So which artists are set to rule Coachella in 2015? We won’t know for sure until the full lineup is released next month, but we’ve made some educated guesses based on logical bookings, touring gaps and some of next year’s most hotly anticipated projects. Check out our realistic wish list for next year’s Coachella festival
Aftermovies have emerged as EDM festivals’ preeminent advertising tool, often drawing hundreds of thousands of views and achieving the all-important task of racking up early ticket sales for the next event.
Mexican rock group Maná will perform at Rock in Rio USA. The Latin music superstars are the first Spanish-language artists to be announced for the first U.S. edition of the massive festival, to take place in Las Vegas over two weekends in May 2015.
Adding a second weekend has led to record grosses and attendance for mega-festivals Coachella and Austin City Limits, but how do some of the music industry's biggest booking agents really feel about the approach? Six top execs spoke up on a panel at Billboard's Touring Conference on Nov. 19 titled "Agents Of Change: The Booking Agents Weigh In."
Insomniac CEO Pasquale Rotella's vision for EDM in 2015 includes adding festivals in budding international markets, hundreds of club shows, and turning Insomniac.com into a premiere online destination for all things EDM.
AWOLNATION, The Cribs, Odesza, Twin Shadow and The Zombies are among the 243 new bands slated to perform at next year's South by Southwest Music Conference and Festival, the annual industry gathering announced Tuesday.
Pulling off a New York City music fest isn’t easy, but the Governors Ball empire is ready and raring for another go-around. Today (Nov. 11), the three-day summer fest announced that it will return to Randall’s Island June 5-7, 2015.
An announcement is coming Thursday (Nov. 6) that the first Lollapalooza Berlin will be held at Tempelhof Airport on Sept. 12-13, 2015. Germany will join Chile, Brazil and Argentina as the fourth international location for the festival, produced by Festival Republic, the team behind the Reading and Leeds Festivals, and Melt! Booking, in conjunction with Lolla's U.S. team of Perry Farrell, William Morris Endeavor and C3 Presents.