced 24 dates for this year’s tour. It kicks off in southern California on July 5, 2014, and winds its way across the country finishing at The Woodlands in Texas on August 10, 2014.
All Tomorrow’s Parties, Primavera Sound, and Pitchfork will present the Jabberwocky Festival this August 15-16 at the Excel Centre in London.