Atlanta's Music Midtown has revealed the lineup for its 2013 festival, which takes place September 20th - 21st in Piedmont Park. The lineup includes Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Arctic Monkeys, Weezer, Jane's Addiction, Journey (!), Tegan & Sara, Cake, 2 Chainz, Imagine Dragons, Black Lips, Reignwolf, Capital Cities, North Mississippi Allstars, and Mona, among others. Tickets go on sale Saturday, June 22nd at 10:00am local time. Visit the festival's website for more details.
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One of the Bay Area's crown jewels will be feted on Saturday, June 22 with a special show just in time for the Summer Solstice. Mount Tam Jam: A Benefit for the Mountain will be held at the historic Sidney B. Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre (aka the Mountain Theatre), the gorgeous, century-old, stonehenge-looking 4000-seat stone amphitheater on top of Mount Tamalpais in Marin County. The show is both a celebration of and a benefit for Mount Tamalpais State Park, which celebrates its 85th anniversary in 2013, set forth as "a creative response [...]
When I was turning 13, my parents asked me if I wanted to have a Bat Mitzvah or a blowout party (with a rented wooden dance floor in my backyard). The choice to me was obvious. Now, and then. I was able to rock out to Jagged Little Pill to my heart's desire, flirt with uninvited boys who crashed the event, and avoid ever having to step foot in a temple or an after-school class. I attended plenty of other people's Bar and Bat Mitzvahs but I have never felt like I missed out. Growing up [...]
**CHVRCHES Part of the quintessential festival experience is enjoying the time you get with the random people you meet and, often but not always, the people camping next to you. Don't get me wrong, it sometimes happen that you're so terrified of your new camp-mates that you avoid your own tent, but on this weekend, the planets aligned: really though, there was a planetary conjunction visible over the weekend where Venus, Jupiter, and Mercury could be seen near the horizon in the western hemisphere, but the nerd in me digresses. Our tent-neighbours were one of the opening acts [...]
On the final day, the rains came. The Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre squished to a soggy finish on Monday, with the skies spitting drizzle and the occasional downpour until early evening. There were complications — Gold Fields and Azelia Banks both didn't make it to the festival, causing set times to be off. On the Bigfoot Stage, POS slipped and fell hard (after which, he just went into the crowd). Death Grips just crawled around in the puddles on stage. Cake brought out the disco ball and even dusted off the classic "Rock and Roll [...]
If there was one constant during the Monday at Sasquatch! it might as well have been "failure." The rainy final day, riddled with many sound problems, cancellations, and absences, brought that word to mind in some context with nearly every set. Yet, in spite of this, band after band delivered their all and by the time things came to close these failures felt transcended. Despite the problems, I think this might be the day of Sasquatch '13 that I'll remember the most. Read More...
What else can be said about Sasquatch! these days? What started out as a three-day music festival promoting some of alternative music's bubbling acts, has become one of the best destination festivals in the country. Every Memorial Day weekend now, the Gorge Amphitheater gets packed with the Pacific Northwest's wildest citizens, Canada's most dedicated fans, and weary travelers scattered from other parts of the world. It remains a festival where the experience matters much more than the actual music. Back in February, the online community groaned about this year's headliners, but this is a festival that [...]
The Gorge is a loud and dirty amphitheater and campsite filled with great music bumpin from every corner packed with everyone from hipsters and hippies, nerds, high schoolers, old people and even a baby or two. Needless to say it is quite a unique place when Sasquatch comes through Memorial Day Weekend every year since 2002. The worst part about music festivals is the dreadful music overlap where two or three artists that you want to see play at the same time and you can't see all of them. You [...]
The Gorge is a loud and dirty amphitheater and campsite filled with great music bumpin from every corner packed with everyone from hipsters and hippies, nerds, high schoolers, old people and even a baby or two. Needless to say it is quite a unique place when Sasquatch comes through every Memorial Day Weekend every year since 2002. The worst part about music festivals is the dreadful music overlap where two or three artists that you want to see play at the same time and you can't see all of them. [...]
