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Bonnaroo’s Eclectic Lineup Includes Jay-Z, Weezer, Kid Cudi And More

The organizers of the Tennessee music festival Bonnaroo are making us sweat it out sloooowly by revealing the lineup for this year’s fest one act at a time on their MySpace page. But they’ve finally dribbled out enough names to get us pumped: Jay-Z, Weezer, Kid Cudi, Kings of Leon, Wale, Dave Matthews Band and…

By: Becky Bain / February 9, 2010

The Beastie Boys Would Like You To Ch-Check Out This Year’s All Points West Festival

Tool, the Beastie Boys, and Coldplay will headline this year’s installment of the All Points West Festival—Goldenvoice’s attempt to bring the open-air vibe of Coachella to the East Coast, only with more public-transit-related headaches and people whining about beer limits—which will take place in New Jersey the weekend of July 31. Also on the bill:…

By: Maura / March 30, 2009

Your Personal Live-Music Itineraries: Are They Feeling The Pinch?

Sure, today saw quite a few highly anticipated concerts in the news. But Forbes.com is seeing through those lineup announcements and sellout crowds and forecasting nothing but gloom and doom, thanks to—what else?—recent global economic woes. Layaway plans for pricey festival tickets are just the beginning!

By: Maura / January 30, 2009

The weather forecast for the New York City area, which is hosting a Radiohead-headlined day of C3’s “Coachella East” attempt All Points West and the Boredoms-masterminded 88-drummer extravaganza 88BOADRUM today: 20-30% chance of scattered thunderstorms.

By: Maura / August 8, 2008

Crocs Inc.–the makers of the ugly, yet allegedly very comfortable rubber shoes that are most famously worn by Mario Batali–is trying to hip up its brand. What better way to do that than by sponsoring some music festivals?

By: Maura / March 31, 2008

The Virgin Festival: Finally, A Music Fest Without Jack Johnson On Its Bill (Maybe)

Last year, the Virgin Festival–Richard Branson’s Baltimore concert that featured the Police and the Smashing Pumpkins as headliners, as well as a few talking gnomes–overlapped with Perry Farrell’s slimmed-down-to-one-weekend Lollapalooza*.

By: Maura / February 25, 2008