Marcelo Burlon has created the Fondazione, a charitable organization which is in collaboration with C2C, the music festival which will be broadcast on dice.fm.
Marcelo Burlon has created the Fondazione, a charitable organization which is in collaboration with C2C, the music festival which will be broadcast on dice.fm.
Marcelo Burlon, the creative brain behind the eponymous Milan-based fashion brand and event organizer for brands like Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Raf Simons, has just launched the Fondazione Marcelo Burlon.
The private, non-profit organization focuses on the protection and support of human, civil and political rights and supports cultural and gender minorities. In addition to all these causes, its focal point is to propose educational initiatives as a solution.
The first intercultural multidisciplinary experience created by the Foundation is a collaboration with C2C Festival.
This interactive and immersive evening was filmed by each guest with a VCR which was handed over by Burlon upon everyone’s arrival. All of the video footage was brought together and mastered into a comprehensive cinematic experience by Weirdcore, the London-based digital audiovisual mastermind and longtime Aphex Twim collaborator.
The most anticipated event is the one to come. September 27e will mark the unveiling of this special film project.
The festival is visible from 27e by anyone who donates, and all donations will go to one of the Foundation’s causes: the transgender shelter, Casa Marcella.
MILWAUKEE – About half as many people attended Summerfest this year compared to 2019, as the already postponed music festival struggled under the weight of the persistent COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to contain the spread of the virus among festival-goers, staff and artists.
The festival released this year’s attendance figures on Wednesday. Organizers said 409,386 fans attended the 9-day festival. This is compared to the 718,144 people who attended the 2019 release.
Another declining figure this year is the number of musicians playing at the festival. Organizers said just over 800 musicians performed. That is compared to over 2,000 performers in 2019. The last Summerfest lasted two days longer than this year’s version. Summerfest took place in spurts this year between September 2 and 18.
The organizers saw this year’s render as a test that few other festivals could put together.
“As one of the few national music festivals to take place this year, Summerfest has made it an unforgettable September by fulfilling its mission of providing a world-class outdoor music experience at a low price for its fans.” , organizer of Summerfest, Milwaukee World Festival. announced in the press release on Wednesday.
“Considering several important factors impacting the festival, including the move to September, the emergence of the Delta variant, the addition of new entry protocols, the loss of public transport and the rainy weekend. On Labor Day, Summerfest attendance was lower than in previous years, totaling 409,386 fans over the nine-day race, ”said the organizer.
Writer Martine Paris attended the BottleRock music festival in California with a compound press pass.
The event has become a mecca for venture capitalists, startup founders and tech executives.
Attendees included executives from Epic Games, Samsung and Warner Brothers Interactive.
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Nestled among the vine-covered hills of Napa Valley in northern California is a music festival that has become a mecca for venture capitalists, startup founders, and tech executives.
Over the Labor Day weekend, BottleRock, with its proximity to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, drew in a crowd of techies who typically flock to Burning Man this time of year – but with canceled events. due to the ongoing pandemic, many have chosen to meet in wine country instead.
“There appear to be a number of factors that have led the industry to converge on BottleRock, largely related to its’ COVID-safer ‘location, decadent food and Guns N’ Roses Slash,” Steve Ross, executive director of business development at Warner Brothers Interactive who attended BottleRock for the first time this year, told Insider.
The producer’s precautions around COVID-19 – with 96% providing proof of vaccination and the rest showing a negative coronavirus test – seem to have paid off. Two weeks after the festival, which saw around 40,000 people per day, was held, no BottleRock-related outbreaks have been reported, Becky Craig, deputy executive director of Napa County, told Insider.
On the higher end of costs, BottleRock offers $ 100,000-per-day suites with access to a platinum Soho House-style clubhouse, which serves Michelin-starred bites, rare wines, and the best bubbles one can find. can sip.
But for a fraction of the price, at $ 1,599 per person for a three-day pass, there’s Skydeck, an outdoor canopy lounge with elevated views and wine bars located on the two main stages that some tech executives prefer.
Capcom COO Rob Dyer was there along with a dozen video game colleagues.
“We usually catch up at industry shows, but that hasn’t been possible over the past two years due to the pandemic, so we decided to meet here,” he said. “It was great to see everyone.”
David Stelzer, director of licenses at the creator of “Fortnite”
Epic games , spent a few days in the Marriott Suite, which, for the same price as Skydeck, offered renowned dishes from top chefs, handcrafted cocktails, and comfy seating to watch the main stage in comfort.