Damn you Bigfoot stage! Damn you. Yet again your lineup annoys me at how good it is. With such a great expanse to explore, not stretching one's legs seems lazy. But Honda's forcing you to debate set options again. The fantastic thing about a festival as diverse as Sasquatch! is that if you can drag yourself away from your favourite (Bigfoot) stage for a while, and you wander around the grounds, you can not only get your hair cleaned - but also maybe discover some new music from a great band, live. If [...]
When rumors about the first ever BottleRock Napa festival began to circulate, they were impressive: early flyers listed Dave Matthews Band and Pearl Jam as headliners (neither was ever confirmed). Still, the festival had the attention of the Napa Valley and surrounding music lovers long ago. Once the final lineup had been released and tickets [...] The post BottleRock 2013 Review: Napa's Inaugural Music, Wine, and Food Festival appeared first on Spinning Platters .
I find that a lot of Vegetarian/Vegan restaurants fall into two categories. One is the restaurants that serve mainly vegetable dishes. These may include rich soups, vegetable sandwiches, whole grain breads, pastas and fresh salads. The other is one that models itself after meat restaurants but replaces all the meat with vegetarian/vegan alternatives. Sometimes I dig the first style. Sometimes the second. I really have no qualms about either. My friend D is all about the second style. He loves the fake meats, the tofus, tempehs, seitans of the world. He dislikes vegetables immensely (strange for a vegetarian but true). [...]
Artist: Sam Vicari Title: Heart Explosion File Name: SoundCloud Genre: Indie Pop
One of the best things about having a blog is being able to throw something out into the ethosphere and encourage people to talk about it. The conversations I have here, with you, are some of my favorites. We both sit behind computer screens, but we're still talking. Sometimes we talk about super touchy feely stuff, like not being able to breastfeed your baby , and sometimes we talk about fun stuff, like what we did on our trip to Sicily , or how to create a beautiful table setting . Sometimes we talk about ice [...]
One of the greatest music festivals in the world recently returned as a championship contender when they released their lineup for 2013. Lately, the festival seemed to rely mainly on its prestige alone. After all, it is a festival that spans over 11 days and has more than 800 acts performing on 11 different stages. The festival is a vision of the great late mayor of Milwaukee, Henry Maier, who wanted a massively relative festival that would compare to the joyous Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. He started the tradition that became Summerfest in 1968. The lineup [...]
Summerfest has revealed the lineup for its 2013 installment. Self-described as "The World's Largest Music Festival," the Milwaukee-based event spans 11 days (June 26-30 & July 2-7), and features over 700 bands performing across 11 stages on the Summerfest grounds. The lineup includes Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MGMT, Empire of the Sun, Diplo, Yeasayer, Pretty Lights, Dispatch, Imagine Dragons, Dropkick Murphys, Atmosphere, Silversun Pickups, Grouplove, Billy Idol, Bad Religion, Social Distortion, The Airborne Toxic Event, Cake, Dr. John, Alice Cooper, LL Cool J, The Features, and Atlas Genius. Advanced sale general admission tickets are now available [...]
Anyone unaware of what a Steve Aoki live concert is like, have no fear and look above. He is not your typical DJ, he will stand behind the tables mixing about half the time, and spend the other half riding the crowd with a raft, slamming them with cakes, and untradtional DJ moves. He somehow has managed to make all of these things be what defines him and his live show. You can see it in all his glory on one of the biggest stages he has ever played, main stage at the 2013 Ultra Music Festival [...]
Artist: steveaoki Title: Ultra Music Festival 2013 Weekend 1 Set File Name: SoundCloud
It feels like I've been doing this blog for ages - mainly because I have - and not once in all the time I've been writing has the music industry ever experienced a growth in sales. It hasn't, in fact, since 1999. 2012, then, was a transformative year. Sure, it was only a 0.3% growth in sales , but when your business has shrunk every year this century, that's what good news looks like. -- Visit No Rock & Roll Fun to comment, complain and kvetch
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