The eighth annual Governor’s Ball Music Festival, a three-day celebration of music, art, food, and entertainment, has announced a live stream available to watch on DIRECTV NOW and a television broadcast presented by AT&T.
Fans will have a chance to watch LIVE performances from Jack White, Post Malone, The Gaslight Anthem, CHVRCHES, Sylvan Esso, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more! (We can’t really stream you the food, sorry.)
Starting today, you can tune in all weekend from 4:45 – 11:00 p.m ET live on Twitter and at ATT.com/GoVBallNYC. DIRECTV/DIRECTV NOW subscribers can also watch special, exclusive performances of headlining acts, behind-the-scene footage, and other bonuses, courtesy of AT&T’s AUDIENCE Network nightly from 8:00 – 11:00 p.m. ET.
Here’s a quick rundown of where you can check out the show each day:
On TV each night from 8:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. ET via the AT&T AUDIENCE Network (DIRECTV Ch 239, AT&T U-verse Ch 1114, as well as streaming on DIRECTV NOW)
This summer marks the eighth annual edition of New York City’s Governors Ball Music Festival. Featuring performances from Eminem, Jack White, Travis Scott, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Governors Ball 2018 also boasts a lineup of 65+ artists including Halsey, N.E.R.D., Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem (Performing The ‘59 Sound), Post Malone, Silk City (Diplo + Mark Ronson), and many more!
Seattle Center; Seattle, WA
Friday, September 2nd – Sunday, September 4th, 2016
Written by Kelsey Rzepecki
Lineup: Headliners included Death Cab for Cutie, Tame Impala, KYGO, and of course, Seattle’s very own, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis who put on a lengthy 2 hour set. Other mentionable artists included: Pretty Lights, ZHU, Explosions In The Sky, Bryson Tiller, G-Eazy, Third Eye Blind, Fetty Wap, Halsey, and Tyler, The Creator.
I was also pleasantly impressed by many of the lesser known local bands reigning from Seattle such as: Rabbit Wilde, The Flavr Blue, and Shaprece; all incredibly talented acts. A
In just a few weeks, the sixth annual Village Voice 4Knots Music Festival will take place at South Street Seaport from 1pm to 8pm! Oh yeah, and did we mention it’s free? The festival features acts Guided By Voices, The Strumbellas, Car Seat Headrest, and Mild High Club to name a few. This year, the festival will also include a third stage featuring DJ sets throughout the day and in between band sets!
Check out the full line-up for 4Knots below and check out our coverage from last year’s festival here!
Guided By Voices
Car Seat Headrest
Promised Land Sound
Mild High Club
If you’re asking yourself, ‘wait – I thought it was called South By So What?!,’ you are correct. The music festival is back for it’s ninth year under the new name So What?! and will be taking place on March 19th and 20th at Quiktrip Park in Grand Prairie, TX. The lineup so far is pretty damn incredible, including acts Underoath, New Found Glory, Bayside, Blessthefall, State Champs, Saosin, and more!
Tickets are $50 for both Saturday and Sunday, but fans can also purchase a 2-day weekend pass for only $75! In addition, there will be three different VIP packages: –VIP Star Package is $150 and includes: 2-day VIP ticket, limited edition festival poster, t-shirt, 3D Laminate, Souvenir 3D ticket, early entry, full access to the pre/after party, and meet and greet! –VIP Rockstar Package is $250 and includes: 2-day VIP ticket, main stage VIP viewing area with private bathrooms, limited edition festival poster, t-shirt, 3D Laminate, Souvenir 3D ticket, early entry, vip area access, full access to the pre/after party, and So What?! Festival water bottle –VIP Superstar Package is $350 and includes: 2-day VIP ticket, main stage VIP viewing area with private bathrooms, limited edition festival poster, t-shirt, 3D Laminate, Souvenir 3D ticket, early entry, vip area access, full access to the pre/after party, So What?! Festival water bottle, parking in front lot just steps from entry gate and exclusive parking pass air freshener!
Below you can find the full list of artists that have been announced so far and which date they will be performing at!
Saturday, March 19th: New Found Glory, Bayside, Neck Deep, State Champs, Real
Friends, Blessthefall, Escape The Fate, Knuckle Puck, Citizen, This Wild Life,
Emery, Turnover, New Years Day, Have Mercy, Hundredth, 7 Minutes In Heaven, A
Will Away, Bad Luck, Bonfires, Capture The Crown, Currents, Ghost Key, Hotel
Books, Like Pacific, Major League, Mariner, Milk Teeth, Movements, My Only Safe
Haven, Myka Relocate, Outline In Color, Radio City, Seasons Change, Seaway,
SECRETS, Silent Planet, Sorority Noise, Too Close To Touch
Sunday, March 20th: Underoath, The Devil Wears Prada, Saosin
w/Anthony Green, Beartooth, The Word Alive, Born of Osiris, Zao, The
Contortionist, I See Stars, Stray From The Path, He Is Legend, Emarosa, Being
As An Ocean, ’68, Artifex Pereo, Assuming We Survive, Covet with Yvette Young,
Cruel Hand, Currents, Hazing, Kingdom of Giants, Little Envy, Monuments, Rarity
Stolas, The CMDWN, The Ongoing Concept, The Plot In You, Tides of Man
The Second Annual Four Chord Music Festival has been announced for next month and we’ve got to say…the line up is pretty incredible. With tickets only starting at $34, the multi-stage festival will take place on December 13th at Xtaza Nightclub in Pittsburgh, PA and will include a lineup of 15 artists including Yellowcard, Hit The Lights, and Anti-Flag! Sponsored by Substream, all VIP packages to the festival will include a complimentary one-year subscription.