“I’ve wanted to come for years but always had another event. This time it worked,” he told Insider.
Perhaps the biggest draw was the myriad of music on display, with over 80 bands spanning the gamut of genres, from the psychedelic soul of the Black Pumas to the disco dance of the Village People. Along with the spectacle of headliners like Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion, exciting new groups like MUNA from Los Angeles, Hoko from New York and White Reaper from Louisville.
“I was very impressed with the artist’s discovery here,” Fernando Vasconez, director of business development at Samsung, told Insider. “We bumped into an amazing DJ last night and had a blast.”
“BottleRock is great because there is something for everyone,” Ben Black, CEO of Akkadian Ventures, an investor in Palantir and Uber, told Insider. “Plus the food is amazing.”
Serial entrepreneur Doug Dalton toured Bob Lee, a sponsor of investment firms SV Angel and SignalFire, and stumbled upon singers Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun behind the scenes. “It’s a real treat to be able to enjoy festivals again,” he told Insider. “I love to see how much the artists and the audience have missed each other.”
I attended the three day festival with a compound press pass. Here is what I found:
Ranked one of the 25 coolest film festivals in the world in 2017 by MovieMaker magazine, the eighth annual Jerome independent film and music festival is scheduled to take place Thursday through Sunday, September 23-26, according to a press release. .
Set in America’s largest ghost town, the Jerome Indie Film and Music Festival looks for new ways to “surprise our guests” each year.
“We are nervous, unexpected and always looking for ways to surprise our guests,” said Toni Ross, spokesperson for the film festival. “Every year, we look for ups and downs all over Jérôme to show independent films in the most unexpected places. We screened films on a train, in a haunted gold mine, inside vineyards, in surprise residences on top of a hill, in the basement hallway of a century-old high school and in the interior of rustic buildings throughout Jérôme.
For the eighth edition of the Jerome Indie Film and Music Festival, guests will be presented with several new and extraordinary events including the Bartlett Concert and the Liberty Theater Showcase where Sweetwater Strings will perform ACDC, Led Zeppelin and other metallic sounds on their strings. They will also perform iconic film themes.
Guests will then head to the Liberty Theater to watch a short presentation of independent films. Virgin Cheese, the film festival’s new partner, will be offering decadent cheeses to guests of this event and desserts will be provided after the short film is shown inside the Liberty Theater.
The festival hosts the first Mad Hatter Tea Party on Sunday September 26 in a Jerome Secret Garden where guests can enjoy live music while enjoying sandwiches, mouth-watering cheeses provided by Virgin Cheese, decadent desserts and of course spectacular teas. Guests are encouraged to wear Mad Hatter themed outfits or don a funky hat.
A special showing on Saturday September 25 is “Firestorm ’77”. Verde Valley firefighters are invited to this screening for free, plus a 0 guest. Survivors of the fire will lead a panel after the film.
Film synopsis: A combination of hurricane-force winds and the slamming of a utility pole sets off the Honda Canyon fire at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., In the early morning hours of December 20, 1977. Over a thousand people made up professional firefighters and military personnel fighting the fire. The aberrant winds would increase to over a hundred miles an hour, making the shooting almost impossible.
As everyone knows, Jerome is known as America’s greatest ghost town and fans of horror and suspense will surely be delighted to see “Scare Us”, which will be screened inside the Liberty Theater on Saturday. September 25.
Synopsis: A spooky horror anthology comprising five short stories, written by an unlikely group of budding writers, in Sugarton – a small town plagued by the apparent return of an infamous serial killer, nicknamed “Cutthroat”. They have come to share their spooky stories (with each other and with the owner of the bookstore, Peter, who runs the group), but soon find out that they have become the stars of the twisted story of a sick killer.
We can’t forget to talk about the film festival’s flagship event, the Wicked Wild West Cinema Train, which this year is sponsored by El Toreo Mexican Food Restaurant in Clarkdale.
Customers who purchase this pass will enjoy a four-hour train ride during which they listen to live music performed by Scott Jeffers in the exterior car, followed by a short presentation of films about the interior car.
Moviemaker Magazine chose the Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival as one of the coolest film festivals in the world in 2017 and cited the train as one of the main reasons. No other film festival in the world shows films on a train.
The train departs from the Verde Canyon Railroad on Saturday, September 25 at 1 p.m.
