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    Review of Life in Color Miami Festival 2017
    by: Beachmonkey , Posted on February 21, 2017 | comments
    Life in Color Review – A rave that started 10 years ago! Life in Color started as DayGlow in 2006 by four students from FSU. Now it is called Life In Color, and it has events globally and is definitel...
    Spring Break Dates 2017
    by: Beachmonkey , Posted on February 12, 2017 | comments
    Spring break is a little early for many colleges this year. It starts February 18th and runs through April 15th. For many tourist, reliant towns, this is the beginning their busy season. Here’s...
    The Most Anticipated Musical Acts of Art Basel Miami Beach 2016
    by: Miami New times , Posted on November 26, 2016 | comments
    Ask any good Miamian what they're most thankful for this time of year, and chances are it won't be a Thanksgiving meal. Instead, it's the inundation of the best music, art, and parties during Art Ba...
    Fabric to reopen after nightclub wins appeal against closure
    by: Harley Tamplin for Metro.co.uk , Posted on November 21, 2016 | comments
    Fabric has won its fight to reopen after successfully appealing the decision to revoke the nightclub’s licence. Following crunch talks, the London venue will reopen its doors – but strict rules will b...
    Ultra Phase 1 lineup 2017
    by: beachmonkey , Posted on November 16, 2016 | comments
    Ultra Music Festival has delivered their Phase 1 lineup for it's 2017 festival. If the first phase is any indication, it will be a large pool of talent across numerous dance music genres. Ultra has...
    SXMusic Festival 2017
    by: beachmonkey , Posted on October 31, 2016 | comments
    In 2015, SXMusic Festival announced its first festival to be held on St. Martin. A few months later, the electronic dance music blasting in a tropical atmosphere had many fans raving. It was a defin...
    The Lawyers You Should Call When You Get Busted at a Music Festival
    by: Alysia Santo Via Vice.com , Posted on October 26, 2016 | comments
    By Alysia Santo This story was co-published with the Marshall Project. The second weekend of June was a hectic one in Manchester, Tennessee, as tens of thousands of people gathered on a parcel of fa...
    Mick's Pics: Hot House Music Meme
    by: Mickey Weems, Beachmonkey Editor , Posted on August 19, 2016 | 1 comments
    Looking forward to seeing young Jamal live at EDC or some such event in ten years.
    Dreamstate returns to SoCal
    by: beachmonkey , Posted on June 29, 2016 | comments
    Dreamstate, the largest trance event in the United States, is going back to Southern California. Taking place November 25 – 26 at the Nos Events Center, and featuring three humongous stages, this year'...
    8 key questions ahead of this year’s Roskilde Festival
    by: Via www.thelocal.dk , Posted on June 28, 2016 | comments
    Denmark’s biggest annual party kicks off on Saturday, when the Roskilde Festival will open its gates for the 46th year in a row. As some 130,000 fans prepare to descend on the festival grounds for e...
    5 Acts you can’t miss at Lollapalooza this year
    by: James Hsieh via weraveyou.com , Posted on June 27, 2016 | comments
    With 1 extra day on the roster this year, Lollapalooza will entertainment tens of thousands of festival goers and mark a monumental weekend. The 25th annual event will be hosted at Chicago’s very own ...
    Amsterdam Music Festival announces biggest show to date
    by: weraveyou.com , Posted on June 21, 2016 | comments
    5 days, 3 venues, 1 music Festival. Or what is officially the biggest concept ever done in the Netherlands, which is coming to you this autumn, during Amsterdam Dance Event week from the 19th to 23r...
    How I Broke into a Festival with a Bunch of Punks
    by: Thomas Hoisl via vice.com , Posted on June 20, 2016 | comments
    By Thomas Hoisl June 21, 2016 All photos by the author. This article originally appeared on VICE Alps. The sign at the head of the narrow gravel road we are driving on reads "Nova Rock—no entry". S...
    Hardwell Performs at the UN
    by: Michael Luczaj , Posted on June 18, 2016 | comments
    Weraveyou.com posted up a video of Hardwell performing live at the UN for a charity event. It is good to see the EDM community giving back.
    How the Syrian War Has Changed the Face of Beirut’s Club Scene
    by: Stephanie D'Arc Taylor via vice.com , Posted on June 15, 2016 | comments
    Stephanie D'Arc Taylor Lead image courtesy of Skybar Beirut is a party town, which a lot of Westerners think is weird. Nearly every lifestyle piece published about Lebanon's capital has some varia...
    Tomorrowland announce ‘Mau5trap vs Pryda stage’ for first day of the e
    by: weraveyou.com , Posted on June 15, 2016 | comments
    It’s joy all around for the Tomorrowland devotees as the highly recognized festival has announced the set up for a Mau5trap vs Pryda stage where both record owners, Canadian hotshot Deadmau5 and the S...
    How New Scalping Technology Is Keeping You Out of Concerts
    by: Will Caiger-Smith , Posted on June 9, 2016 | comments
    Will Caiger-Smith At 10AM on a Friday morning in April, several friends and I jumped on Ticketmaster's website and mobile app. Tickets for the Madison Square Garden stop of Radiohead's latest tour ...
    5 Under-the-Radar Summer Music Festivals
    by: By Meredith Rosenberg via Travelchannel.com , Posted on June 9, 2016 | comments
    These lesser known music fests are worth the trip. Overwhelming crowds, a mainstream experience and overt commercialization now sour many major music festivals, and that's if you can even score ti...
    This Is What Happened When I Went to My First American Festival
    by: Anna Codrea-Rado via vice.com , Posted on June 2, 2016 | comments
    Photo by Bryan Mitchell Anna Codrea-Rado When you live abroad, it's all too easy to frame your experiences through your most familiar point of reference: how things are done back home. And when tha...
    Shazam comes out with their songs of summer 2016 list
    by: Michael Luczaj , Posted on June 2, 2016 | comments
    Shazam has a powerful data mapping software that can predict future trends by using analytics of what people are listening to over a long period of time. Over the past few years, they have come out w...