Check out the full line up below! To pick up tickets, click here.
Four Chord Music Festival Lineup: Yellowcard Anti-Flag Citizen Hit The Lights Masked Intruder The Spacepimps Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties Patent Pending Survay Says! Harbour Head Injuries Drop The Act Check Engine Light Look Out Loretta Cynimatics
It was phenomenal weather for the always-raining Seattle, WA and Bumbershoot 2014 was hands down one of the most incredible experiences of my life. I was able to enjoy the luxuries of a three-day pass to scope out both old and new artists. The experience as a whole can be best described as breathtaking – I say this because between all of the walking, my breath was literally gone (not to mention how many “wooo’s” and “you’re amazing’s” were screamed out after each outstanding performance). I ended the weekend with no voice, sore legs, and a giant grin.
For those who may not be familiar, Bumbershoot is a festival hosted around the Seattle Center in Washington, which highlights a variety of different artists, comedians, and other performers. It is a HUGE deal over on the west coast and people all over come to be swept up in the action. (Fun fact – bumbershoot actually means umbrella…does anyone else see the connection here? no? …okay, moving on.) Here at Lucy Out Loud, we had the chance to cover the festival for the first time(!!!) and this was not only an opportunity for us to get some west coast coverage, but it was also a way to check out even more artists we’ve never heard of or posted about before!
Though the festival also included some great comedic performances, we focused more on the musical side of the festival and took some time enjoying awesome live acts! Our musical favorites from the festival included The Lonely Forest, Hook ‘N Sling, and Young Karin. Their performances were phenomenal and their crowds were screaming for an encore – what more could you ask for?
In between the chaos that is a music festival, we also had the chance to sit down and chat for a bit with a handful of bands and artists who were scheduled to perform. All of who were ecstatic to sit down and talk to us about their future goals, beginnings, and share their enthusiasm for being at Bumbershoot!
This experience left us with some new musical favorites as well as some exclusive interview teasers. And to continue with the festival coverage we’ve been posting lately, starting tomorrow we’ll be giving you guys a daily dose of Bumbershoot interviews with artists including Gregory Alan Isakov, Kins, Young Blood Hawke, Campfire OK, and La Luz!
Keep your eyes peeled and let us know if you attended the festival – if so, what were your thoughts and experiences?!
The inaugural Fashion Meets Music Festival kicked off this past Labor Day weekend in the Columbus, OH area. Music and fashion have intermingled for a long time and there are many musicians who even create their own clothing lines and brands. FMMF set out to provide the best of fashion and music and although these two didn’t necessarily mesh over the weekend, there were plenty of activities for each respectively.
There were well over 100+ plus performances throughout the festival with concerts on three main stages along with after party shows at local bars/clubs in the downtown Arena District. For the fashionistas in attendance there were fashion seminars held by Project Runway alum Kelli Martin and Althea Harper, runway stages and a retail marketplace.
The music lineup was filled with a variety of different genres, but seemed to mostly contain indie/alternative artists. One of the highlights at festivals for me is discovering new music that I haven’t heard before. A few of the artists that stood out the most to me were NGHBRS, Envoi and empires. Each band brought a lot of energy to the stage and left me wanting to hear more of their music.
Overall FMMF brought in a fair amount of concert goers with numbers increasing later in the night for the main headlining acts: O.A.R and Local Natives (Friday), Circa Survive and Switchfoot (Saturday), New Found Glory and Cold War Kids (Sunday). The drawback of the headlining performances was the overlapping set times (with one headliner starting 15 minutes after the other) which didn’t allow festival goers to see full sets of both bands if they wished.
Besides the fashion and music, FMMF also offered a couple of other extras. A variety of food trucks, vendors and sponsor booths were available to the public. There were also some fun activities that included ferris wheel rides and ziplining.
Since FMMF is an up and coming festival there is room for a few improvements, but overall it was a very fun weekend full of great music. I think it has the potential to develop over a few years and become a very successful festival that people will look forward to attending every year.
For our photos from the festival, please click here!
– Written by Caitlyn Willard
Who: Parachute, Vacationer, Switchfoot What: Fashion Meets Music Festival, Part 3 When & Where: 8/29/14 – 8/31/14, Columbus Convention Center; Columbus, OH By: Caitlyn Willard