Annapolis Baygrass Music Festival is a two-day beachfront music festival at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, MD that highlights the best in regional and national bluegrass, jamgrass, and Americana music.

Don’t miss Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, The Little Roy & Lizzy Show, Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass, Chosen Road, Kenny & Amanda Smith, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley, Larry Efaw & The Bluegrass Mountaineers, Ralph Stanley II & The Clinch Mountain Boys, The Price Sisters, The Wayfarers and so much more!

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The Hold Steady continue to commemorate their 20th anniversary by presenting the first-ever Positive Jam, an all-star festival event set for Saturday, August 5 at Arrowood Farms in bucolic Accord, NY. Unified Scene Fan Club Pre-Sales begin today, Wednesday, May 31, at Noon (ET). (Pre-Sale Password: PROGRESS). General On-Sales get underway Friday, June 2 at 10:00 am (ET).

In covering Monterey’s Cali Roots for so many years, Grateful Web has had the opportunity to meet many artists whose names have shined brightly on the lineup, but in this time, the SoCal powerhouse Dirty Heads have found a way to weave themselves into the very fabric of the modern reggae movement itself.

Imagine Music Festival, the Southeast’s most immersive electronic festival, has announced its phase 1.5 lineup featuring the next generation of regional talent from across the South East. These additions add to an already stacked lineup for the famed festival’s 2023 return to Kingston Downs, GA from September 14-17.

NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) is partnering with Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival for the sixth consecutive year to bring sustainability to the forefront of arts and entertainment. In partnership with Propeller—a digital marketing platform at the intersection of culture and social impact —NRDC's presence at this festival offers the opportunity to educate audiences on the urgency of environmental issues and provide accessible solutions.

As the weekend went on the temperatures got hotter, and so did the talent at Boston Calling 2023. Two fantastic days of music, featuring performers such as the Foo Fighters, the Lumineers, Alanis Morrisette, and The National, have already gone by, and now tens of thousands of people return to the Harvard University Athletic Complex to see what Sunday has in store for them.

Day two of Boston Calling offered a refreshing roster of eclectic, diverse, and "can't-miss" musical acts. The day featured talented local musicians, including NeeMz, a Palestinian-American multidisciplinary artist based in Boston, who kicked off the day on the Red Stage. The Q-Tip Bandits followed shortly on the Blue Stage, where their rollicking set had the audience dancing and singing along. From there, it was off to the races with crowd-rousing tunes from Utah-based The Aces, and beautiful, tight sets from Joy Oladokun and Mt.

After two pandemic years off, Boston Calling returned to the Harvard Athletic Complex in 2022. Building off of last year’s success, the festival continues to grow even bigger in 2023. On a mild sunny afternoon, tens of thousands of people descended upon Boston on Friday, for the first day of the event.

Pickathon has announced both the full Comedy Lineup and the Vinyl DJ Lineup, plus three new artists for the Music Lineup including rising acts Brittany Davis, Small Paul, and Cat Clyde. Seattle artist Brittany Davis broke out just recently with a powerful NPR "Tiny Desk at Home." They're wide-ranging musical perspective has been a revelation in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Another Seattle artist, Small Paul features members of The Moondoggies and Chris King & The Gutterballs.