Winter is officially over and along with warm weather comes music festivals from all corners of the country. Get your tickets and go! Here’s The Untitled Magazine’s guide to the best upcoming festivals. Make sure to watch this space for updates – new lineups get released every day.
April 14 – 16 & 21 – 23
The West Coast’s premiere musical event kicks off April 14th. This year’s Coachella fest will happens twice over – Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead will headline both weekends. Get our highlights and check out The Untitled Magazine’s exclusive interviews with Coachella artists here.
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Moogfest is the synthesis of music, art and technology. Exploring the future of technology, art, and music, the festival includes more than three-hundred musical performances, daytime workshops, conversations, masterclasses, film screenings, live scores, durational sound installations, and interactive art experiences. This year’s music lineup features Flying Lotus, Animal Collective and Talib Kweli.
$249+ More Info.
Governor’s Ball started six years ago and has become NYC’s best known music festival (although Panorama is giving it a run for its money). It starts off the city’s summer season with a killer lineup featuring Lorde, Chance The Rapper, Phoenix and many, many more.
$105+ More info.
Chance the Rapper is at it again with Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The Southern festival features a diverse lineup of acts every year with 10+ stages showcasing more than 130 bands, including. Signature to the fest is a comedy lineup, silent disco, and the Bonnaroo Cinema.
$210+ More info.
Golden Voice, the minds behind Coachella, are bringing back Panorama Music Festival to NYC for it’s second run. Last year’s lineup was epic but organizers somehow topped themselves this year – Frank Ocean, Solange, Tame Impala and A Tribe Called Quest are just a few of the big names that are set to play the three day affair. Tickets are pretty affordable for today’s festival standards – single day passes start at under $100.
$99+ More info.
Started in 1991, Lollapalooza is now a mainstay of the festival circuit. This year’s lineup bring more than one-hundred-and-seventy acts to Grant Park, including Wiz Khalifa, Phantogram, Banks and The XX. Visitors to Gov Ball and Lolla will get to see Chance The Rapper and Lorde twice this summer.
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