As the music industry's biggest festivals cancel their summer plans, here are three great events with relatively moderate crowd sizes that are very much still on the books.
Sea Hear Now isn't just an instant success. It's also the only festival where you can hear Joan Jett shred a guitar while watching Quincy Davis shred the gnar.
So your friends all bailed? Well, maybe you don't have to eat that ticket. How to get out of your comfort zone and hit that faraway music fest all by yourself.
Stephan Jenkins is one of the last genuine rock stars: multi-talented, multi-platinum, passionate, charismatic, outspoken.
Danny Clinch is a Grammy-nominated photographer, filmmaker, and musician. We caught up with him prior to the Sea.Hear.Now festival in Asbury Park.
Indie-folk phenomenon, Trevor Hall, opens up about embracing impermanence, remaining open for creative and spiritual inspiration, and sharing the stage with conscious-music counterpart, Nahko Bear.
Voodoo Fest has emerged as one of the biggest events in the industry, drawing huge lineups to beautiful, sprawling City Park.
Music festivals don’t just happen out of nowhere, the way they did back in 1969. High-priced models might sell tickets, but actually putting on a show requires respect and understanding of the local community.
Over the past 46 years, Jazz Fest has ballooned into a rollicking seven-day monster, with a huge musical bill that stacks rock giants alongside legions of lesser-known local artists.
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