Taking place in Los Angeles on August 23 and 24, FYF (Fuck Yeah Fest) boasts one of the most tasteful and diverse festival lineups of the summer season. Now in its 11th year, FYF has moved up to the LA Sports Arena and Exposition Park to make room for two jam-packed days of live music from some of the best and brightest names in electronic, rock, dance, punk, garage and hip hop.
Proclaiming itself "Portland's Largest Music Festival," MusicFest NW will bring some of the biggest acts in music to the city streets this weekend. No longer a multi-venue event, the festival is now located at Tom McCall Waterfront Park where artists will perform on two huge outdoor stages.
San Francisco's Outside Lands festival welcomes some of the biggest names in music to Golden Gate Park from August 8th-10th. Fans of hip-hop, rock, EDM, folk, pop and country all have something to look forward to at Outside Lands, as the fest boasts one of the most musically diverse lineups of the year.
EDM reigns at Hard Summer, a two-day festival that brings some of the most popular DJs in the world to Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in South El Monte, California. The fest boasts five stages stretched across a hundred acres of grounds, located just 10 minutes east of downtown Los Angeles.
Selling out in a matter of hours, Lollapalooza has established itself not only as one of the biggest annual parties in Chicago, but one of the biggest music festivals in the world. Over 150,000 attendees take over Grant Park for three days of rock, EDM and hip-hop. In addition to the festival, dozens of after-shows take place at various Chicago venues throughout the weekend as well.
Spearheaded by Diplo, the Mad Decent Block Party has become one of the biggest annual touring festivals of the year. In addition to sets from Mad Decent’s fearless leader, artists at various dates on this year’s tour range from up-and-comers like Cashmere Cat, Elliphant and Flume to veteran headliners like Fatboy Slim, Laidback Luke and Outkast.
The Capitol Hill Block Party has been a summer tradition in Seattle since 1997. Thousands of music fans take to the streets of the Capitol Hill neighborhood for a weekend of live music on both outdoor and indoor stages, where local favorites as well as big-name headliners perform throughout the day and late into the night at what has become a truly unique music festival.