Festivals

Swanzey, NH is truly a gorgeous place to host a vibrant music and arts festival that is chock full of tasty jams and talented artists.

Live Nation, along with the Allman Brothers Band, today revealed the daily set times for the stellar lineup Peach Music Festival 2023, the four-day live music and camping experience coming to Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA, from Thursday, June 29 through Sunday, July 2, 2023.

Outside Lands is excited to announce the 2023 Night Shows lineup for this year’s festival.

Imagine Music Festival, the Southeast’s most immersive electronic festival, has announced the phase two lineup for its 2023 edition returning to Kingston Downs, GA from September 14-17. These additions  create the artist lineup for one of festival season’s most anticipated experiences, where interactive adventure meets world class electronic music headliners, unique art installations, wellness programming, and a vibrant fan community at one of  the World’s most scenic camping venues.

BeachLife Festival was once again proud to work with Kings Care Foundation and a number of amazing nonprofit partners focused on the South Bay community and the protection of our beaches and oceans. Together, they were able to raise over $150,000 in support of these organizations and the causes they care most about.

Today, Northern Nights Music Festival has announced the phase two music lineup and revealed more cannabis details for its 10th anniversary, taking place in Northern California’s iconic Redwood Forest this July 14-16. With an eclectic music lineup, top-tier cannabis and wellness programming, and serene natural landscapes, Northern Nights remains one of North America’s most unique boutique festival experiences.

Philadelphia public radio station WXPN announced today that these five artists have been added to the lineup of its 2023 XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru: Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band, Wednesday, Wilder Woods, Bobby Rush and Christine Havrilla & Gypsy Fuzz. They join the 19 previously announced artists performing September 22-24 at Wiggins Park on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront, directly across the Delaware River from Philadelphia.

Day four of Cali Roots wrapped up the weekend in a style befitting its own legacy. In a statement on the theme of the Reggae festival, it was the only day of the weekend not to feature a pure Hip Hop artist on any of its stages. The focus on the roots of the festival made for a lowkey pace at the tail end of a weekend that had been so fulfilling and so energy-consuming.

Day three of Cali Roots featured the support of artists at many stages of their careers, but almost all of whom had a strong root in the festival, dubbed that day by Alborosie as “Montereggae.” As many of the artists performing were those who were just this year given their first opportunity to take the stage, it also highlighted a theme of the weekend as many acts who had started playing smaller stages earlier in their careers were given the opportunity to truly shine in the limelight.

Day two of Cali Roots seemed to shine brighter than the last, at least metaphorically. The fog rolled in early in the afternoon, feeling less gloomy than one would expect, rather more metaphorical for the day to come.