“We encourage anyone who takes the train to dine at El Toreo after delicious Mexican food and the best margaritas in the Verde Valley,” said Ross.
This year, the festival’s founders decided to cut the cost of single tickets by 50%, including all the financial hardship COVID-19 has caused over the past year and a half. Single tickets now cost only $ 8.
“We really want to encourage people to go out and soak up the culture while saving money,” Ross said.
As always, residents of Jerome, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Cornville and Camp Verde receive 25% off Saloon, Cowboy and Blacksmith passes with proof of residency.
Tickets are now on sale at jeromefilmfestival.com.
The festival is looking for local volunteers. Anyone interested, please contact Doreen at [email protected] Our volunteers always have a great time volunteering and becoming members of our festival, but they also enjoy many benefits, including free.
Information provided by the Jerome Indie Film and Music Festival.
One of the scenes from a previous edition of the Goldrush Music Festival.
Luis Colato / Relentless Beats
Good things happen to those who wait, as they say. Just ask the local electronic dance music fans who have spent over 18 months wanting to attend a full-fledged music festival in the valley.
They will make their wish come true this weekend when the Goldrush Music Festival takes place at Rawhide Western Town in Chandler. The massive three-day EDM event hosted by local promoter Relentless Beats, the largest since the pandemic, is scheduled for Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 in the park. Like its meeting place, the festival is on the theme of the Wild West and will offer a lot of kitsch.
It will also feature sets from over 60 different EDM artists, producers and DJs, including Mad Decent Diplo founder, future bass / trap king Illenium, trance trio Above & Beyond, dubstep artist Jauz and duo deep house Zeds Dead.
Along with all the beatsling, Goldrush will also offer a mix of attractions, from carnival rides and circus performers to western themed activities and even comedy and karaoke sessions.
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What else is in store for this year’s festival? Check out our comprehensive guide, which offers everything you need to know.
When and where will the festival take place?
Goldrush will take place from Friday September 24 to Sunday September 26 at Rawhide Western Town, 5700 West North Loop Road in Chandler. Doors open at 5 p.m. each evening and music will continue until 2 a.m.
How much does it cost to attend?
General admission is $ 99 per day or $ 289 for the entire festival. VIP passes, which include faster entry, a souvenir lanyard, and access to exclusive viewing areas and lounges, cost $ 179 per day or $ 529 for the weekend. Platinum admission will set you back $ 399 per person, per day, or $ 1,099 for the festival and will offer the same perks as VIP, plus a gift bag, a steakhouse dinner and the chance to rub shoulders with DJs and access to a special scene. viewing area.
Where can I collect my tickets?
An off-site ticket booth will be located at Phoenix Premium Outlets, 4976 Premium Outlets Way in Chandler, where attendees can redeem general admission tickets for wristbands. Hours are 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, September 21 and Wednesday, September 22; 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, September 23; and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, September 24. Anyone who cannot show up during these hours (or who is on the guest list or who has purchased Platinum and VIP tickets) will need to check in at the counters located in Rawhide.
Are there any age limits?
Goldrush Music Festival is an over 18 event and you must be at least 21 to buy or drink alcohol.
What will the weather be ?
Temperatures will be in the ’90s when the doors open before dropping down to the mid’ 70s as the evening wears on. We suggest that you bring a hoodie, light jacket, or furry clothes.
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Diplo is scheduled to perform on Sunday September 26 at the 2021 Goldrush Music Festival.
What’s the best way to do this?
If driving, take Interstate 10 West to Exit 162 (Wild Horse Pass Boulevard / Sundust Road), turn right at the light and follow signs to direct to parking lot.
How much does parking cost?
It’s $ 10 per vehicle to park in the Rawhide parking lot.
How will it be to get inside?
An ID is required to collect your festival bracelet, which cannot be removed if you are coming for several days. Security will carry out bag checks, pat-downs and checks on each customer upon entry.
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A map of the festival (click top right to enlarge).
Will lockers be available?
Yes. A number of lockers will be available for a three-day rental for $ 75 each and are located inside the festival grounds.
Will food and drink be available for purchase?
Yes. Several bars (including those in the VIP area) will hand out libations of beer, wine and spirits. Meanwhile, Rawhide’s restaurants and concession stands will feature dishes of the quick and casual variety, including burgers, fries, sandwiches, pizza, and other options.
What will the water situation be like?
