Baja Beach Fest
Baja Beach Fest is the Reggaeton and Latin Music Festival, located on the beach in Rosarito, Baja CA, MX. For 2022 the festival will be 2 back-to-back weekends featuring a 3-day experience, with 25+ Reggaeton & Latin artists performing, featuring experiential installations, sponsored activations, a variety of food options, and a plethora of bars onsite.
North Coast Music Festival
North Coast Music Festival has been Chicago's premier festival on Labor Day Weekend since 2010. In 2021, the festival moved to the newly renovated SeatGeek Stadium just outside Chicago in Bridgeview, IL, where fans enjoyed multiple large-scale interactive installations and unique stages inside the Stadium, in the "Chill Dome," and surrounding practice fields. "Summer's Last Stand" hosts over 100 artists from around the world, on 5 stages, for 3 Days, and 1 unforgettable weekend.
Halloween's jammiest music festival, Suwanee Hulaween, takes place annually at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. Hosted by The String Cheese Incident (who play two sets every evening), the jam band-filled lineup features multiple stages filled with fans dressed up for the event. Hulaween will return in 2022.
Papas Beach Bash
Papas Beach Bash 2019 was Papas & Beer’s first-ever hip-hop beach festival - a truly unforgettable end of Summer celebration on the beaches in Baja unlike anything else out there. Thousands of you came together to party and be free in Rosarito, thank you for making year 1 so special! Year 2 info coming soon.
Coca Cola Flow Fest
Radiance NYE is your go-to bass festival for new years in the midwest and it's back in 2022! Ring in the new year with Substronics, Liquid Stranger, Of the Trees, Rusko, Truth and lots more.
No tricks here. Paranormal Underground is all treats for Halloween with past lineups including artists such as Zeds Dead, Rezz, Boogie T, Kill The Noise, Must Die! and more. Get your costume and come get spooky on the dance floor! Paranormal returns on October 29th with Zeds Dead, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Inzo and Khiva.
The eclectic lineup, a blooming love-letter to the sweet sounds of Americana, Psych-rock, Jam, Indie, Soul, Funk, and Bluegrass, will cater towards music heads who crave live performance mastery. Sacred Rose is about the love of music, inspired by the halcyon days of the 60s counterculture concerts and playful hippie spirit. The name pays homage to both Sacred Rose founder Michael Berg’s own professional pianist Grandfather, and The Grateful Dead, the progenitors of this culture.