Posts Tagged ‘festival’

Amid Rising Concerns and Competition, Can Headliners Save Lollapalooza?

by Ben LaScolaon April 14, 2018
     Lollapalooza 2018 boasts a star-studded lineup, but competition and security concerns have slowed ticket sales this year. This summer’s festival will occupy Chicago’s Grant Park from August 2nd to the 5th with big named artists headlining each day. Performances by The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, and Travis Scott will attract […]
Excision @ The Rave, 2016. Man in wheelchair crowd surfing.

From Tweets to Reality: Lost Lands

by marisamae95on September 22, 2017
One more week until 500,000 watts of bass, new friends, neck breaking, and dinosaurs at the inaugural Lost Lands Music Festival in Legend Valley, Ohio! (Yeah, that’s right, dinosaurs are back!) Jeff (Excision), aka the king of bass, has gathered the best heavy bass artists from all over the world to attend this historic event in Thornville, […]

Wacken Open Air Adds Beer Pipeline

by David Gagnonon June 2, 2017
What drink goes best with three days of non-stop metal? Beer. Wacken Open Air has added its own beer pipeline to transport 400,000 liters of beer. The festival expects 75,000 festival goers to swarm the town of Wacken, Germany from August 3rd to August 5th, outnumbering the town’s population of 1,800. I’m sure they’ll be […]

Live Nation Rolling Out Enhanced Security Procedures for All Events

by meganetarteron May 26, 2017
Increased security searches and protocols at concerts and festivals may be the new norm in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack. Live Nation, one of the world’s largest ticket sellers and concert promoters, has allegedly announced stricter security procedures in place for all events. This comes as no surprise considering the attack at Manchester […]

7 Tips for Getting in Shape for Festival Season

by Ashley Eyeson April 27, 2017
Looking smokin’ whilst wearing next to nothing at a festival is great. There’s nothing at all wrong with desiring a fit physique. However, exercising and eating healthy solely for the purpose of aesthetic value is a rather shallow interpretation of vitality. Far too often, people are adopting less than healthy habits to help them shed […]

Tales From the Music Journalist’s Crypt

by Ashley Eyeson February 27, 2017
How I (almost) completely ruined an interview with Treasure Fingers. I write this in hopes that anyone who dreams of interviewing an artist they highly regard may avoid making the same moronic mistake that I did. After a year of writing for EDM World Magazine, most artists I attempted to interview either led me on, […]