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When you live in a state as geographically unmatched as California, where the mountains, beach, and desert can all be reached within hours of driving the open road, summer calls for some road trippin'. Especially if there are awesome music festivals involved. As live music fanatics, we believe there's no better reason to gather your besties, pack up the car, and hit the road when your destination can be any number of raging music fests going down in all reaches of Cali this summer. From pool party-hopping electro concerts in Palm Springs to Paul McCartney and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs in San Francisco, this season boasts many reasons to cruise out of L.A. for a bit. So grab the coolers and start making your driving playlists as we break down the most road trip-worthy California music festivals to get to this summer.
Last night, British import Kate Nash played to a packed house of L.A. fans at Sonos Studio on La Brea. Presented by Sonos and Pandora, the intimate show in the acoustically-designed gallery was backed by an all-girl band who together performed a full set of Nash's indie rock tunes. Celebrating the recent release of the acclaimed singer/songwriter's third studio album, Girl Talk, the show got the audience's hands in the air and we were there to capture it all in these photos from the night.
SXSW is back, starting off the Spring Festival season with interactive displays, musical performances by both headlining acts and undiscovered talent, and creative films starring A-list actors. We're giving you the list of parties we'll be stopping by this year, so you can get an idea of where to go. Check out our official SXSW guide for 2013! More»
Catalpa Music Festival was the only way to roll this weekend. The first ever Catalpa Music Festival kicked off at Randall's Island and featured artists such as: The Black Keys, TV On The Radio, Girl Talk, Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, The Sheepdogs, and hip-hop acts like Snoop Dogg and A$AP Rocky. If you didn't end up hitting up Randall's Island this weekend, check out the best of Catalpa here. More»
Coming to Randall's Island, July 28th-29th, Catalpa is a festival that seeks to transport attendees in to alternate and artistic space. Including an insane line-up, art installations, and great food check out what you should look forward to at Catapla! More»
Brought to you by Goldenvoice, Coachella has decided to expand into a deep sea experience. Starting this winter, the S.S. Coachella will be leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This will be the first time the infamous festival comes to the East Coast since it's inception in Indio in 1999. More»
So, um, we can't exactly claim that we saw this coming, but it looks like we'll be getting Coachella back into our lives a bit sooner than we expected, with a killer mini-lineup led by Pulp, Hot Chip, James Murphy and Sleigh Bells. But before you start booking hotels in Palm Springs, we should probably tell you that it's going to be a little different. Like, "on a cruise boat going from Florida to Jamaica" different. Read on for the full lineup and details! More»
If you happened to miss Governor's Ball this weekend, or if you've been hitting up all the festivals so far this season, the good news is we've rounded up a few more for you to enjoy. The summer has only just begun and events like 4Knots, Catalpa, and Electric Zoo, have enough packed in them to take you to Labor Day. So no matter what type of music you're into, each of these events has something for every taste. More»
With Governors Ball this weekend, people headed out in droves to Randall's Island. You may have missed the annually held music festival but check out other fun things to do on the island! Whether you are looking for a fun, and relaxing afternoon or an action packed, loud, musically filled night, Randall's Island is sure to have the perfect solution to cure your summer boredom. So hop on the ferry or peddle across the 103rd street footbridge to make your way across the East River to Randall's Island this summer. More»
Sunday, March 9
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.