Music fans are less than a week away from one of the best music festivals of the year, with the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, located just outside of Nashville in Franklin, TN. With a number of emerging artists warming things up in the day, some big headlining performances at night and a number of activities and food options throughout the grounds, people throughout the country can’t wait to #MakeThePilgrimage this weekend.
From Fitz and the Tantrums to the festival’s partner, Justin Timberlake, there are a number of performances that you won’t want to miss, but we are only going to give you five of our favorites for now.
Check out our list of our 5 most anticipated performances of 2017’s Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival below.
For another straight year, Lollapalooza did not disappoint for its sold out crowd. With fans traveling all over the world for the Windy City music festival, this year’s lineup had high expectations and Lolla met every one of them. Fans enjoyed headlining performances from artists like Chance The Rapper, The Killers, Arcade Fire and MUSE, while also catching sets from some of the most exciting newcomers in music today.
And from Thursday afternoon to Sunday night, we have compiled our list of some of the most memorable moments we will have to look back on from Lolla 2017.
Check out our favorite moments from Lollapalooza 2017 below.
Yesterday was the last night ofSummerfest‘s 49th Anniversary celebration. Unlike many other premiere music festivals, Milwaukee’s lakeside festival, Summerfest, brings an especially diverse list of performers to Wisconsin every year. Tonight for the World’s Largest Music Festival final night of 2016, fans saw performances from Ryan Adams, Kirk Franklin, 311 and more.
Check out our Summerfest Day 11 photos below and peep our Day 10 Summerfest photos here!
To no surprise, Milwaukee’s lineup for Summerfest this year is the most diverse of all major music festivals in 2016. Yesterday “the World’s Largest Music Festival” revealed its over 90 headlining acts (with more to come), so today we have our most anticipated headlining acts for Summerfest 2016. This year Summerfest takes place from June 29 – July 3 and July 5 – July 1o at the Summerfest Grounds in Milwaukee, WI and you can check here for ticket information. Ticket prices start at just $13 and $80 right now for an 11-day pass (these are not misprints), with various promotions that run all festival long. Lollapalooza may be having its huge 25th anniversary just 90 miles south, but there is no better way to spend eleven days of your summer at one of the most unique music festivals that the country has to offer.
It wasn’t easy to decide who we are most excited to see at Summerfest this year, but definitely hit the jump to check out our ten most anticipated acts of Summerfest 2016. And be sure to check out Summerfest.com for more information!
Just like the rest of the weekend, the end of Coachella’s first weekend definitely did not disappoint. We caught a lot of great sets and of course got a ton of great shots of some of your favorite artists. Sunday fans saw amazing performances from Drake, St. Vincent, Florence + the Machine, Mac DeMarco, Marina and the Diamonds, Angel Olsen, Ryan Adams and more! Drake made out with Madonna! St. Vincent channeled her inner-David Bowie! Florence showed Indio why she is a great score for any major music festival! If you didn’t make it to Coachella this past weekend, and you aren’t going next weekend, you certainly missed out.