Milwaukee celebrated a very special night on Tuesday, as the city’s brand new arena, the Fiserv Forum, kicked off its first ever concert, with The Killers and Milwaukee’s own, the Violent Femmes.
From the moment doors opened fans were in for a treat as The Killers delivered a casual acoustic set well before the show started. The first hundred or so fans enjoyed an intimate set before the Femmes and The Killers tested the foundation of the new arena. After an amazing performance, The Killers capped off the night with a special encore performance of the Milwaukee-set Laverne & Shirley Theme Song, joined by the Violent Femmes.
Check out our photos from last night’ performance below and peep The Killers’ remaining tour dates here.
One of the nation’s top and most unique festivals, Bonnaroo dropped its 2018 festival lineup this morning. With headlining performances from Eminem, The Killers & Muse, fans at The Farm will also catch performances from Future, two unique sets from Bon Iver, Sturgill Simpson, Khalid, Paramore, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Bassnectar, Sylvan Esso and many more.
Bonnaroo will return to its normal grounds in Manchester, Tennessee, this year from June 7th to the 10th. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, January 12th at 10AM ET via Bonnaroo’s official website.
Of the few festival’s that refuse to copy and paste 99% of the other festival lineups across the country is Napa Valley’s BottleRock. And the festival continues to out-do their self in 2018, as BottleRock Napa Valley will see performances from Bruno Mars, Muse, The Killers, Snoop Dogg, Halsey, Incubus, Billy Idol and many more this year.
Taking place from May 25-27, tickets will go on sale tomorrow (Tuesday, January 9th) at 10 AM local time at BottleRock’s official website. 3-Day passes start at $349 and VIP upgrades are available for $749 with access to the VIP Village, VIP viewing decks, VIP-only restrooms and much more.
While the New England festival may not have the notoriety of Coachella and Lollapalooza, Massachusetts’ Boston Calling has released a 2018 lineup that rivals all others that have been announced so far.
Headlining the Boston festival, which takes place at the Harvard Athletic Complex from May 25-27, will be Eminem, The Killers and Jack White. And the festival isn’t only top heavy either, as Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, Tyler the Creator, Khalid, St. Vincent, Bryson Tiller and many more are currently scheduled to perform.
Fans can currently purchase a limited number of early bird passes (on sale at the festival’s official website), as well as VIP passes. But we would not wait, once early bird passes are gone, prices go up, and with a lineup this great, don’t be surprised if tickets sell out fast!
Check out Boston Calling’s full 2018 lineup below.
The Austin City Limits Music Festival is returning to the Lone Star State in 2017, bringing two weekends of great music to Austin’s Zilker Park in the fall. And today, festival organizers shared the 2017 lineup and it’s stacked!
Headlining ACL this year will be the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Gorillaz and Chance The Rapper. The festival’s talented cast of headliners will be in good company as well, as Ryan Adams, Solange, The xx, Ice Cube, Martin Garrix, The Head and the Heart, Run The Jewels, Vance Joy, Tove Lo, Skepta, Crystal Castles, Milky Chance, Louis The Child and many more are also set to perform. While some of the supporting artists are only performing for one of the weekends, most artists will perform for both weekends of ACL, so you can’t go wrong.
The Austin City Limits Music Festival will take place from October 6-8th and October 13-15th. Fans can get tickets and more information at the festival’s official website.
Check out the poster for Austin City Limits’ 2017 lineup below.
Although New York’s premiere music festival doesn’t kick off until June, just days after Coachella announced its 2016 lineup, so has The Governors Ball. And while The Governors Ball may not have the A-list reunions that fans will see in Indio this year, where Coachella dropped the ball, the governor picked right up. Headlining The Governors Ball this year will be none other than Kanye West, which is sure to be an energetic and talked about performance, especially since Coachella and potentially Bonnaroo (if rumors are true) will have no rap headliners this year.
Kanye surely won’t be the only big name traveling to New York this summer though, as The Governors Ball has also invited huge acts like The Killers, The Strokes, Beck, Robyn, Haim, Death Cab For Cutie and more. Fans will also see a variety of supporting acts too, with performances from Father John Misty, Vic Mensa, Action Bronson, Big Grams, Circa Waves, Eliot Sumner, Gary Clark JR. Miguel, and Vince Staples to name a few.
The Governors Ball takes place June 3-5 on Randall’s Island in New York City and you can get your tickets nowbefore they are all gone!