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Boston Calling 2018 Preview

Article by: Richard Knowles   Woke up this morning feeling anxious. Not only is the Northeast getting blanketed by a “bomb cyclone” but it is also the day that Boston Calling announced its lineup for this May’s festival. Last year they compiled a lineup that its attendees were salivating over. Cage The

Festival Preview: Atlanta’s Shaky Knees

Article by Andrés Alvarado   Atlanta, no need to pinch yourself. The Shaky Knees Festival lineup is, in fact, this stellar. One of the premier music festivals of the Southeast has come back for their sixth go-round and brought along some fancy A-List musician-friends to entice all you audiophiles. Taking place in

Festival Preview: Welcome to Rockville

Article by Andrés Alvarado     *** UPDATE*** You might want to grab a seat for this one. As of this morning, November 15, it's been announced that storied San Diego quartet Stone Temple Pilots has been added to the lineup for Welcome to Rockville. Yes, W.T.R. just got a little more edgier and

Bourbon and Beyond Festival // Live @ Champions Park // 9.23-24.17

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY-- Where to start…Whether you brought your grandmother or your granddaughter there was enough food, water, shade, security and bourbon (for grandma) to satisfy all souls. The Bourbon and Beyond Festival, the first of what we hope will be many, was unveiled in the

Louder Than Life Festival // Live @ Champions Park // 9.30-10.1.17

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life hosted a multitude of heavy metal and rock bands over the September 30 / October 1 weekend.  Nearly 40 bands rocked three stages at Champions Park in Louisville KY under sunny skies and cool, crisp autumn evenings…an absolutely perfect

Self Help Festival // Philly, PA // 9.10.17

Article and Photos By: Angelica Pasquali    Philadelphia, PA -- This was the second year running of an epic one day festival jam packed with wicked line-ups. The Self Help Festival is hosted by A Day To Remember, a hardcore band that got their start in 2003. This festival promotes good vibes and

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