The Great South Bay Music Festival – Long Island’s largest, and longest-running, Four Day, Music & Arts Festival, returns to the picturesque waterfront at Shorefront Park in Patchogue Village.
Thrive Festival Hawaii sends a huge Mahalo to the Big Island and everyone in Pahoa for making the first annual Thrive Fest a total success in every way. Almost 1000 people came and went. The music flowed, the yogis stretched our spines and souls, valuable wholistic and agricultural information was shared, life long friends were made, lovers danced, children played and most importantly a community grew. Is that all? Nope!
Luck Reunion, presented by Southwest®, will take place on March 19 in Luck, TX, less than thirty miles outside of Austin, and feature both artists who have defined American music and artists who are redefining it. Luck Reunion performers, or “Luck Family” as they’ve grown to be called, all take after the event’s gracious host, free-wheeling legend Willie Nelson, in that they bow to nothing but inspiration, refuse to play it safe, and are always open for collaboration. Below is a view of each branch of 2020’s “Luck Family” tree—a.k.a.
Announcing their second wave of artists performing at this year’s 20th anniversary event, Summer Camp Music Festival shows no signs of slowing down in building anticipation for Memorial Day Weekend. Founded in 2001 by Jay Goldberg Events and Entertainment, Summer Camp has stayed true to its community vibe roots while exploring almost every musical genre imaginable, all while bringing people together from all over the country for a weekend of fun, music and traditional camping.
The BeachLife Festival has added a new stage to its already packed programming for their second annual event happening this May 1-3, 2020. The Speakeasy Stage presented by Jack Daniels will welcome rock legends and Southern California punk staples alike to perform stripped-down versions from their catalogs for an intimate experience that can only be found at BeachLife.
Beyond the first-class music lineup, America’s Native Spirit will once again shine as a headliner all its own. New this year, the Forecastle Bourbon Experience is expanding to the masses, allowing all Forecastle patrons the opportunity to interact with the full array of offerings with no additional membership fee or minimum commitment. The Bourbon Experience will be held in a shaded area with relaxing lounge areas and seating, intimate workshops, interactive experiences and direct access to bourbon distillers and ambassadors. More information on the Forecastle Bourbon Experience will be shared in the coming months.
After an impressive 17-year run, Camp Euforia, one of Iowa’s longest running independent music festivals will host its final acts this summer. The last blast celebration will be held July 16-18, 2020 on the treasured land of Jerry’s Farm in Lone Tree, Iowa.
The band made the announcement on social media:
A whirlwind of emotions surrounds us as we announce the final year for Camp Euforia. Seventeen years ago, not one of us knew of the magic that would become of Jerry’s Farm.
Now in its third year, the Bellwether Music Festival expands to a 3-day event and will return to Renaissance Park in Waynesville, Ohio Thursday through Saturday, August 6-8, 2020. The festival today unveiled its artist lineup including Nathaniel Rateliff, The Devil Makes Three, The Growlers, Shovels & Rope, The Lone Bellow, Scarypoolparty, Langhorne Slim, Hayes Carll, Waxahatchee, John Moreland, Cloud Nothings, Nicole Atkins, Saintseneca, Matt Holubowski, Davy Knowles, The Steepwater Band, Hannah Wicklund, Early James, S.G.