Suwannee Hulaween continues to impress after releasing another all-star lineup for this year’s event. Suwannee Hulaween is a three-day music and art festival that takes place along the picturesque Suwannee River in Live Oak, Florida, October 26-28, 2018, with an additional pre-party day on October 25. The festival is the brain-child of The String Cheese Incident and features a variety of music styles including jam bands, rap & hip-hop, reggae, funk, electronic, and everything in between. This year’s event will feature three nights of The String Cheese Incident; as well as headliners Odesza (having just wrapped up their incredible A Moment Apart Tour); Jamiroquai, the British jazz-funk band currently on their first US tour since 2005; and R&B/hip-hop singer and rapper Janelle Monáe. Meanwhile, the underbill includes a slew of other artists like Tipper, Vulfpeck, STS9, Rezz, Gramatik, NGHTMRE, Action Bronson, Lettuce, Stephen Marley, Emancipator, Snakehips, Manic Focus, Clozee, Break Science, Sunsquabi, and many more.
Hulaween is a unique festival that combines set and setting with an incredible diversity of live music that attracts all sorts of music listeners, combined with a plethora of art installations, allowing attendees to get lost in an artistic wonderland for a weekend. This is one festival that you will not want to miss. Tickets are still available from the ticketing website.
BUKU Music + Art Project today announced the second round of artists for the annual festival, taking place on March 9-10, 2018 at Mardi Gras World in downtown New Orleans. The final phase of talent additions will be revealed after the New Year. Inspired by the creative subculture of New Orleans, BUKU sits at the intersection of an underground warehouse party and major urban music festival. The two-day event fuses a progressive and diverse musical lineup with live street art, custom-made industrial art installations, local food vendors, and dozens of surprise “pop-up” performances.
The latest additions to the lineup of performers include: Atlanta hip-hop trio Migos; the U.S. festival debut of Virtual Self, Porter Robinson’s new alter ego; Florida pop-punk-emo-metal heroes A Day to Remember; genre-bending electronic artist Rezz; Swedish electronic-indie group Little Dragon; a DJ set by British DJ/producer Bonobo; an extended collaborative set with Ganja White + Boogie T featuring a set by each artist and a B2B set together; a rare performance by legendary hip hop lyricist/producer Jay Electronica; electronic artists Snakehips; Gryffin; and Jai Wolf; house and techno pioneer Green Velvet; rappers Rich The Kid and Famous Dex; Vegas rockers Falling in Reverse; New York hip hop artist Princes Nokia; singer/songwriter Elohim; Dutch electronic artist Spag Heddy; rising West Coast rapper Lil Xan; Los Angeles emo revivalists Emo Nite LA; electro funk group The Russ Liquid Test; Chicago multi-instrumentalist/composer Nnamdi Ogbonnaya; local artists New Thousand; AF the Naysayer x Yung Vul; KTRL. B2B RedBarrington; and KiddLove; and the previously announced Soulection showcase will feature Sango B2B ESTA. B2B The Whooligan.
BUKU has also revealed the first VIP-only performances including EDM DJ/producers Graves and Medasin; experimental producer Ducky; industrial tech DJ/producer BlackGummy, electro DJ Squnto and local DJ TVBOO; as well as showcases from local trendsetters Freewater, Church* and BUKU’s non-profit partner Upbeat Academy.
These artists will join a previously announced roster including:
Bassnectar; MGMT; SZA; Alison Wonderland; Isaiah Rashad; Sylvan Esso; Flatbush Zombies; Borgore; Mura Masa; Bishop Briggs; Hippie Sabotage; Smino; Honey Dijon; CloZee; Jade Cicada; Zack Villere; and Bouffant Bouffant. The full lineup can be found here.
General Admission, GA Plus, VIP 21+, VIP, TOO BUKU VIP 2-Day Passes and Travel Packages for all ticket types are on sale now. When purchasing tickets patrons should be mindful that BUKU is an 18+ event. More information on tickets and ticket pricing can be found at www.thebukuproject.com/tickets.
A first-year festival named Lost Lake Festival will take place this October 20-22, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. The 3-day event is produced by the co-creators of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, and in partnership with cultural leaders in the Phoenix community. Billed as a celebration of the Valley of the Sun, the festival includes music, culinary arts, games, and art. The lineup will consist of over 40 musical acts, with the first wave of artists including The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Odesza, Major Lazer, The Roots, Run the Jewels, Pixies, Big Gigantic, Ludacris, Snakehips, Tritonal, and many more. Early bird tickets will be available on 4/20 at 10AM Pacific Time. For more information, check the festival information page, news, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Panorama Music Festival returns to Randall’s Island Park in New York City for its second year this July 28-30, 2017. The music, art, and technology festival builds off of its debut year and will include features like the Panorama Stage (30′ tall and 170′ wide main stage) , THE LAB (a music, art, and technology playground curated by local New York artists), and The Point (an open air club celebrating NYC’s prominence in dance and club history). Panorama 2017 will host the likes of artists like Frank Ocean, MGMT, Justice, Girl Talk, DJ Shadow, MØ, Alt-J, Tame Impala, Matoma, Nine Inch Nails, Cashmere Cat, Snakehips, and many more. Tickets are available with 3-day GA tickets selling for $345 and 3-day VIP tickets selling for $745. A variety of other purchasing options are available on the ticketing website, including hotel packages, ferry passes, and payment plans. Panorama is an all ages event, with children under 2 allowed free admission. Additional information is available from the information website.