-- The Foo Fighters and Oasis will headline Toronto's third annual Virgin Festival, to be held Sept. 6-7 on Toronto Island. Other artists scheduled to perform are Bloc Party, Wintersleep, Constantines, Spiritualized, Paul Weller, Stereophonics, the Weakerthans and the Pigeon Detectives. "There will be seven acts on the main stage, and seven acts on the side stage on each day," Elliott Lefko, VP of Goldenvoice, tells Billboard.biz. "We keep trying to make it bigger and better every year." Tickets go on sale March 29 via Ticketmaster. One-day passes cost $87, while a two-day will run $159. Canadian fans will have to wait about three more weeks to see what talent is in store for upcoming Virgin Festivals in Calgary and Vancouver, according to Lefko. Los Angeles-based Goldenvoice, a division of AEG Live, will produce the events.

-- The Recording Academy and T-Mobile have partnered to host five exclusive concerts with past and present Grammy nominated and winning artists. The 50th Grammy Celebration Concert Tour presented by T-Mobile Sidekick begins April 3 in Chicago with a performance by five-time Grammy winner John Legend. From there, the trek visits New York, Miami, Dallas and Los Angeles. A limited number of tickets for the concerts will only be available via in-store contest giveaways at select T-Mobile locations in the five markets. Further into about the event can be found at sidekick.com.

-- Moby, Girl Talk, Carl Craig and the Cool Kids are a few of the acts scheduled to appear at the 9th annual Detroit Electronic Music Festival, set for May 24-26 at Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit. Produced by Paxahau Promotions Group, this year's festival will also feature performances by DJ Benny Benassi and DJs Mike Grant and Buzz Goree, among others. A full list of acts can be found by visiting myspace.com/detroitmusicfest. A limited number of three-day passes for Movement 2008 are currently on sale for $40 via the festival's MySpace page. VIP passes will run $150.