Sealed bottles of H2O will be available for sale from suppliers. Charging stations will be installed at several locations throughout the festival and Camelbak style water bags and empty water bottles of a reusable or disposable nature are permitted.
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Illenium will perform on Friday September 24 at the Goldrush Music Festival.
What will the schedule look like?
DJs and EDM artists will perform on three themed stages – Golden Gorge, Tumbleweed Park and The Hidedout – located around Rawhide. Relentless Beats has not announced any set times or stage assignments at the time of writing, but the daily breakdown of when each artist will perform is as follows.
saturday 25 september Above & Beyond, Ace Aura, Anatta, Chris Lorenzo, Wax Motif, Cray, Decimate, District13, Dombresky, EDX, Getter, Gorgon City, Kill The Noise, Kyle Walker, Medicine Mike, Monxx, NGHTMRE, Noizu, Omnom, Tony Romera , Trampa, Troyboi and Zedd
Sunday September 26 Autograf, Avitas, Col en V noir, Cloonee, Clozee, Dabin, Diplo, Grackle Beats, Green Velvet, Inzo, Kai Wachi, LSDream, Mize, Moore Kismet, Peachy Keen, Player Dave, Sidepiece, Vintage Culture, Walker & Royce, Westend, Zeds Dead and GRiZ
Will there be any non-musical attractions at the festival?
Yes. According to Relentless Beats, there will be carnival rides and other attractions spread across the festival grounds. Good to know: The Six Gun Performance Theater will offer comedy shows, magic shows, stunts and karaoke sessions. Performers from the Italian family circus Zoppe will roam the area near The Hideout stage and various cannabis vendors and dispensaries will help put the weed in Tumbleweed Park. A Moonshiner’s Art Walk and silent nightclub are also planned.
Are there any pre-parties?
Yeah. The Space Yacht Goldrush Pre-Party will take place at 9pm on Thursday, September 23 at the Sunbar, 24 West Fifth Street in Tempe. DJs scheduled to perform include Arius, Nazaar and Saka. A secret headliner will also be revealed during the event. Tickets cost $ 22.
What should I bring?
A good attitude, to begin with. Don’t forget your ID, comfortable shoes and a fully charged cell phone. Clear bags measuring a maximum of 15 inches by 15 inches will be permitted. Lighters are acceptable, as are sealed cigarette packs. Ditto for sealed tampons, gum and lip balm. Oh, and make sure you wear a costume.
What should I not bring?
Forget to bring weapons, wallet chains, fireworks, pets, bulky or non-transparent bags, chairs, or anything else that is disruptive, destructive or dangerous.
Detroit City Distillery and D. Cipher are collaborating to welcome “Rock the Block”, this Thursday, September 23, at the distillery from 5 pm to midnight.
The free street music and fundraising festival is dedicated to supporting the Detroit music community and its contribution to the city’s culture and nightlife. The event will take place outside of 2462 Riopelle St. in Eastern Market with live bands, DJs, visual arts and local vendors.
Two Detroit DJs, Blaaqgold and Donavan Glover, will team up to headline the festival alongside Detroit-raised, Los Angeles-based DJ House Shoes. The NLR Experience and BC Keez are planning a jam session with musicians from Detroit featuring hip-hop, jazz, soul, funk and rock. Legendary J Hearns will open the festival.
“Since our inception, we’ve been deeply committed to supporting our local community of musicians,” said Nique Love Rhodes, co-founder of D.Cipher. “This block party is a celebration of the return of live music this summer and is a way to continue our efforts to advance a strong music economy here in the city.”
D.Cipher serves as an amplifier within the music community – connecting musicians with resources to develop their careers and connect communities to music by activating cultural centers with live music.
They do this by providing musicians in Detroit with paid performance opportunities, artist workshops and masterclasses, as well as jam sessions and networking opportunities. The organization is opening a co-working space for musicians which will include a rehearsal space and production labs that will serve as a place where they can meet and collaborate.
Rhodes notes that the coronavirus pandemic illustrated the importance of infrastructure within Detroit’s (and national) music industry. “A lot of musicians lost money because they weren’t able to perform, so they had to look to other sources of income. There were grant opportunities for other art forms, but there weren’t many resources for musicians to supplement their lost income at the time.
Funds raised by the festival will help D. Cipher provide resources and opportunities for the Detroit music community, including a sound hub for musicians.
