The Sasquatch! Music Festival, located at the Gorge in Quincy, Wash., is expanding to two patriotic weekends in 2014, with completely unique lineups for its standard Memorial Day weekend and new Fourth Of July weekend.
Perfect fall weather and big sets from headliners Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, and the Cure enthralled throngs of concertgoers at the Voodoo Music & Arts Experience in New Orleans this weekend (Nov. 1-3). And in addition to being thoroughly rocked by the three big names at the top of the bill, the thousands gathered were treated to dynamic sets from Macklemore, Paramore, Kid Rock, Calvin Harris, Afrojack, Gaslight Anthem and many more.
Music fans will be descending upon the San Francisco area this weekend (Oct. 19-20) to partake in the Treasure Island Music Festival, and if you're in the area, you could be there too, courtesy of the fest and Billboard.com: we're giving away two VIP passes!
My Morning Jacket, Grizzly Bear and the Wallflowers will perform in the heart of Times Square in New York City on Oct. 12 during a free event for the growing CBGB Music and Film Festival, now in its second year.
Stevie Wonder made believers out of a youthful crowd of 60,000-plus at the Global Citizen Festival, held Saturday in New York City's Central Park, with a joyful display of iconic soul-funk hits, a smattering of famous cameos and an awareness on his part that this night was about much more than great music.
"Oh, but ain't that America, for you and me!" sang John Mellencamp on "Pink Houses" at Farm Aid 2013, the annual benefit for America's family farmers, staged Sept. 21 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Billboard's Jason Lipshutz caught up with Robin Thicke the night of his performance at iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. After joking about his last name and complimenting him on his youthful appearance, Thicke dished his answers to Lipshutz's questions.
Even the most forward-looking Top 40 diehard switches over to the oldies station every once in a while, and the first evening of the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival acted as that much-appreciated change-up.
The ninth annual Riot Fest rocked hard this past weekend at Chicago's spacious Humboldt Park, carnival-oriented punk and indie rock festival's home for the second consecutive year. From old school acts like Screeching Weasel and Naked Raygun to present day hitmakers like Fall Out Boy, Chi-town has a rich punk history, and the Humboldt Park neighborhood provided a fan-friendly backdrop
Fall Out Boy's stylish rhythm section, bassist Pete Wentz and drummer Andy Hurley, talked about getting re-acclimated life on the road, watching Panic! At The Disco grow up before their eyes, an almost-scandalous Jonas Brother moment, and much more.