Category: Line-up


The Peach Music Festival Announces 2019 Lineup Additions

A collaborative set between Warren Haynes and Grace Potter as well as performances from Cory Wong, Magic Beans and Percy Hill are among the additions to the 2019 The Peach Music Festival lineup. The event will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania July 25 – 28.

The Peach Music Festival

Another new addition is The Inaugural Peach Guitar Pull, which is described as “a reimagined southern guitar pull featuring some of the best guitarists in the game.” Participants will be announced in the weeks to come. The acts confirmed today join a lineup that already includes Phil Lesh & Friends, Trey Anastasio Band, The String Cheese Incident, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, moe., Greensky Bluegrass and many others. Check out the graphic below for the full lineup as it currently stands.

The Peach Music Festival Lineup

Clusterfest Announces 2019 Lineup, Including John Mulaney, Issa Rae, Patton Oswalt

Comedy Central has reported the underlying lineup for its third yearly Clusterfest satire celebration in San Francisco. The current year’s celebration incorporates a choice of A-rundown satire names like John Mulaney, Issa Rae, Patton Oswalt and Ilana Glazer, just in general host of other stand-up entertainers, melodic exhibitions and live web recording accounts.

Clusterfest Tickets

Additionally set to show up are The Roots, Courtney Barnett, Japanese Breakfast, Chelsea Peretti, Leslie Jones, Jonathan Van Ness and Friends, Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle, Craig Robinson and The Nasty Delicious, Anthony Jeselnik, Tig Notaro, Whitney Cummings, Jaboukie Young-White, and digital broadcasts My Favorite Murder, Comedy Bang! Blast! furthermore, Lovett or Leave It.

Clusterfest will occur from Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23 at Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, Calif. The celebration is formally titled Comedy Central Presents Clusterfest, and is likewise exhibited by Bonnaroo fellow benefactors Superfly and the Outside Lands co-maker Another Planet Entertainment. With regards to past long periods of the celebration, a bit of the ticket deals from Clusterfest will go to a bunch of non-benefits in the San Francisco zone, including America Scores, Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco and United Playaz.

“We’re eager to share the present lineup that mirrors the assorted variety of satire crosswise over stand up, digital recordings and live peruses, combined with melodic exhibitions,” says Jonas Larsen, Comedy Central’s Executive Vice President of Talent and Development, in an announcement. “Clusterfest keeps on conveying a stand-out celebration experience you can’t discover anyplace else.”

Three-day general confirmation, VIP and Platinum tickets go at a bargain on Monday. Three-day general confirmation tickets begin at $219.50, and VIP tickets begin at $584.50. Single-day tickets go marked down Friday, March 15, at 1 p.m. EST for $89.

Clusterfest 2019 Lineup:

Clusterfest 2019 Lineup

Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, 21 Pilots, The Strokes Lead Lollapalooza 2019 Lineup

Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots and the Strokes will be among the main events when Lollapalooza profits to Grant Park for Aug. 1-4.

Lollapalooza 2019 Lineup Headliner

Likewise featuring: Tame Impala, Flume, the Chainsmokers and J Balvin. Dissimilar to a year ago when seven of the eight main events were coming back to the celebration, it’s a generally new look this year at the highest point of the bill. Just the Strokes return as a main event, after last performing in Grant Park in 2010. In any case, it’s a blended sack as far as ability and sparkle.

Grande has turned into a pop genius, and Gambino discharged one of 2018’s mark tunes, “This is America.” Reggaeton craftsman J Balvin worked together on one of a year ago’s greatest hits with Cardi B, “I Like It.” But the nonattendance of Cardi B, who was purportedly slated to play a year ago’s Lolla before she got pregnant and needed to drop all visit dates, is a mistake.

Australian electronic craftsman Flume has risen quick; in 2013 he was a newcomer playing to a couple of dozen individuals at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Presently he’s a standout amongst the most-indemand maker DJ’s on the planet. Get Lollapalooza Festival Tickets Cheap from Tickets4festivals.

Lollapalooza 2019 Lineup:


X-Factor Meets Britain’s Got Talent

X-Factor Meets Britain’s Got Talent

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Stavros Flatley

Leon Jackson

Eoghan Quigg

Ruth Lorenzo

George Sampson


Last Night In the Park – 80s Stonkin’ Party

Last Night In the Park – 80s Stonkin’ Party

Rick Astle   

Belinda Carlisle

Boy George

Kim Wilde

Cutting Crew

The Real Thing

Curiosity Killed the Cat

Calvin Harris

Calvin Harris


Now, are you ready for the weekend? Opening up the festival weekend is… Calvin Harris, yes…Calvin Harris. The highly acclaimed electronic musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. His debut album, ‘I Created Disco’, was released in 2007 and contained the Top 10 singles “Acceptable in the 80s” and “The Girls”. His debut performance was in support Faithless and Groove Armada.

Having written and produced records for other recording artists including Kylie Minogue’s X and his number 1 collaboration with British rapper Dizzee Rascal, “Dance Wiv Me”. His second studio album Ready for the Weekend was released in August 2009 and reached number 1 in the UK Album Charts August. It contains the number 1 single “I’m Not Alone” the UK Top 5 Single “Ready for the Weekend”, which was released on 10 August and the track “Flashback” which was released as the third single from the album on 2 November.

In 2007, Dragonette released their cover of Harris’ “The Girls” retitled “The Boys”, during which the band alludes directly to him: “I even like those scrawny, Scottish, into pop music but not like sorta like pop dance electro music.” It was Dragonette’s version of the song, however, that made its way onto Karl Lagerfeld’s Spring/Summer 2008 runway show.

In 2008 he collaborated with Dizzee on Dizzee’s song “Dance Wiv Me” performing an acoustic version for the BBC as part of the Glastonbury Festival 2008 coverage. The song was released digitally on 30 June 2008 and went straight to number 1 in the UK. On 18 October 2008, he was also featured on Radio 1’s Essential Mix with a 2-hour set.

In 2009 he produced Dizzee Rascal’s next single entitled “Holiday”. He was supposed to make an appearance in its music video but objected to dancing along in some scenes, wearing a certain shirt for the video and not wearing his “fly eye” glasses.

The first single, “I’m Not Alone” was exclusively performed in Sydney, on New Year’s Eve. The new single debuted on Pete Tong’s Radio 1 show and was released in April 2009. It debuted in the UK Singles Chart at number 1 on Easter Sunday on downloads alone, then stayed on top for a second week after the physical format had been released. On its release, his single “Ready for the Weekend” went to number 3 in the UK Singles Chart.

In June he appeared at the Summertime Ball at the Emirates Stadium and performed “I’m Not Alone”, “The Girls” and “Acceptable in the 80s”. He then brought on Dizzee Rascal and Chrome and performed “Dance Wiv Me”. Harris went on as a guest appearance with Tiësto’s song “Century “on his new album Kaleidoscope.

His remix catalog is vast with collaborations which include artists such as the Kaiser Chiefs, Faithless and Kate Perry to his credit. This NBE award-winning musician is simply incredible!

Are you ready Isle of Man for the weekend with Calvin?

Flashback – from his latest album