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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, […]

Lost Lands Schedule and Map Announced!

by marisamae95on September 22, 2017
Lost Lands Music Festival has released their App, now available to Apple and Android! View and make your own schedule and view the map! Any guesses on the secret set?!? Lost Lands Daily Schedule: Map:

Four Music Festivals Not to Miss in May

by Erin Riedlon April 29, 2017
Next week is the beginning of May, which means the start of festival season. With Summer fast approaching, here are four music festivals in May not to sleep on. Shaky Beats Music Festival Shaky Beats will take place the first weekend of May, from the fifth through the seventh, in Atlanta, GA. This is the […]

Is OWSLA selling out with “Weekender” playlists?

by Erin Riedlon March 25, 2017
Listening to music is a method of relaxation and enjoyment for many. In our modern day society, there are a plethora of avenues used to listen to music. Online listening services and applications, such as Pandora, Spotify, Soundcloud, etc., have become the norm. When logging into certain applications, you may notice the option to pay to […]

Savoy Performs to Intimate Crowd at Local Chicago Venue – Review & Photos

by Erin Riedlon March 22, 2017
On Saturday, Feb. 25, electronic rock trio, Savoy, tweeted, “Going to be legendary tonight Chicago. Completely sold out, we’re bringing out all the stops”. This tweet promised a legendary performance and Savoy did not disappoint. React Presents and Silver Wrapper hosted Savoy at the First Ward Chop Shop in Chicago, on the tenth stop of their “Tomorrow […]

Spring Awakening 2017: Diverse Lineup could bring a Diverse Crowd

by Erin Riedlon February 26, 2017
There are over 200 neighborhoods in the city of Chicago, making it a city full of diversity. It is only fitting that a music festival held at Addams-Medill Park has a lineup packed with variety. React Presents revealed the first phase of the sixth-annual Spring Awakening music festival on Feb. 15. Among the artists announced were […]