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Imagine Music Festival returned, marking its fourth year in activity and its second showing at the massive Atlanta Motor Speedway. The fast-growing EDM-centric fest came with some lofty expectations for its production thanks to an unequivocally nasty line-up and the promise of organizational improvements from organizers, IRIS Presents. It was three days chock-full of memorable performances and great people that ultimately solidified Imagine as the veritable torchbearer of Atlanta’s EDM scene.
KAABOO Music Festival returned to Del Mar for its third annual production, bringing a mix of live music and luxury to thousands of pleasure-seeking San Diegans and Southern Californians. To fill the vacuum left behind by San Diego Street Scene, a San Diego cultural staple that ran from 1984 to 2009, KAABOO organizers, headed by founder and CEO Brian Gordon, spared no expense in giving ticket holders a premier festival experience like no other.
Euphoria came and went only to leave us with those all too reliable post festival blues. Dazed and still drifting through the warm hazy afterglow, we’re thrust back into the unavoidable trivialities of the early week slog. Fortunately, there’s a little thing called retrospection to keep the serotonin pumping. In short: the 6th annual Euphoria Camping and Music Festival was fucking dope. Four stages over three days (four days if you count the kick-off party) played host to mesmerizing performances courtesy of some of the biggest names in EDM, indie, and hip-hop.
Thousands flocked to Cool River Ranch outside San Marcos, Texas to get wet and wild for the fourth annual Float Fest. Headlined by ZEDD, Weezer, and Cage the Elephant, the lineup had no shortage of recognizable artists. The slated performances along with the promise of revelry in the sun drew us to the banks of the San Marcos River for two full days of riverside awesomeness.
Tens of thousands flocked to Heber, UT, to participate in the second annual Bonanza Music and Camping Festival. Coming off a successful inaugural year, the multi-genre boutique event bulked up offerings to attendees by adding an extra day, beefing up the lineup, and enhancing the overall size and scale of its production. We were fortunate enough to join in on the experience; one that was chock-full of memorable performances and even more memorable people.
Mountain Jam returned to Hunter Mountain to celebrate its 13th anniversary. Equipped with a lineup of heavy-hitters and the beauty of Upstate New York, the rock-focused event brought festival goers three full days of incredible live music and an ample supply of memorable moments.
65,000 music lovers converged on the tiny rural town of Manchester, Tennessee, for the 16th edition of Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. The epic celebration of everything community, music, art, comedy, and film has become the stuff of legend, but this edition truly kicked it up a notch. Pristine weather, a packed schedule of performances, improvements to the grounds, and an endless supply of high-fives proved to be a winning recipe for a perfect festival getaway.
Hangout Fest did it again in this year. Thanks to a stacked lineup and an oh-so-generous sun (for the most part), our time spent in Gulf Shores, AL, has procured a spot on our most memorable weekends list.
The BUKU Music + Art Project embodied the colorful spirit of NOLA with a diverse lineup of innovative musicians and local creatives that contributed to a celebration of the city's culture. Topped with Deadmau5, Travis $cott, ZHU, and collaborators GrizMatik, the roster of artists BUKU set forth was impressive and dynamic: a creative combination of deep electronic, soulful vocals, upbeat indie, and passionate hip hop set this fest apart from the rest.
Tortuga Music Festival made its fifth return to Fort Lauderdale Beach in lovely South Florida. Thousands flocked to the Atlantic coast to enjoy three days of live music, two-steppin’ in the sand, and sunlit revelry at this extraordinary beach party peppered with a country kick.
Suwanee Hulaween made its fifth annual return to The Spirit of the Suwanee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida this year for four nights and three days of wonderful weirdness. Headlined by its host, The String Cheese Incident, Suwannee brought fans a deep line-up that leaned heavily on the jam-band, electronic, and hip-hop genres. The top of the card was packed with recognizable names like Bassnectar, Ween, Damian Marley, Griz, Run the Jewels, R.L. Grime, Nick Murphy, and Portugal the Man, all supported by a seemingly endless list of talented artists. Based on lineup alone, it was clear that this was a festival spawned from a pure love of music.
SnowGlobe Music Festival rang in the new year with some of the biggest names in EDM. Bundled in winter gear, a sold out crowd converged on the picturesque ski town of South Lake Tahoe for three days of warm libations, magical vibes, and electric beats that shook the Sierra Nevada.