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FNGRS CRSSD and Goldenvoice have teamed up to create the first ever CRSSD Festival - a unique electronic music festival experience that takes place on San Diego’s Waterfront Park. CRSSD is defined by forward thinking electronic artists, combining live and DJ performances featuring the likes of Maceo Plex, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Justin Martin & plenty more. Plus, a full selection of craft beer, local food vendors & even a mixology program will be available for all festival attendees.
Created by Gary Richards aka Destructo, HARD Summer has become an annual EDM tradition in LA, with the biggest DJs and producers descending on the City of Angels for two massive days of bass every August.
The first-ever Big Guava Music Festival has already become one of the most talked about new fests of 2014. With massive headlining acts on four stages with food trucks, craft beer gardens and thrill rides, Big Guava has all the bases covered. Over 50,000 festival goers are expected to descend on Tampa for Big Guava, so be sure to get your tickets early and be ready to party hard.
Calling all music-loving Texans - the first annual Suburbia Music Festival has announced a ridiculous inaugural lineup featuring world-famous DJs, bands, hip hoppers and more. Taking over Oak Point Park in Plano, Suburbia will be set amdist a beautiful natural preservation with amazing views and spectacular surroundings. Check out the full lineup and be sure to get your tickets asap!
The Shaky Knees Music Festival is back ya'll, and this year is all about rocking out with a huge lineup of heavy-hitting bands and solo performers. As one of the South's newest music fests, Shaky Knees is already shaping up to be one of ATL's favorite annual traditions. Check out the incredible 2015 lineup and mark your calendars! Stay tuned for more announcements in the comings weeks.
As one of the world's biggest EDM festivals, Electric Daisy Carnival is one of the ultimate destinations for fans of electronic dance music. With a move from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in 2011, EDC has only gotten wilder over the years - check out the full details and get ready for a wild 2015 fest season.
January 2012 marked the maiden voyage of the star-studded Holy Ship EDM cruise and since then, it has been smooth sailing. The seafaring festival is heading back to the waters of the Bahamas in 2015 with two weekends of madness and a lineup that's sure to rock the boat.
Sin City, get ready to rock. Las Vegas' second annual Life is Beautiful Music Festival is returning for another massive celebration of music, food and more. After a highly successful inaugural year, Another Planet Entertainment is back for what's sure to be another amazing experience in Downtown Vegas.
Going into its seventh year, this island-located boutique festival is one of NorCal's most beloved music events. An eclectic and cutting edge (but manageable) lineup attracts out-of-towners and locals alike, who need not scramble to catch all their favorites -- just two stages that alternate guarantees you can catch every act.
FYF Fest is one of LA's favorite Fall-time music events, featuring a diverse lineup of classic rockers, up and coming indie acts and dance-friendly electronic DJs. Moving to a new venue in 2014, FYF Fest is ditching downtown's LA State Historic Park, for LA Sports Arena and Exposition Park. Expect tons of vendors, crafts, beer gardens and more alongside this year's epic lineup.
The 2012 Summer Set Music and Camping Festival arrived in late August, and the inaugural lineup was a doozy. Combining the powers of jam bands, electronic music, hip-hop, reggae, and all of the confluences that exist between these many genres, Summer Set is sure to be a shock to the system in 2015.
Austin's answer to Coachella and Bonnaroo has become quite a phenomenon in the hot sticky South. Starting off as a three-day event, ACL now boasts two weekends of music with one of the strongest lineups in the festival circuit, routinely drawing crowds of around 100,000.
Labor Day weekend of 2010 saw the induction of North Coast Music Festival into the Hall of Fame of North American music festivals. In 2012, the event was again a huge success, drawing more people and more attention. We've already booked our tickets to Chicago for what's sure to be another massive NCMF in 2015.
Similar in concept to HARD's Holy Ship and S.S. Coachella's music cruise but oh so different in vibe, Jam Cruise has been rockin' this heady boat for a full decade. The 5 day voyage includes a ton of great shows, workshops, excursions and good times for all.
Perhaps the best festival East of the Mississippi, and certainly one of the biggest, Bonnaroo sees over 100,000 attendees descend on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. If you've never been to Bonnaroo, mark your calendar for a trip to to Tennessee this summer as with over 100 other huge acts set to take the stage in 2015.
Believe it or not, Summerfest in Milwaukee is the largest festival in the United States in terms of attendance. It has hosted nearly every big name in music at one time or another and literally hundreds of thousands of people show up each year to hear music on a dozen stages.
NoLA's Voodoo Music Experience has become a Halloween weekend tradition, bringing some of the biggest artists on the map to the Big Easy for a three-day throwdown. Set against the backdrop of City Park, the festival is usually accompanied by ideal weather, classic Louisiana cuisine and plenty of crowd-pleasing concerts.
In just 7 short years, this 3 day annual festival known as Outside Lands held at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco has proven that it deserves to be in the same league as the Coachella's and Bonnaroo's of the world. Consistently drawing over 60k fans and major headliners from every genre, Outside Lands is slated for another big event in 2015.
What The Festival, a new spin on the traditional festival format, features a heavy-hitting lineup on high-end sound-systems in the midst of elegantly structured chill zones, with an open-air Hookah lounge, sandy beach splash pool, as well as sculptural installations and live art all set in Oregon's White River Canyon.
Lollapalooza is much older than it acts. In the early 90's, the festival was a roaming tour that hosted then up and comers like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. After a decade long hiatus, Perry Farrell's brainchild festival was reborn in Chicago, where it revels amidst the skyscrapers smack in the middle of the city.
Love or hate their snarky, snooty reviews, no one can deny that Chicago-based Pitchfork.com has an affect on the evolution of music culture. The website started throwing its own event in 2006, and so far the Pitchfork Music Festival has been a hit.
Spring Awakening is Chicago's newest electronic music festival featuring top DJs & producers from all over the world. Going into its fourth year, the fest takes over Soldier Field in downtown Chicago for three-days of ear-splitting bass and upbeat house music.
With a lineup curated by the same promoters behind Bonnaroo and Mountain Oasis, Forecastle Music Festival is one of our favorite music fests in the Mid West. Aiming to bring together a wide variety of artists and their fans, Forecastle hosts a lineup full of the biggest names in rock, downtempo, indie, dubstep, electro and hip hop.
The Free Press Summer Fest is an annual two-day music festival held in Houston, Texas at Buffalo Bayou's Eleanor Tinsley Park. Last year marked the fifth annual event, which featured more than 160 national and local acts on eight stages with an estimated 60,000+ in attendance. This year is set to go even bigger with top acts from around the world.
The Beale Street Music Festival is a three day bash that hosts a mix of big-name stars performing side by side with local music acts as the kick off to the annual Memphis in May celebration. Prepare yourself for a massive 2015 event as huge rock bands and world-renowned DJs take the stage.