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Glastonbury 2015 Festival Review: 20 Worthy Awards + Photos

You can be a regular festivalgoer, a first-timer, or just hooked on the BBC TV coverage in the UK — everyone has an opinion on… 4,595 more words

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In Photos: Animal Planet's Woofstock 2015

Photography by Heather Kaplan

Dogs and cats lived together near Chicago’s Soldier Field last Saturday afternoon as part of Animal Planet’s Woofstock: Road to Puppy Bowl… 601 more words

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#Iwanttodrawyourband does UNSOUND TORONTO

This past Saturday for a very special edition of #Iwanttodrawyourband, Ashley Grafe and I collaborated on a live painting at one of the coolest and most unique events I’ve ever had the pleasure of attending. 657 more words

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Bonnaroo's Five Best Craft Beers at Broo'ers Festival

For 14 years, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has been bringing together pure magic down in Manchester, Tennessee. Though its roots are deep in the jam music scene, part of the joy of the annual event is how it’s branched out to cover fans of all types of genres. 2,014 more words

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Bonnaroo 2015 Festival Review: From Worst to Best

We all come to Bonnaroo for one reason or another: love, escape, freedom, “fuck it.” Whatever brings you there usually brings you back. That’s because The Farm is more or less a permutation of nirvana —  a raw, unrivaled experience that, yes, includes unbearable heat and the occasional whiff of feces, but also one where the positives squash the negatives like a water bottle that’s been dropped in the middle of a Deadmau5 set. 9,934 more words

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The Best of the Tiny Fonts in Bonnaroo's 2015 Lineup

As far as festivals go, Bonnaroo is one of the biggest and best. The artists that hit the festival’s multitude of stages and tents each year represent the biggest names in the business as well as promising young talents just breaking into the big time. 1,710 more words

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Governors Ball 2015 Festival Review: From Worst to Best

It’s got to be hard coming off a title like Festival of the Year. There has to be at least some pressure for a follow up, like an Oscar winner picking their next project. 8,914 more words

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