Goldenvoice presents Panorama Music Festival, where Music meets Art meets Technology meets Fashion, yup, they have it all! The festival fondly referred to as the Coachella of the East Coast due to not only its presenters, but also the vibe, has held true to its name since the past two years. In it’s third outing in New York City, Panorama is all set to take over Randalls Island Park from July 27-29th, 2018.
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When Pitchfork curated the Intonation Music Festival in 2005, the concept was relatively novel: a big, multiday outdoor festival dedicated to indie music. But in 2018, outdoor fests of all stripes (a few of them significantly more esoteric than Pitchfork) clog concert calendars all over the country. Some similar events have gone belly-up—this summer’s FYF Fest, for example, was canceled in May—but Pitchfork has continued to evolve and thrive, becoming one of the most respected festivals in the country.
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That sweetly pungent smell wafting up from the south can mean only one thing: the Gilroy Garlic Festival. This one is a biggie — the 40th annual — and will be held, as always, on the last Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the month (July 27-29) at the city’s Christmas Hill Park, with garlicky food, cooking competitions, recipe demos, live music and vendors.
Iron Chef Michael Symon will host the Garlic Showdown at the 2018 Gilroy Garlic Festival. (Photo courtesy of William Morris Agency)
Here’s what’s new this year, plus a refresher on tickets, transportation and more:
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The 13th annual Endless Mountain Music Festival will offer 16 days of music from the opening performance on Friday to the closing concert on Saturday, Aug. 4.
There will be a different concert every night, with Pennsylvania performances in Knoxville, Mansfield, Tioga, Wellsboro and at Cherry Springs State Park outdoors under the stars, as well as New York performances in Corning and Elmira.
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In a few short years, American festivals went from cultural phenomena to endangered species
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