Category: festivals

Personal Fest 2018 is just around the corner!

Personal Fest 2018 is just around the corner!

October 20, 2018

Personal Fest will be taking place from November 10-11 at the Club Ciudad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This year will mark the festivals 13th edition. This time around the festival will be merging music, gaming, and food to create a unique experience for concertgoers. On day one Robbie Williams will be headlining and Lorde will be taking over the slot on day two. Some other bands playing include MGMT, Car Seat Headrest, Yonaka, Gus Dapperton, amongst others. The rest of the lineup is a mix of international and local indie acts.

The festival started off in 2004 and ever since this festival has been bringing in some of the greatest bands to town. In previous years lineups included artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Sonic Youth, The Strokes, Aerosmith, Muse, and so many more. 

Tickets are currently on sale with a variety of VIP options to choose from. Purchase your tickets here. The festival will also be hosting a variety of sideshows before and after the event, details here

Desert Daze: attend for a day or stay the week…

Desert Daze: attend for a day or stay the weekend

Thomas Macias

September 4, 2018

In 2012 Southern California’s Desert Daze festival was born. Over the years this music festival has brought out some of the biggest acts. Last years edition included artists such as Iggy Pop, Tinariwen, Primus, Washed Out, Courtney Barnett, Kurt Vile, and so many others. Now 6 years later the festival will be celebrating its 7th edition at Moreno Beach in Lake Perris and it’s about to get hotter than ever. With less than 5 weeks until the festival begins, we get, yet again, another list of amazing artists added to the lineup. This is the biggest the festival has ever been and it is truly amazing to see how much it has grown over the years. The festival has just announced Phase Four of the lineup. The new bands added to the lineup are:


For the past couple of years, Desert Daze has become a prominent festival in California because of the various genres of music it showcases. Desert Daze blessed us with this final lineup announcement and we now have over 70 artists to vibe with for the weekend. Tame Impala, My Bloody Valentine, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Warpaint, Death Grips, and Jarvis Cocker performing Deserter’s Songs are just a few of the bands that will be spending their weekend at the lake.

In addition to three full days of art installations, films, talks, projections, and workshops; Desert Daze 2018 includes camping at the beautiful Lake Perris: a state park with facilities like bathrooms and showers, power and water hookups for RVs, swimming, and boat rides.

This is a festival you do not want to miss. Let’s all join together and take part in Desert Daze 2018: a festival that will go down in the books. Purchase your tickets here. 


Photo Gallery: Soccer Mommy at Summerfest in M…

Photo Gallery: Soccer Mommy at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

Photo Gallery: Aerodome Festival in Czech Repu…

Photo Gallery: Aerodome Festival in Czech Republic 

Radek Ulehla 

Aerodome Festival takes place every year at Panenský Týnec Letiště a location just outside of Prague. Some of the acts that took the stage are Macklemore, Nine Inch Nails, Wiz Khalifa, Limp Bizkit, MØ, Chvrches, Portugal. The Man, Milky Chance, The Kills, and Parkway Drive. 

Photos featuring Lana Del Rey, CVRCHES, Glass Animals, MØ, Macklemore, Wiz Khalifa, and more. 

Summerfest wraps up its second week

Summerfest wraps up its second week

Madeline Carter

As the second half of Summerfest commenced, many fans flocked to see artists like Steven Tyler, Bishop Briggs and Foster the People take over the stages on July 3rd. Before Bishop Briggs took the stage with a force of energy and stellar vocals, Joywave warmed up the crowd with their own set. The band, originally from New York, accomplished the task of hyping up the crowd and keeping their attention throughout their set. Foster the People, which was the most crowded performance of the night, had all-star vocals, and one of the most memorable sets of July 3rd. Mark Foster’s (lead vocals) voice, spunky dance moves, and all around attitude towards the crowd proved to be a perfect combination for a memorable festival performance.

