Which Music Festival is on This Weekend?
If you want to catch a show in the city, you’re probably wondering which music festival is on this weekend. Disc Jam Music Festival, OUTsider Fest, Head In The Clouds, and other summer music festivals are all worth checking out, but which one will be the most fun? Check out our list below! You might find the perfect music festival for you! Regardless of your style, you’re sure to find a great lineup!
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Head In The Clouds
If you love music, then you can’t miss Head In The Clouds this weekend. With a lineup of over 100 artists on two stages, this festival is a must-attend for music lovers of all ages. And, the lineup for Head In The Clouds 2018 is equally impressive. The festival is for all ages and will take place rain or shine. Gates open at 2 pm on Saturday and 10 pm on Sunday.
This weekend marks the return of the Campfire Gathering music festival, a free outdoor event in Northern California. Organized by outdoor enthusiasts and music lovers, the Gathering features some of the region’s best musicians, artists, teachers, vendors, and community partners. Performers include Roots Grown Deep, Wandering Hours, and Clover and the Sundream. There’s plenty to keep you entertained, from live music to yoga and kirtan music.
Disc Jam Music Festival
If you’re in the mood for electronic music, Disc Jam Music Festival is on this weekend! The lineup includes national touring acts, regional favorites of the funk and jam scenes from the Northeast, and a few rare collaborations and side projects. Check out the full lineup below! You can also follow along with the festival on Facebook to stay up to date. If you can’t make it to the festival, don’t worry: you can still get tickets for the following day’s events.
OUTsider Fest is one of Austin’s progressive festivals for the LGBTQ+ community. The festival showcases art, writing, and performance art from the LGBTQI community. You can even stream the event live online. While you may be able to attend the entire festival online, you’ll have to buy a badge in advance. There are no single-event tickets for this event. For more information, visit the Outsider website.
Bonnaroo is back this weekend, and if you missed it, you’ll still have a chance to see the artists you’ve been looking forward to. The festival’s music lineup includes 80s new wave band Tears For Fears, 70s R&B band Earth Wind & Fire, LA duo Mini Mansions, and UK chart toppers Royal Blood. This year’s festival will also feature a host of house producers like Deadmau5 and hip-hop artists like Kendrick Lamar.
If you’re a country music fan, you’ll want to head to the Palomino Festival this weekend. This Pasadena, California, music festival is a celebration of alt-country and Americana. Performing on the Brookside grounds of the Rose Bowl, the festival includes performances by Kacey Musgraves, Willie Nelson and the Family Band, Jason Isbell & 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, and Old Crow Medicine Show. You can also check out the pop-up boutique Highclass Hillbilly, which features a variety of merchandise from country artists.
The second annual Boston Calling music festival returned to Harvard University Athletics Complex on Saturday, but the event was canceled on Sunday due to a passing storm. While a storm forced organizers to evacuate the festival grounds, there were still some great bands on the lineup. These artists included Run the Jewels, Black Pumas, Earthgang, Paper Tigers, and Crooked Coast. Other headliners included Cults, Ripe, Paper Tigers, and Modest Mouse.