Entering into its 15th year, Wales festival Green Man has announced its line-up for 2017, which sees PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams and Future Islands as the headliners. In addition, Michael Kiwanuka, BADBADNOTGOOD, Jon Hopkins, Lambchop and Angel Olsen have also been tapped for the big event.
It all takes place in the Brecon Beacons 17th to 20th August. Get your tickets here.
This year’s Rolling Loud festival in Miami, Florida is one of pure Hip-Hop awesomeness. Kendrick Lamar, Future, Lil Wayne, A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott and Young Thug are tapped to headline, while the stage will also see appearances from Mac Miller, Kevin Gates, Post Malone, Tyler, The Creator, Lil Yachty, Kodak Black, Migos, 21 Savage….the line-up is pretty top-notch from top to bottom.
You can see the full list below and get your tickets here. Rolling Loud takes place 5th to 7th May in Bayfront Park.
Washington (state) festival Sasquatch has revealed their line-up for this year, which sees Twenty One Pilots, Frank Ocean and Chance The Rapper as headliners. In addition, we also see MGMT, Phantogram, Mac Miller, Mount Kimbie, Joey Purp and more set to take the stage. Finally, there’s also an impressive comedy line-up with Fred Armisen, Sasheer Zamata and more.
Sasquatch takes place 26th to 28th May at the Gorge. Get your tickets here (from Saturday).
Laura Marling and Tom Odell have been announced as headliners (alongside Elbow) for this year’s Mouth of the Tyne Festival, which takes place in Tynemouth 6th to 9th July. Said festival director Steve Bishop (source):
We’re thrilled to welcome some of the biggest names in British music to the festival this year. The event has special acts in an amazing setting and, as we’re just 8 miles east of Newcastle upon Tyne with award-winning beaches, the festival makes a great weekend visit.
Following the big reveal of Aphex Twin, Field Day — which takes place in Victoria Park next June — has liberates some more acts for their initial line-up, which includes Nina Kraviz, Mura Masa, Flying Lotus, Death Grips and more.
On 22nd to 23th July, Chicago’s highly-rated Lollapalooza festival is expanding to the Hippodrome de Longchamp in Paris, and their line-up is pretty sick. Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd, Imagine Dragons, Lana Del Rey and DJ Snake are the event headliners; Skepta, Alt-J, The Roots, Liam Gallagher, London Grammar, Tiggs Da Author and more will be making an appearance as well.
This Spring, Killer Mike and El-P — collectively known as Run The Jewels — will be returning to the UK and Europe, which will include a stop at London’s Roundhouse (1st April). Tickets go on sale this Friday; you can check out the schedule below.
For the few of you who might’ve missed it, you can check out RTJ3here.
RUN THE JEWELS EUROPEAN TOUR DATES:
29 Mar – Belfast, UK @ Limelight
30 Mar – Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia
31 Mar – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall
01 Apr – London, UK @ Roundhouse
03 Apr – Mayrhofen, Austria @ Snowbombing fest
05 Apr – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
06 Apr – Brussels, Belgium @ AB Main Hall
07 Apr – Paris, France @ Élysée Montmartre
02 Jun – Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Festival
09 Jun – Aarhus, Denmark @ Northslide Festival
This morning, a shooter opened fire at the EDM-based BPM Festival in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, killing 4 (UPDATE: It’s not 5) and injuring more at the Blue Parrot club on the 10-day event’s closing night. The reasons for the violence isn’t yet known.
BPM organizers have released a statement via social media, which can be read in its entirety below.
It is with great sadness to share that police have confirmed reports of a lone shooter outside the Blue Parrot nightclub in Playa Del Carmen earlier today, which resulted in four fatalities and twelve injured. The violence began on 12th street in front of the club and three members of the BPM security team were among those whose lives were lost while trying to protect patrons inside the venue.
The BPM Festival has been working closely with the local authorities (Seguridad Publica / Policia Turistica) throughout the festival to ensure public safety and security for all visitors. We are overcome with grief over this senseless act of violence and we are cooperating fully with local law enforcement and government officials as they continue their investigation.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and their families and all those affected by these tragic events.
As can be seen from the tweet above, The 1975 are being forced to reschedule their forthcoming European tour dates due to “unforeseen circumstances”. We should be seeing the new dates soon (within “48 hours”); in the meantime, the original schedule can be seen below.
31 January – Amsterdam AFAS Live
1 February – Paris Olympia
3 February – Barcelona Sant Jordi Club
5 February – Madrid Barclaycard Centre
7 February – Lyon Transbordeur
8 February – Milan Mediolanum Forum
10 February – Zurich Samsung Hall
13 February – Cologne Palladium
14 February – Luxembourg Rockhal Box
15 February – Munich Tonhalle
17 February – Offenbach Stadthalle
18 February – Hamburg Sporthalle
20 February – Vienna Stadthalle
21 February – Prague Forum Karlin
25 February – Helsinki Ice Hall
27 February – Stockholm Ericsson Globe
As can be seen by the glorious flyer above: Tennessee festival Bonnaroo has revealed an impressive line-up for this year, which sees U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd and Chance The Rapper as the main headliners. In addition, Major Lazer, Flume, Lorde, The xx, Travis Scott, Future Islands, Tory Lanez, Tove Lo, D.R.A.M., Michael Kiwanuka and more will also be amongst the acts to hit the stage.
It all takes place in Manchester (Tennessee) 8th to 11th June. Get your tickets here.
Even though big Bestival is leaving the island for Dorset, the Isle of Wight still has its namesake festival gearing up for a great summer event. In addition to Arcade Fire and Rod Stewart, new names have popped up: David Guetta, Run DMC, George Ezra, Bastille, Jack Savoretti and Rag n Bone Man are now included in the ever-growing line-up.