On July 4th, it seemed like Summerfest had seen one of its biggest crowds yet. Many festival goers were decked out in red, white, and blue, waiting all day to catch the sets of artists like Kesha, Pixies, and The Fray. During the middle of the day, severe rain hit the festival. Instead of forcing fans to leave and miss out on the headlining performances, the rain led attendees to find cover and wait it out. The Wombats, despite being housed in a semi-indoor stage, were forced to wait until the rain was not as severe. As a result, the band had to cut their set down to 30 minutes, which left us wanting more. Tom Knudsen, bassist, had some of the craziest energy we had seen yet from an artist at Summerfest. Despite remarkable vocals and upbeat energy from the band, The Wombats did have a slightly disappointing crowd for the first few songs, who seemed to be tired from the rain. Later that night, Pixies graced the same stage with a presence that felt almost legendary. Their set and all around vibe made us feel as if we were far away from a festival, and more-so being transported back the the early 90s. Nearly opposite of Pixies, Kesha entertained a much younger crowd. The singer, who was the most expensive act this year, was named one of the best and worst shows a fan had seen this year at Summerfest. Fans all seemed to agree that while the singers set was great, the crowd was much too overwhelming.

The next day, Machine Gun Kelly managed to surprise us with one of the most energetic and entertaining shows of summerfest. Surprisingly, the rapper, originally from Cleveland, drew out a crowd of all kinds of people. Perhaps one of the greatest days of Summerfest, however, was the day that followed. That night, artists such as The Flaming Lips, Janelle Monae, and Borns graced the stages of Summerfest. The Flaming Lips blessed their fans with an unbelievable amount of stage props, including a giant pink robot that was brought out during their performance of “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots”. With a beautiful and almost theatrical set, The Flaming Lips was easily our most favorite performance of Summerfest 2018. Across from The Flaming Lips, Janelle Monae put on a performance that did not shy away from a celebration of empowerment for the black, queer, female singer. Sitting in throne at one point during her set, Monae proved herself to be the queen of the night to many fans that Reflektor spoke to afterwards. One stage down, Borns delivered on-point vocals to a much larger crowd, which had one of the most demanding cheers for an encore we had seen this year.

On Saturday, Phantogram drew in a bigger crowd as the night went on. Still, the band managed to have one of the most underrated performances of Summerfest 2018. Performing with intense light changes, beautiful and rapid images on the screen behind them, we were left wondering why Phantogram didn’t have one of the biggest crowds this year. The indie band even invited Outkast’s own Big Boi out to perform their final song with, recreating the duos lesser known group “Big Grams” once again.

On the last day, Summerfest welcomed artists like Cheap Trick and Anderson East to close the festival until next summer. Hours before Anderson East took control of the stage with killer vocals and a surprisingly lively set at Johnson Controls World Stage, bands like Soccer Mommy and Early Eyes kept festival goers entertained. Soccer Mommy started her 9 song set with “Henry”, an earlier song of hers from her first album. The band eventually left Sophie Allison, Soccer Mommy herself, to sing both “Still Cool” and “Allison” on her own. Finishing her set with a beautiful performance of “Scorpio Rising” off of her new album, Soccer Mommy left us hoping she’d be back for another Summerfest sometime soon. Later, Early Eyes took the same stage. Spreading an upbeat personality throughout the room as they performed, Early Eyes provided their crowd with feel good grooves, and one of the best performances from the Summerfest Emerging Artists Series this year.  

Photo Gallery: The Flaming Lips at Summerfest …

Photo Gallery: The Flaming Lips at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

June 8, 2018

Photo Gallery: BØRNS at Summerfest in Milwauke…

Photo Gallery: BØRNS at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

June 8, 2018

Photo Gallery: Machine Gun Kelly at Summerfest…

Photo Gallery: Machine Gun Kelly at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

July 7, 2018

Photo Gallery: Pixies at Summerfest in Milwauk…

Photo Gallery: Pixies at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

July 5, 2018

Pixies played the BMO Harris Pavilion stage on day 6 of Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI. The band are currently on tour with The Wombats and Weezer and are touring in support of their 2016 album ‘Head Carrier’, check out all their tour dates here. 

All of our Summerfest coverage can be found here. 

Photo Gallery: The Wombats at Summerfest in Mi…

Photo Gallery: The Wombats at Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI

Madeline Carter

July 5, 2018

The Wombats played the BMO Harris Pavilion stage on day 6 of Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI. The Wombats are currently on tour in support of their album released earlier this year titled ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’. They are currently supporting Weezer and the Pixies but are also scheduled for solo tours in North America and Australia later this year. They are also booked to play various festivals in the UK. Check out all the dates here, and listen to their recently released single ‘Turn’ feauturing Dagny below.