Grace Potter

Bonnaroo's Phinest!

As I make my annual pilgrimage to my 6th Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, I cannot help but see the nostalgia in the place that is so familiar for many reasons. It starts with the car ride, where I feel like I can drive forever because I cannot wait to pass those Bonnaroo toll booths that symbolize a sense of accomplishment and enlightenment that is about to take place. The way I see it, I now have 96 hours of church to fill my soul until next year.

ROTHBURY Announces Festival Schedule and Releases Map

The wait is over! ROTHBURY has unveiled 2009’s complete Festival Schedule and Map, presented this year by the Michigan State Lottery. Visit www.rothburyfestival.com to view both.

Gathering of the Vibes 2009 Lineup

In keeping with the event's continued effort to balance renowned national touring acts with local artists, Norwalk, CT-based singer, songwriter and musician PJ Pacifico has earned the final slot on the 2009 Gathering of the Vibes Main Stage. Pacifico will be the festival's opening bookend to one of his earliest musical influences Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN), who will close the festival on Sunday, July 26.

Mile High Music Festival Appoints Rob Thomas as Festival General Manager

After 12 years building a career as one of Denver's most innovative music-industry entrepreneurs, Rob Thomas finds himself at the center of two of Colorado's biggest industry stories: the Denver-area's inaugural Mile High Music Festival and recent national breakout band, Colorado's own DeVotchKa.

Langerado Part II

As I said, I had gone back to camp earlier to make sure things were as secured as possible and to attach the tent to the car just in case I needed to sleep in there that night. Good thing I had.  I awoke about 4 a.m. to raging winds and wicked rain.  I seemed securely attached…for now. The wind was blowing so hard that my tent was beginning to lean sideways.

Photos from Langerado 2008!

Amanda Bell, who covered Langerado on behalf of the Grateful Web, has started to send her pictures from the weekend.  We're in the proces

Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival 2006

"There's nothing better than a music festival in the heartland of the country," said Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band on the festival's last day.  Even though I can think of some things that are better, there is a lot of truth to this statement.  Despite its sputtering start with heightened police threats, and at times clueless security, the third