“D. Cipher has invested just over $ 50,000 directly into the pockets of Detroit musicians,” Rhodes said. “This work is important and essential to our community. It enlivens the culture and soul of the city. Can you imagine Detroit without music or without the musical contributions the city has made to the world? ”
“The music community is vital to who we are as a city. ”
Cocktails will be available for purchase from the Detroit City Distillery, food from the Midnight Temple and Soo Fraiche Grill, and art, music and clothing from a host of local vendors.
Instead of loading the blanket, D. Cipher asks for donations to either online or via CashApp $ dciphermusic. All donations will support D. Cipher’s mission to build a more sustainable music economy.
D.Cipher’s “Rock the Block” is made possible with support from Detroit City Distillery, Midnight Temple, Red Bull Detroit, District 5 and Black Leaders of Detroit.
After two days and dozens of legendary performances, the eleventh annual iHeartRadio Music Festival hosted by Ryan Seacrest wrapped up on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with unforgettable performances by Billie Eilish, Cheap Trick, Coldplay, Darius Rucker , Dua Lipa, FINNEAS, J. Cole, Journey, Khalid, Lil Baby, Nelly, Sam Hunt and Weezer, with special guests Florida Georgia Line, Walker Hayes and more!
The iconic weekend concert event featured the biggest names in music of all genres on the main stage at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the evenings of September 17-18, and on stage Daytime of the iHeartRadio Music Festival presented by Samsung Galaxy on Saturday afternoon at AREA15, which included performances by Olivia Rodrigo, The Kid Laroi, Saweetie, All Time Low, 24KGoldn, Russell Dickerson, Yungblud, Gabby Barrett, Tate McRae and Conan Gray .
Throughout a summer’s on-air and online promotion, lucky listeners to iHeartMedia radio station across the country received an exciting trip to Las Vegas to experience the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival. absent fans, Big Boy, Bobby Bones and Tanya Rad of iHeartRadio hosted a live behind-the-scenes show with exclusive interviews broadcast on iHeartMedia radio stations across the country in over 150 markets and on iHeartRadio.
The CW Network exclusively broadcast both nights of the festival via CWTV.com and The CW App, and will air a two-night TV special on October 2 and 3 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET / PT. Fans can stream the iHeartRadio daytime scene presented by Samsung Galaxy on LiveXLive.com and the LiveXLive app.
Highlights of the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival and Daytime Stage:
· Dua Lipa started on Friday night by giving everyone a dose of Nostalgia for the future. She had everyone standing and dancing to hits like “Physical”, “New Rules”, “Love Again”, “Levitating” and more. Later that evening, Ryan Seacrest interrupted the show to award Dua an iHeartRadio Titanium award for “Levitation.” The Titanium Award celebrates songs that have reached a billion viewers on iHeartRadio stations.
Cheap tip gave everyone a trip down memory lane with performances of their biggest hits over the years including “I Want You to Want Me”, “Dream Police” and “Surrender”.
Walker hayes, one of the most recent additions to the all-star lineup of the iHeartRadio Music Festival, blackmailed everyone about Applebee on a date and Oreo rocked with his famous hit song TikTok ” Fancy Like “.
· FINNEAS, who is releasing his first album, Optimistic, next month premiered the project with his iHeartRadio Music Festival set, rocking the house with his closing song “The 90s”. His slower track, “A Concert Six Months From Now,” featured the artist’s passionate voice,
Darius rucker Not only did he perform some of his country hits like his wellness summer anthem “Beers and Sunshine”, but he brought Hootie and the Blowfish back with “Only Wanna Be With You” and “Hold My Hand”. And what could be more iconic than ending with fan favorite “Wagon Wheel?” “
Weezer rocked the house with a career-spanning ensemble including timeless classics like “Beverly Hills”, “Hash Pipe”, “Holiday in the Sun”, their Toto cover of “Africa”, “Say It Ain’t So “and” Buddy Holly, “all with Rivers Cuomo in an iconic mullet and mustache.
· J. Cole, fresh off the basketball court, took to the stage to perform songs including “London Low to interpret their collaboration “The Jackie”.
nelly, with special guests Florida Georgia Line, ended the first night of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in an epic fashion by taking audiences on a journey through many hit songs. Nelly rocked the crowd with tracks like “EI”, “Where The Party At” and “Air Force Ones”, before releasing Florida Georgia Line for “Cruise” and “Lil Bit”.
