Mumford & Sons
The third annual OHANA festival, which concluded Sunday night (9/30) and which saw more than 40,000 attendees at the beautiful Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA, was described by the Orange County Register as being "filled with surprises." In fact, "...the three-day event curated by Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder" (Orange County Register, 9-27-18) was led by powerful headlining sets from Eric Church (special acoustic set), Eddie Vedder and Mumford & Sons; a mix of standout collaborations throughout the weekend; while also celebrating emerging talent with performances from Plague Ven
Another year of Outside Lands flew by this weekend, and like it does every year, went out with its crown held high. Despite temperatures in the 50s and the festival’s pricey location in the heart of $an Francisco, droves of music lovers flocked to Golden Gate Park for the 8th year in a row to dance the cold gray away. With a top notch lineup for music, food, beer, and wine, it’s hard to imagine a single fan went home unsatisfied.
It’s that time of year again when winter seems too long, spring can’t get here soon enough, and cabin fever has us counting down the days in anticipation of the one and only, Bonnaroo. Ninety-six hours of pure merriment and wonder under the summer sun in the middle of Tennessee surrounded by thousands of new and familiar friends enjoying the tunes, art, culture, and atmosphere. Sounds good right? Even though the wind is howling and the snow (in March?!) is blowing, I anxiously await yet another fun-filled weeken
Today Bonnaroo announced the bulk of their 2013 lineup. Headliners include Paul McCartney, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Wilco, Mumford & Sons, Pretty Lights, The Lumineers and many more.
The Felice Brothers will support Mumford & Sons on two shows this February, on the 5th at TD Garden in Boston, MA and on the 6th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Just as the day prior, the Tennessee sun decided to give me a rude awakening by cooking me alive in my tent. Sleep is not something that happens very often at a major music festival. Either you are up too late or the morning comes too soon. Thank goodness for pure adrenaline and Kashi granola bars… it’s the little things that keep you grooving! When making our way to Centeroo for the start of day 3, we stumbled across this fellow attempting to channel his inner George Harrison<