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Get Your Grub On at San Francisco’s Three-Day Epic Event, Outside Lands

Get Your Grub On at San Francisco’s Three-Day Epic Event, Outside Lands

Outside Lands is San Francisco’s most sought-after music festival held annually in the historic Golden Gate Park. According to food curator, Ari Feingold, “Outside Lands is the greatest combination of food and music the world has ever known.”

Ari Feingold is an avid foodie and restaurateur. He owns Straw and Proposition Chicken both hot spots located in San Francisco. He also co-founded an app called QCutter that allows users to pick up food without waiting in line. I had the opportunity to chat with Ari about his food curation at Outside Lands.

The Daily Meal: What are you most looking forward to at this year’s Outside Lands in terms of the food?
Ari Feingold:
Going with the hard hitters I see... Every year I work really hard to make Outside Lands the cross-cultural epicenter of the Bay Area’s culinary scene. I could go through a list of 80 vendors and tell you my favorite item from each and every single one of them. There is just too much good food to choose from.

What is your most favorite part about curating food at Outside Lands and how did you get into it?
I’ve been doing for this for 7 years. I have always loved the whole outdoor environment and everyone getting together with music in mind. In fact, Outside Lands was the first festival to make the food scene the forefront of the event. The most exciting part is getting to know all these restaurants, chefs, and culinary influencers in the bay area. I also think it exceeds all of our expectations. For instance, when I’m on the MUNI train and overhear people talking about what they’re planning to eat just as much as what artists they want to see and makes me realize we’ve done something very, very special.

Which is your favorite lands amongst Wine Lands, Beer Lands, Choco Lands, and Cheese Lands?
Actually, Outside Clams is the new area that I’m most excited about. As a huge seafood lover, it’s an absolute must. Outside Clams is where you’ll find me. However, don’t get me wrong, as soon as I’m done with my clam chowder, I’ll be heading over to Wine Lands…

What triggered your love for the food and drink scene?
I’ve been in this business since I was 15 when it was legal to work in Pennsylvania. I became a local busser at an Italian restaurant. I’ve been in the scene for the past 21 years and when I had the opportunity to mold the loves of mine, aka mood and music, which was a match made in heaven for me.

How do you manage your busy schedule in the midst of owning your restaurants, app, and marketing agency all while coordinating food vendors for Outside Lands?
Isn’t that the lifelong quest? I am also a father of a 3-year-old son. When you love what you do, it never feels like work. Waking up, getting to work, and spending time with my family always feels great. I never feel overwhelmed. In fact, instead of doing what most people find enjoyable, I get the most out of taking on projects, no TV for me.

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Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).


Planning Your Summer Music Festival Calendar

Which summer music festivals are you going to attend? Beyonce has already headlined Coachella in April, but there’s lots more to come during the summer of 󈧖. Five of America’s best and biggest annual summer music festivals convene between Memorial Day and Labor Day in five different states right across the country.

Governors Ball Music Festival
Randall’s Island Park
New York, NY 10035
www.governorsballmusicfestival.com

Dates: June 1 through June 3, 2018

Get to this music festival on a ferry. The eighth edition of this New York City event is headlining Eminem for the first time in this city since 2010. Also headlining are Jack White and Travis Scott with a lineup to include Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Halsey, N.E.R.D, Khalid, Chvrches, The Gaslight Anthem, Post Malone, Diplo and Mark Ronson (AKA Silk City), Lil Uzi Vert, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Galantis, Maggie Rogers, Russ, 6lack, DRAM, 2 Chainz, Kelela, Vic Mensa, and Third Eye Blind. All in all, the three-day festival features 65 artists plus a stellar lineup of food, craft beer, and cocktails plus grassy lawn activities such as lawn games, mini golf, and more. General admission tickets for single-day admission are on sale from $115. Upgrade to VIP, VIP-plus, platinum or suites & cabanas.

Bonnaroo
627 Campground Road
Manchester, TN 37355
www.bonnaroo.com

Dates: June 7 through June 10, 2018

Sixty-five miles northwest of Nashville on a 700-acre farm, it’s a Burning Man offshoot or a Woodstock-esque event, depending on who you talk to, that attracts about 80,000 fans. Long considered one of the country’s best music festivals, a list of who has performed in past years is a litany of musical genius from Bob Dylan to Paul McCartney to James Brown. Who’s playing in the 17th edition in 2018? Eminem, The Killers, Muse, Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver, Khalid, Paramore, Kaskade, Alt-J, Dua Lipa, Sheryl Crow, Anderson Paak & the Free Nationals, Sylvan Esso, and more. Besides music, dust, heat and crowds, festival goers get a mini film festival, a beer garden, silent disco and plenty of good southern grub. Tickets went on sale in January, ranging from $299.50 to a whopping $12,750.

Summerfest
200 N. Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
www.summerfest.com

Dates: June 27 through July 8, 2018

The amphitheater main stage already has tickets on sale for headliners Blake Shelton, James Taylor & Bonnie Raitt, Imagine Dragons, Dave Matthews Band, Shawn Mendes, Arcade Fire, Journey & Def Leppard, J. Cole, Halsey & Logic and Florida Georgia Line. More lineup announcements are being posted on the website this spring. Going strong in its 51st year and dubbed “The World’s Largest Festival,” nearly one million festival goers will experience Summerfest 2018 on the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in Milwaukee. We’re talking 800 acts on 11 stages totaling more than 1,000 performances from noon to midnight every day except July 2. Single day weekday admission to the all the activities within the festival grounds, excluding the amphitheater shows, is as low as $9 per day (seniors and kids) or $14 per day (adults).