A snapshot of the hottest events and party news from the global electronic music community.
Now we have to say goodbye to raving for the foreseeable future, It’s time to ask a few questions: Is it OK to grieve for it? Was it ever a good idea to rave in the face of a pandemic? Can dancing to 160bpm+ hardcore be bittersweet?
Last month saw the last of our public
Burning Man is continuing with plans to host its summer festival despite a number of large-scale events like the Olympics being postponed because of coronavirus.
Burning Man announced on 20 March that it has decided not to cancel its festival, which is to take place in five months in Nevada, in response to the spread of Covid-19.
“We believe the
Burning Man is going full steam ahead with its scheduled plans.
While much of the entertainment world, including festivals like Coachella and Miami Ultra, have postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Burning Man remains scheduled for Aug. 30 through Sept. 7.
And tickets go on sale — 20,000 tickets are available for $475 a pop — on April
Reports are coming in from Panama that hundreds of doofers, artists and crew have been placed in a forced lockdown by the army on the Tribal Gathering site due to fears the number of international travellers at the festival may infect the local population with COVID-19.
Organisers of the event, Geoparadise, posted on their Facebook
The 2020 installment of The Do LaB‘s annual Lightning in a Bottle music festival has been cancelled, according to a statement issued on March 13. The Do LaB attributed the event’s indefinite cancellation to health concerns related to the coronavirus as well as the capacity restrictions imposed by the state of California’s recent suspension of gatherings
Coachella won’t be happening next month.
As the Coronavirus spreads across the globe and beats-up the stock markets, Coachella has been postponed to avoid the worst of the health crisis.
Coachella and its sister festival Stagecoach have been in limbo over recent days, and with SXSW getting shut down for the year, the choices had
What would you do to see your favorite artist? Fighting a bouncer doesn’t usually end up well, but crawling through the airducts? That could work. And it did, for some mysterious man at Ayva in Houston this past weekend wanting to see Liquid Stranger.
According to eyewitness accounts, the mystery fan suddenly fell out of
Shambhala Music Festival is back and better than ever!
Canada’s premier and longest-running electronic music festival released its 2020 lineup and it’s stacked full of newcomers and fan favorites alike. The 23rd annual get together on the farm in Salmo, British Columbia is sure to live up to the hype – and then some.
Noisily Festival of Music & Arts, that take places on 9-12th July 2020 near Market Harborough, Leicestershire, has unveiled its full line up with names such as OC Verde, Nanoplex, Adrien Sherwood, Ulterior Motive, Culprate, Dirty Doering and many more all playing next to the already announced likes of DJ Storm, Goldie, Gregor Tresher, Gaudi,
Lightning in a Bottle is the place to be this Memorial Day Weekend, returning to its newly found home at Buena Vista Lake, California. Having officially announced its full 2020 lineup, the festival will include a diverse array of sounds and experiences. On top of the three headline stages, including highly anticipated appearances by Kaytranada,
JBM Music continues to push the boundaries of the UK events industry, announcing their eagerly anticipated new festival, ‘Acropolis’, set to take place at the medieval location of Tutbury Castle; the first ever techno event to be held in a castle within the UK.
Located on the banks of Staffordshire, the ancient monument of Tutbury
Nightclubs, festivals and concert organizers across Asia are being forced to cancel or postpone gigs amid escalating global concerns over the coronavirus.
The coronavirus, technically an umbrella term for a large group of respiratory infections including the common cold, was officially renamed by the World Health Organization as COVID-19 last week. Like influenza, the coronavirus