Posts Tagged ‘festivals’

Sad Summer Announces Lineup

by Mickayla Whitt
Recently, Sad Summer Festival announced its dates and lineup for the summer of 2020. In addition to that, it has been announced that Journeys is now sponsoring it. This is the second year of Sad Summer, a traveling outdoor alternative music festival that began just after Warped Tour ended. The festival was originally put together […]

Coronavirus: What Does it Mean for Music?

by Mickayla Whitt
With the Coronavirus cases rising across the world, a lot of people are beginning to panic and officials are finding out the best way to go about treating the spread of the COVID-19. The World Health Organization have suggested limiting not only travel to certain countries but, also limiting gatherings of multiple people. What does […]

New EDM to Warm Your Winter

by Mallory Dwortz
Since the beginning of 2020, artists have been working hard at producing handfuls of new music for us to digest during the gloomiest of seasons. February is, without a doubt, the worst month of the year (sorry Valentine’s Day). So, to warm our frost-bitten ears, a wave of fresh EDM is penetrating the winter cold […]

Governors Ball Lineup Released

by marissabachrach
The lineup for Governors Ball, the NYC summer music festival, was released on Thursday, January 16. Headliners include Tame Impala, Missy Elliott, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Solange, and Miley Cyrus. The festival’s lineup also features many popular up-and-coming artists such as Steve Lacy, Dominic Fike, Cuco, YBN Cordae, and Princess Nokia. The festival will take place over […]

Shows to See This Summer

by stephescobar8
The weather in Chicago has been quite erratic, but I promise, summer is coming. There are many shows and festivals to look forward to this year. There is always something to do in the city, so here is a month by month list of upcoming shows in Chicago. April Alec Benjamin, Alexander – Lincoln Hall […]

Music Alive in Chicagoland

by Ben LaScola
On Friday, May 18th, a few dozen twentysomethings gathered in a Hickory Hills basement for, “an intimate May evening.”   I’m talking about a good old basement show. Tonight’s lineup features Indie bands, How It Got Burned, Romancoke, Matthew McNeal, and Them Dead Poets. Each band plays five or six songs for the crowd, then […]