Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Bob Dylan, Future, Migos, Flume, The Shins, and many more.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Rookie founder Tavi Gevinson conducts poignant interview with her New Zealand contemporary.
Their soundtrack included “Don’t Take the Money”, Antonoff’s new collaboration with Lorde.
Following “Green Light”, Jack Antonoff and the New Zealand pop star meet again.
The festival’s fifth anniversary brings LCD Soundsystem, The xx, Phoenix, and more to Atlanta.
Kings of Leon, Usher with The Roots, Flume, Solange, Anderson .Paak, Blood Orange, and more.
“You had better do what you are told. You’d better listen to the radio.”
Florence Welch, Grateful Dead, Noel Gallagher perform on charity single “Boob Spelled Backwards is Boob” — listen
Hozier, Elle King, Bleachers and others also appear.
Jack Antonoff’s unbridled energy carries his one-day festival in its inaugural year.
Could this be Canada’s answer to Bonnaroo or Coachella? There’s reason to believe.
Senior citizens kick it with Mumford and Sons, ride the ferris wheel with Dawes, and more.
Relive a weekend spent with The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, and Billy Idol