Bonnaroo365 Tour Confirmed


Superfly Presents and A.C. Entertainment are excited to announce the “Bonnaroo365 Tour Presented By Samsonite”. The tour is confirmed to begin at the Granada Theater in Lawrence, KS, on October 24th and play intimate venues in college markets across the country. Bonnaroo has historically been the launching pad for such popular artists as Kings of

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Festival Preview: CMJ 2012


Fall is here, and pumpkins are $0.49 per pound at Foodtown in Brooklyn. The weather is splendid, and there’s adrenaline in the air. Oh, oh, and CMJ – College Music Journal – festival is upon NYC. Wee! This is one of the biggest, most widespread, most happening, and most fun music festivals in the city,

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Festival Recap: Riot Fest Day 2


Walking to the Riot Fest grounds on the final day, I immediately noticed how many people were there early. Henry Clay People were playing to the welcoming crowd on the largest of the four stages, but the majority of the crowd was already gathered waiting for Imagine Dragons set. Coming onto the stage a few

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Festival Preview: DeLuna Fest


This weekend’s DeLuna Fest on the panhandle of Florida is quietly emerging as one of the best late summer festivals of the season. Taking place on Pensacola Beach, DeLuna is attracting some of the biggest and best new bands to the area, making it a must-see event in the Southeast. While bands like Pearl Jam,

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Festival Recap: Riot Fest Day 1


Riot Fest drew 30,000 people, both young and old. Kicking off the festival was Dead Sara, a band I most likely wouldn’t have heard about if they hadn’t been on this bill. And boy, am I happy they were. Their set had even more energy than I anticipated, especially their hit song “Weatherman.” The crowd

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Festival Preview: Austin City Limits


Austin City Limits Music Festival is reaching monumental status this year, showcasing over 130 bands across eight stages over three days, and whoops – regular tickets are already sold out. Held in Zilker Park in the heart of Austin, TX, the music takes place from October 12-14, 2012. Although it’s grown exponentially over the years,

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Five Must-See Bands At Riot Fest


Seven years after its beginnings in Chicago, Riot Fest has hit its stride. This year’s festival is taking over not only the Congress Theater, but also turning Humboldt Park into a full blown carnival, including multiple stages, Ferris Wheel, traditional rides and of course a wrestling ring for lucha libre battles. The real draw of

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Musicfest NW Recap


When September rolls around, it’s hard not to set high expectations for MFNW. Every year I attend successfully trumps the year previous. There always seems to be better bands, more venues and community involvement. It may not be the small festival it once was, with only a handful of bands, hidden in the wilds of

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Preview: All Tomorrow’s Parties


Normally held in Asbury Park, NJ, this year’s All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival, being held from September 21st thru the 23rd,  has been moved to Pier 36 in Manhattan, NYC. Curated by Greg Dulli, the lineup is the best eclectic mix of the dark and mysterious, scintillating musical worlds. This includes everything from the ear-shattering Lightning

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