24kGold was the first to take the stage of the day at the iHeartRadio Music Festival presented by Samsung Galaxy. The rapper performed his hit “Valentino”, giving fans a taste of live instruments to accompany the lyrics to the chart-topping hit that mixes rock, country and trap. 24kGoldn was also among this year’s winners of the iHeartRadio Titanium award.
Russell dickerson immediately brought a lot of energy to the daytime scene, launching his upbeat set with his 2017 hit song “Every Little Thing”. Additionally, on the main stage on Friday night, Russell Dickerson introduced Darius Rucker.
Tate McRae opened her set with “All My Friends Are Fake”, the second single from her debut EP All the things that I never said. She joined her dancers to show some moves while giving the crowd a performance of “Bad Ones” from her EP Too young to be sad, which fell earlier this year.
Conan Gray became introspective on the daytime scene, asking the crowd if they’re in love before admitting he never was. Her set included the post-breakup track “Maniac”, “Astronomy”, “People Watching” and her mega-viral hit “Heather”.
Gabby Barrett kicked off her set with “The Good Ones,” singing her husband, fellow musician and American Idol alumnus, Cade Foehner, on guitar. The day before her performance on the Daytime Stage, she released the music video for “Footprints on the Moon”, the latest single from her highly anticipated debut album. Gold mine.
Yungblud rocked the stage in a see-through black shirt, crop top and leather skirt, standing over the speakers as the crowd jumped on her set, which included “Strawberry Lipstick”, “parents” and “fleabag”.
Lower than everThe ensemble was the perfect blend of their latest hits, like “Once in a Lifetime”, and nostalgic flashbacks, including their 2007 hit “Dear Maria, Count Me In”, an iconic track that came to life. turned into a viral TikTok trend earlier this year.
Saweetie brought Icy Queen’s much needed energy to the daytime scene, where temperatures soared to 95 degrees. After revealing that she had struggled with wardrobe issues backstage, she hit all of her choreography performing songs like “Back Seat”, “Tap In” and “Best Friend”.
Olivia rodrigo closed the Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival presented by Samsung Galaxy. Coming out with the greatest joy of the day, she embarked on “Brutal”, followed by the hits “Driver’s License”, “Good For U” and more. She revealed to the crowd that this was her very first show, a moment celebrated with a nod to her family, tears from her fans and an explosion of confetti.
Billie Eilish opened the second and final evening of the iHeartRadio Music Festival alongside his brother and collaborator FINNEAS to the choirs. His performance, one of his first since the release of his second album Happier than ever, got the crowd dancing to tracks like “Bad Guy”, “Oxytocin” and “Everything I Wanted”.
Sam hunt started a huge, arena-sized “House Party” before opening up to the public on feelings of nostalgia over the past year and a half with her latest single “23”. His set included a mashup of two of his hit singles, “Breakup in a Small Town” and “Drinkin ‘Too Much”.
Cold game produced a dream set that mixed classics like “Vida La Vida” and “Fix You” with more recent tracks like “Human Heart” and “Higher Power”. The group ended their larger-than-life set with confetti falling from the ceiling.
little baby transformed the main stage into an icy white wonderland, performing his infamous Drake’s “Wants and Needs” verse, as well as fan favorite tracks “Drip Too Hard” and “On Me,” Lil Baby then released a team of TikTok dancers to accompany their 2020 anthem “Woah”.
Khalid, celebrating her first show since 2019, gave nothing less than her usual “Free Spirit” energy. He became sentimental while performing “Location”, acknowledging how the song changed his life. He then brought out the performer from Daytime Stage Tate McRae to perform their successful summer anthem, “working”.
Journey closed the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival with an epic performance. The legendary band kicked off their setlist with “Separate Ways” and “Anyway You Want It”, and recorded “Don’t Stop Believin ‘” for the grand finale. The crowd was covered in confetti as the final notes played.
The proud partners of this year’s event are: Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water, Capital One, The CW, Emsculpt Neo, Expedia®, Mattress Firm, OneOf Green NFT Platform, Rohto® Cooling Eye Drops, Sprouts Farmers Market, Samsung Galaxy, T-Mobile, Wendy’s®, Advil, Excedrin and Voltaren.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival, which debuted eleven years ago to celebrate the launch of the digital iHeartRadio service, has quickly become one of the most discussed music events of the year. The Festival is a live representation of the diverse music experience that fans find and enjoy through the iHeartRadio app, iHeartMedia’s free all-in-one digital music service, podcasting and live streaming – with over 3 billion app downloads and over 150 million registered users.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival is co-produced by John Sykes, president of Entertainment Enterprises and Tom Poleman, director of programming for iHeartMedia. For more details on the iHeartRadio Music Festival, visit iHeartRadio.com/festival.
