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While music festivals might get all the attention in the spring months, a city like New York will always attract the best artists for major concerts. With a legend like Paul McCartney, the reunion of The Postal Service, the ever-present RAC, and ASAP Rocky serving as only the opener to the main act, you won't have to travel to California, Chicago, or Miami to get your music fix. Click through for the best upcoming concerts in NYC!
On March 18, the Meatpacking District Improvement Association will host its first annual "Open Market" fundraiser, hosted by co-chairs Diane Von Furstenberg and Andrew Rosen, Founder and CEO of Theory. The event will direct 100% of it's proceeds to the MPIA's efforts to improve the neighborhood. Hosted at the Highline Stages, the night will include booths from local restaurants and bars, as well as sample sales, a silent auction, and DJ sets from acts including The Misshapes and NANCY (LCD Soundsystem/DFA). Click through for our interview with MPIA Executive Director Lauren Danziger on what to expect.
The Miami Art Basel is a premiere destination for contemporary art collectors and art lovers worldwide. It's the perfect place for buyers and sellers to mingle, party, and escape the winter gloom. The weekend is definitely not all play, but there are some amazing events and parties to make up for that. Here is our guide to the music scene in Miami this week. We've picked out a few performances you won't want to miss, including ones by Araabmuzic, Hundred Waters, Twin Shadow, Purity Ring, and Teengirl Fantasy. More»
Though power has been restored to many parts of New York and life has returned to normal for most folks, there is still a lot that needs to be done to help Hurricane Sandy victims. We've compiled a list of upcoming events that will help with the disaster relief efforts.
It's impossible, try as we might, not to view Mike D's amazing Transmission L.A. audio/visual art festival at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA through the prism of last week's tragic loss of Beastie Boy Adam "MCA" Yauch. But, while it's not our place to presume to know MCA's thoughts, we're pretty sure he would have been happy that even as the world was mourning his loss, Transmission was continuing to thrill music-loving audiences with big-name performances like Thursday's show from British garage pioneer DJ Harvey and LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy. More»
Madonna releases her first fragrance, Santigold announces her first US tour, Rusko asks fans to get their "skaner" on, Adele is releasing a new single, and so much more on today's music news. Check it out! More»
Superfly Presents, or the geniuses behind Bonnaroo and the Outside Lands, have created a new festival called The Great GoogaMooga Festival. An event the cast of Hey! Arnold would have been all over, GoogaMooga is a FREE two day festival seeking to celebrate music, drink, and the main highlight, food in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, sans tents of course. More»
'Tis the season for music festivals with the Governor's Ball Music Festival schedule release and Pitchfork Music Festival's line-up release. Also, Radiohead plays two unreleased songs in Miami, Ne-Yo is "Principal for the Day," Rihanna might play Whitney and more! Check it out in today's Music News Round Up.
After a soft opening last weekend, and the official opening this past Friday, Le Baron is officially most buzzed about nightlife spot in NYC at the moment. But now that there's a new club in town (finally!), will Le Baron knock the Electric Room out of it's number one standing as the toughest door in NYC? We put the two clubs head-to-head, tete-to-tete, or fete-to-fete. Who will come out on top?
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.