Tag: Electronic
Bottoms Up Ultra Music Festival JamFeed 2018

Bottoms Up: Ultra Music Festival

The sun is shining and the weather is warm. That sounds like there’s no finer activity than a music festival. With that said, let us direct your attention to the biggest dance meetup this side east of the Mississippi. Ultra Music Festival returns for its grand 20th anniversary, shining bigger and brighter than ever. In […]

Phoenix Lights 2018 Presale Announcement

The Festival Fistful: Phoenix Lights

With the finale of 2017, a new year has risen. With the arrival of warm weather in 2018, as audiophiles, we are ready for new music and festival season. Phoenix Lights is ready to bring the feeling to us with renewed passion. It’s brought to you by Relentless Beats out of the sunny Arizona desert […]

Decadence Colorado 2017 New Years Eve Recap

Decadence Colorado 2017: Recap

Decadence? More like DecaDANCE! Ha. But seriously, the 2017 run of Decadence CO was one for the history books. Two nights flush to the weekend, with NYE on a Sunday to ensure everyone got Monday to recover. A weekend filled with beautiful brilliant music from a killer lineup, lush lights, and general merriment. Boasting a […]

Phoenix Lights 2018 Presale Announcement

Phoenix Lights Announces 2018 Presale

Get prepared to go interstellar in the desert when Phoenix Lights Festival returns to Arizona on April 7 & 8, 2018.  Presale tickets will be available for as low as $109 starting Friday December 15th at 10AM at PhoenixLightsFest.com

The Bishops Take Over Their First ACL Fest

ACL Festival 2017 was a special one for The Bishops. Growing up in Austin, they had all attended many years of the festival as fans, but this time they all got to experience the festival as artists for the first time.  They even had their mom up their with them supporting from backstage as her […]

Bottoms Up: Austin City Limits

While we often buy tickets to see our favorite musicians, festivals offer the perfect opportunity to broaden our music schemas and fall in love with new artists. Festivals feature both the biggest names in music (and on the lineup) and artists that are on the brink of greatness (and just a little bit further down […]