It’s hard to believe that the last year the Firefly Music Festival took place is the same year that Lil Nas X debuted his very famous song “Old Town Road”.
Yes, it’s been so long.
Firefly will dust off its beloved festival for the first time since 2019 when it returns to the woods of Dover from Thursday to Sunday.
Since you Firefly fans may need to remove some rust, here’s a quick checklist of what to bring to the festival to ensure you have a better experience before you see headliners Lizzo, Billie Eilish. , The Killers and Tame Impala.
Comfortable shoes and socks
Newcomers tend to want to wear pretty shoes. But most people don’t watch Firefly. You will be hiking on several stages, so it is essential that you wear shoes that will protect your feet, as well as socks. For more security, you can add inserts in your sneakers for more comfort.
And while some people love sandals, they are not recommended. Sandals slip off your feet and can work against you. Flip-flops can break. Your toes deserve reliable foot support, not an unreliable bottom feeder masquerading as a friend.
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Money and oxygen are important, but they are useless if you don’t have water. Pack water bottles or bring your own water bottle, as long as it’s not aluminum or glass (don’t ask).
You’re going to be walking a lot, so you’ll need to stay hydrated, especially if you plan to camp in front of the main stage all day to see your favorite headliner later that night. Water will be on sale at the festival, but it won’t be cheap.
This is the first year that the festival will be held in the fall instead of the summer. The forecast, according to The Weather Channel, calls for temperatures in the 70s during the day for the four days of Firefly, then they should drop to around 50 at night. And things can change. You should therefore wear shorts, pants, a tank top or a t-shirt during the day, while bringing a thin long-sleeved shirt or sweatshirt for when the sun goes down.
A few showers are forecast for Thursday, according to The Weather Channel.
While raincoats are useful, it can feel like a burden to wear one around your waist all day if it’s not raining, and these jackets can take up a lot of room if you manage to fit them into your bag.
The most effective option for dealing with downpours is to buy a bundle of inexpensive ponchos. They are lightweight, have a hood and can easily slip into a bum bag.
It is important to protect your skin from the sun. You’re going to be out all day, so keep that liquid shield in your arsenal, just in case.
Charging stations are highly coveted, so you will have to wait to use them. But you can mitigate that by bringing your own portable charger (s).
It is inevitable that your fingers will get dirty and your hands will become sweaty. If you have to pee, you will need to touch the porta-pot door. The festival grounds are dusty and your fingers will become dirt magnets.
Don’t hesitate to take a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you. This will keep you safe, especially when it’s time to eat snacks or a meal, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic you probably already have it anyway.
A pair of inexpensive sunglasses will prevent you from looking up if it’s too sunny.
For now, Friday is expected to be the only “sunny” day of the festival, as Thursday is expected to have showers and Saturday and Sunday are expected to be “partly sunny,” according to The Weather Channel. However, the weather forecast is not perfect. In the end, it doesn’t hurt to prepare for the worst, while hoping for the best.
These will be mainly useful for people closest to the scene. At the same time, some people have more sensitive ears and may need earplugs even if they are further away from the stage. Determine what is most comfortable for you, then make that call.
Earplugs can also come in handy if you are camping all weekend. Your neighbors with The Killers new album on repeat are a lot less fun when it’s you who want to crash for the night.
It’s like Batman’s utility belt, but with one pouch. Some of the aforementioned items like earplugs, poncho, and hand sanitizer were designed to fit in this stylish pouch. Not to mention, keeping your wallet in there might make it harder for pickpockets to get the most out of you.
Although the Firefly website states that guests are not allowed to bring “large backpacks,” festival-goers can still bring a backpack. Anything you can’t fit in your fanny pack (like a sweatshirt or several water bottles) will fit in your backpack like a charm.
It is not mandatory to wear a mask at Firefly, yet it would not be a bad idea because we are still in a pandemic and you will be surrounded by tens of thousands of people.
