The Electric Daisy Carnival is set to hit New York City the weekend of May 17th! The three day EDM festival will transform Citi Field into an interactive dreamscape with innovative art installations, carnival rides, and the dramatic and unparalleled décor that Electric Daisy Carnival has become legendary for, and of course the world’s best and most sought after DJs!
Tickets for the 2 Day Regular Admission ($215 + fees) are now on sale, here.
Check out this year's recently released epic lineup below:
Many avid festival goers have placed TomorrowLand, Belgium's largest EDM music gathering, on their bucket list of festivals to someday experience. Set in a fairy tale dream land with campgrounds called Dreamville, the festival brings in over 180,000 visitors from 200 countries to its home in Boom, Belgium every year since its inception in 2005. With past performers like Swedish House Mafia, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, and Avicii, the festival has become known worldwide for its incredible main stage set up, endless music, and engulfing art installations The Dutch festival organizers, ID&T Entertainment and Media Enterprise, announced earlier this week that they will be joining forces with curators of last year's successful CounterPoint Festival to create TomorrowLand's second home and give the festival a tangible destination for US-based fans. The spinoff of the popular festival, to be called TomorrowWorld will be happening September 27-29th 2013 in mystical lands of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, just outside the city limits of Atlanta.
The year was 1967 when the world saw its first music festival. It was The Monterey International Pop Music Festival that took place over three days on June 16-18 in Monterey, California. The fest has become known as the first major American appearance of Jimi Hendrix and The Who. It put Janis Joplin on the map in the rock world and saw Otis Redding perform and break traditions. Monterey would shape the mold for future music festivals such as Woodstock in 1969 and every other music festival to come after. It's been years in the making, but the music festival continues to be ever evolving.
For its 42nd season, Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival is back in action! Until August 12th, attendees can enjoy outdoor music and dancing for FREE.
While enjoying over 100 performances and events throughout Lincoln Center’s plazas, refreshments are available to keep you energized at the Street Food BBQ Stand. Don’t worry, beer, wine, and cocktails will also be sold in the Damrosch Park area.
Broaden your horizons and relish the talents of diverse musical acts. From folk to Irish rock, there is bound to be a performance that appeals to everyone. To learn more about the festival and see the full lineup, click here!
The inaugural Catalpa Festival, a truly unique musical experience, hits Randall's Island July 28th and 29th. There will be plenty of emphasis on site artistry, interactive experiences, and experimentation --not to mention over 40 performers! Musical genres are diverse, including blues, rock, hip hop, electronic, reggae, and indie. There will be art installations, bespoke event structures, and more.
Artists include, The Black Keys, Snoop Dogg, Asap Rocky, AraabMuzik, Zola Jesus, Girl Talk, Cold War Kids, Matisyahu, Felix da Housecat, City and Colour, The Sheepdogs, Hook 'n' Sling, My Pet Dragon, just to name a handful.
June is National Camping Month so stow those stilettos in the back of your closet and whip out your boots! Summer is the perfect time to get down and dirty in nature. Whether you're camping the old fashioned way or hitting up this season's slew of music festivals, we know it's not always so comfortable sleeping on the ground and peeing in the bushes! So we've rounded up some of the coolest camping gadgets to help make your experience a little more, uh, suburban.
Don't spend your day rubbing sticks together just to get one whispy cloud of smoke and no fire. Try out this Solar Oven, which uses the sun to fry, bake, or broil your food.
With all the recent hoopla surrounding Coachella 2012 (specifically, the digital resurrection of Tupac), one begins to ponder what other shenanigans are in store during festival season. Summertime truly is the season of festivals: beer & wine fests, food expos, but most importantly, music fests. There’s Bamboozle, Warped Tour, Lollapalooza, Bonnarooo, Electric Daisy, and a cornocoupia of other niftily named musical celebrations.
It’s been five months since world-famous DJ Bob Sinclar helped reopen Amnesia nightclub in Miami Beach. And in those five months, Amnesia has taken back its previous title as one of the hottest clubs in Miami, ranking alongside LIV, Arkadia and Mansion. Yes, with the help of co-owner Bob Sinclar, Amnesia has regained its heart, soul, and spirit to once again bring blasting music and luxury experiences to guests.
There is something undeniably unique about the total loss of inhibition that is fostered by the festival experience. It is a force that brings like-minded people together and continues to captivate millions. For a weekend festival-goers separate themselves from mainstream ideals and focus on art, music and culture.
When Burning Man founder Larry Harvey limited ticket sales for the 2012 event, thousands of veteran and artist attendees were left out, and rumors swirled that Burning Man would end this year. But fear not, the transformative festival experience is far from over. Lucidity Music Festival, located in Live Oak Camp in Santa Barbara, is filling the Burning Man niche and then some.
New Orleans will be getting its yearly dose of Halloween weekend madness with this year’s VOODOO Experience. An annual celebration of music, art, and the Big Easy nightlife, VOODOO 2011 will make its way down to Louisiana from Oct. 28-30.
The weekend’s biggest names will take to the stages of Le Ritual in New Orleans’ City Park. Famous for featuring a melting pot of the hottest artists from past and present, this year’s lineup includes Blink-182, Soundgarden, Snoop Dogg, and Fatboy Slim. House heads can make their way over the Le Plur, VOODOO’s space for electronic dance music where acts such as Claude VonStroke, Craig Richards, Tanner Ross, and Wolf+Lamb will keep crowds entranced throughout the night. Last but not least, Le Flambeau will be the place to go to pay tribute to the roots music that helped shape NOLA into the musically rich city it is today. Every night of the sensory-assaulting weekend will be capped off by Deja Voodoo is Verboten, a series of after-show parties that will feature prominent DJs spinning from midnight to 6 a.m. including Cassy, Danny Howells, Deniz Kurtel, Lee Burridge, Maya Jane Coles, Soul Clap, and Voices of Black.