A full catalog of photos from the festival can be found here. The first night of Riot Fest 2019 set a high bar for the rest of the festival, just for it to be repeatedly jumped right over throughout the weekend, with no hesitation. The festival was celebrating its 15th birthday and it made sure … Continue reading Riot Fest Celebrates 15 Years!
Ottawa’s festival season has been growing rapidly over the last decade and Mill Street’s Hopped & Confused festival is just one example of how with this growth, the city and festival organizers have not lost sight of keeping Ottawa’s festival standards top-notch. DINE ALONE RECORDS & MILL STREET BREWERY Dine Alone Records, in partnership with Mill Street Brewery really … Continue reading Hopped & Confused 2019
Levitation festival is celebrating its ninth anniversary in 2016 and what a year it’s going to be! The Carson Creek Ranch in Austin will be packed from April 29 to May 1 with memorable performances from Brian Wilson, who is set to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beach Boys’ classic album Pet Sounds by performing it in … Continue reading The Black Angels’ Alex Maas on the evolution of Levitation Festival
Since 2003, The House of PainT festival of Urban Arts and Culture has been bringing artists and lovers of the craft together in our nations capital, as a wonderful salute to the summer months. While back then it was solely 150 people, it has grown to an expected 10,000 for this year’s upcoming festival, with 7,000 in attendance … Continue reading House of PainT Connecting the People and the Culture
TD Echo Beach was lucky enough to be the kick off venue for the Fat Wrecked for 25 years tour, with the first show hitting the stage Thursday. NOFX is accompanied by Lagwagon, Swingin' Utters, Flatliners, Masked Intruder, ToyGuitar and for some of the later shows, Bad Cop/Bad Cop to celebrate the 25th anniversary of … Continue reading Fat Wrecked for 25 years at TD Echo Beach review
Amnesia Rockfest is celebrating its 10th year and does not disappoint, with another can’t miss line-up. It all kicks off tonight in Montebello, Québec. Rockfest has made some remarkable progress since it began in 2005, with unbelievable headliners and remarkable influences. At the beginning, it was just a young music lover’s dream, to bring … Continue reading Amnesia Rockfest Preview – Montebello festival turns 10… my how you’ve grown!
From bright blue skies, to the downpour of rain and thunderstorms, the weather went hand in hand with the festival. One moment people were rocking out to Father John Misty and the next, Dan Mangan & Blacksmith were getting them ready for a nap. Although there were ups and downs, that’s not to say that it wasn’t a fun … Continue reading Field Trip 2015 – Sunday review
Nas will headline Saturday night at Osheaga 2015 Osheaga is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year! With 117 headliners of a variety of genres, it promises to be a wicked mid-summer festival for all different types of people. Let’s hope the sun shines bright all the way through! Where? Osheaga is held on the beautiful, … Continue reading Osheaga 2015 weekend preview – Montreal festival turns 10 this year
Neil Young will headline Wayhome bringing the message from his new album The Monsanto Years Summer is almost here and for music lovers, that means the best season of all – festival season! Long live indie is our motto and Way Home brings that to life from July 24-26, with some of the biggest independent artists … Continue reading WayHome festival preview – Neil Young to headline the biggest festival in Ontario this summer