After missing consecutive years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and major flooding which rendered the festival grounds inoperable, the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is returning to Manchester, TN in 2022.
Running from June 16th to the 19th, The Farm will welcome a number of big times artists for one of the best music festivals in the world. Headling the festival in 2022 will be J. Cole, Stevie Nicks and Tool. In addition, artists like The Chicks, Flume, 21 Savage, Machine Gun Kelly, Roddy Ricch, The War on Drugs, Marc Rebillet, Billy Strings, Ludacris and more will perform.
If the artists above weren’t worth the price of admission, Jack Antonoff will curate this year’s Superjam, which will easily be one of the most talked about sets for the year.
Festival passes go on sale starting Thursday, January 13th at 12:00 p.m. (Central) via Ticketmaster.
Lollapalooza returned to Chicago’s Grant Park for another year of great live music this weekend, boasting one of the best lineups of the entire festival season. And Day 2 kept the momentum of opening night going as artists like Maggie Rogers, Tame Impala, Janelle Monae, NF and many more blessed the stage on Friday.
Check out our favorite photos from Day 2 of Lollapalooza 2019 below.
Is there anyone bigger than Post Malone right now? With a number of his songs on constant rotation on your favorite radio station and with his new sophomore LP, beerbongs & bentleys, which broke a number of streaming records and was certified platinum in four days, Postie is on top of the rap game in 2018.
So of course Chicago came out in massive numbers to catch Post Malone and 21 Savage at the lake front’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, even though fans could have just as easily waited for Post to hit the stage at Bonnaroo in a couple of months.
Setting the stage for Malone was his ‘rockstar’ collaborator, 21 Savage. Savage put on a great co-headlining set that kept the entire crowd satisfied. Performing his best tracks like ‘Bank Account’, ‘No Heart’, ‘X’ and verses from some of his biggest collaborations, 21 Savage has the crowd going wild from start to finish.
And if a 21 Savage concert wasn’t enough, moments after 21 stepped off stage, it was time for Post Malone to greet the sold-out crowd in Chicago. Although the production of his performances hasn’t changed much since his tours past, the Texas native is now a household name in rap.
No more opening performances where the crowd just knows the hook to a couple songs, Post Malone is on a whole different level from his ‘White Iverson’ days. And although A.I. and Carl Malone weren’t known for throwing it down, Post Malone delivered a slam dunk for his Windy City fans tonight.
Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and get tickets for the remaining tour dates here.
With Lollapalooza still a couple months away, Chicago has a slew of A-list concerts to kick off the summer until one of the world’s best music festivals returns. With shows from Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone, Diana Ross and many more, Windy City music fans will have plenty of opportunities to see some amazing live music this June.
Check out our list of the 10 can’t miss concerts in Chicago next month!
Get ready because Post Malone and 21 Savage are hitting the road this summer for a huge North American tour. Kicking things off on April 26th at Portland, OR’s Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Postey and 1 will make stops in Chicago, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Austin and many more, until things conclude on June 24th in San Francisco.
Tickets for the general public will go on sale Friday, February 23rd (10AM local time) at LiveNation.com. Citi Cardmembers will also have access to an exclusive presale beginning today (2/20) at 2PM until Thursday (2/22), through Citi’s Private Pass program.
And if a great show wasn’t enough reason to attend, every pair of online tickets purchased will come with (1) physical copy of Post Malone’s upcoming LP, Beerbongs & Bentleys.
Check out the full list of dates and locations below.
After 3 days and dozens and dozens of memorable performances from some of the biggest superstars and emerging names in rap music, Future and Travis Scott and Future closed down a great weekend for Rolling Loud‘s third year in Miami.
Perhaps the best night of the weekend, La Flame and Future were in great company as the Migos, Post Malone, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, Amine, Blackbear, Robb Banks, Topaz Jonez and many others delivered great performances throughout the day.
Check out our photos below, of what the third and final day of Rolling Loud had to offer this year. Fans in Miami witnessed perhaps the best rap festival in the history of music this weekend.
Last night, Atlanta rapper 21 Savage performed for his Indiana fans at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis. As the sold out crowd cheered endlessly and the lights turned low, the instrumental blasted throughout the venue for 21 Savage’s hit, ‘Slaughter Gang’. Savage had arrived. And while he spit bar after bar, the crowd went crazy, matching 21 Savage’s energy throughout the entire night.
Whether it was with his new Drake collaboration ‘Sneakin’, the fan favorite ‘No Heart’, or one of his many songs from his mixtapes The Slaughter Tape and Slaughter King, and of course his EP Savage Mode with Metro Boomin, the Indy crowd rapped along all night and Savage delivered for the packed crowd.
Check out our photos from last night’s performance below, and check out 21 Savage’s upcoming tour dates here.