Being fully vaccinated does not mean you cannot contract or spread COVID-19. The amount of viral genetic material in an unvaccinated person infected with the Delta variant is similar to that of infected people who are vaccinated. The difference, however, is that “fully vaccinated people will likely spread the virus for less time than unvaccinated people,” according to the CDC.
Additional benefit? Festival grounds at Firefly can get dusty, and wearing a mask can reduce the amount of dirt getting on your face.
Leave these things at home
Unless you have received written permission from the festival in advance, by Firefly.com, guests are not permitted to bring the following onto the festival grounds:
Glass bottles, aluminum bottles, knives, explosives, slingshots, weapons of any other kind, frisbees, flags, skateboards, roller skates, hoverboards, laser pointers, drones of any kind, remote control devices or remote control toys, or large backpacks.
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For the full festival lineup or more information, visit Firefly.com.
Andre Lamar is the reports / lifestyle reporter. If you have an interesting story idea, email Andre Lamar at [email protected]
DOVER, Delaware (AP) – Attendees at an annual Delaware music festival will need to prove they have been fully vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19.
The Firefly Music Festival, with headliner Billie Eilish, is set to begin Thursday at Woodlands of Dover International Speedway and run through Sunday.
Delaware State News reports that state health officials hope the preventive measures put in place will prevent the festival from becoming a large-scale event.
“Requiring vaccinations or a negative test is a great first step. Encouraging good behavior like distancing, masking and hand washing will also have a big impact, ”said Dr John Fink, vice president of quality and medical affairs at Bayhealth. “At the end of the day, everyone who takes part will need to be aware and make the right decisions to ensure their health and safety. “
The festival, which began in 2012, was canceled last year due to the pandemic.
The precautions come as Delaware experiences an increase in rates of COVID-19 cases spurred by the delta variant. The state recorded an average of 466.6 new cases of COVID-19 per day over the past week.
Participants will be required to present a vaccination card or a negative COVID-19 test administered by an official testing center no later than 72 hours before entry. Results from the home test kit will not be accepted.
Health professionals also recommend bringing a mask to the festival, for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
Inaugural Mare Island Doc of Bay Music Festival this Saturday
The fantastic Negrito and Jackie Greene, formerly of the Black Crowes, are just a few of the acts at the inaugural Mare Island Doc of Bay music festival in Vallejo this Saturday. Debora Villalon of KTVU reports that the event with a capacity of 6,000 people will have charter ferries available.
VALLEJO, Calif. – The Mare de Vallejo Island marks a first Saturday: a music festival that is expected to attract more than 1,000 fans.
“Once people come here and experience this, they’ll want to come back here,” said Kevin Frazier, half of the duo producing the Dock of Bay Festival.
Headliners for the event include Fantastic Negrito, Jackie Greene, Dumstaphunk, Them Vibes and New Monsoon.
The waterfront site at 850 Nimitz Avenue is behind the historic coal sheds that once supplied WWII warships when Mare Island was a shipyard.
“This island is a beautiful island but people have forgotten about it,” said Jeff Trager, the other half of Frazier Trager Presents.
Both men are music industry veterans, who produced live shows during the pandemic, and are relishing the opportunity to once again entertain audiences in person.
“All artists want to play,” Trager said, “it’s what they do, it’s what they love, and so it’s really exciting, especially because it’s the first one.”
The festival will take place from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will respect Covid protocols: proof of vaccination required, or results of a negative test carried out in the last 72 hours.
Masks will be necessary to access interior spaces.
There will be food trucks and artisan vendors as 15 acts perform on 3 stages.
“Real people in the audience is just awesome,” said American Canyon blues musician Greg Rahn.
Rahn has played a few summer festivals before, but when he brings his boogie-woogie to the acoustic scene on Saturday, it’ll be even better, so close to home.
“This place is super cool,” Rahn said, “and you can get there from the ferries, from Marin through 37 or from the counties in East Bay, it’s so easy to get to.”
A Blue and Gold chartered ferry will bring fans to Sausalito and San Francisco for $ 35 round trip.
The festival still has tickets available at $ 75 which includes parking.
Promoters have sold 1,000 tickets, but with a capacity of 6,000, admit it takes time to get established.
“I think everyone thinks of Vallejo like, ‘maybe I don’t want to stop there’ they just walk past so this festival brings them to i,” Frazier said.
With any luck, the couple hope to continue bringing them back for an annual festival.
“That’s our goal because it’s a special place, it really is,” said Trager.