The future might seem bleak, but these songs keep us optimistic.
The songs we leaned on during the heartbreak, political turmoil, celebration, and devastation that was the 2010s.
These artists had the vision, originality, and talent to keep the dance floor filled all decade long.
From The Sun Still Burns Here, an immersive dance project touring over the next three months.
Featuring Christine and the Queens, Blood Orange, and Perfume Genius in a support role.
A collaborative “cover” of Empress Of’s Us track.
Pearl Jam, The National, Friendly Fires, and Throes + the Shine elevate a spellbinding weekend.
Coming in support of their new album, High As Hope, the 23-city trek includes dates alongside St. Vincent, Kamasi Washington, Perfume Genius, and Lizzo.
Plus, BROCKHAMPTON, Queens of the Stone Age, Eminem, Natalie Portman, and many more.
Nearly 100 performances will be streamed, including Beyoncé, The Weeknd, SZA, David Byrne, St. Vincent, Jamiroquai, HAIM, and Migos.
There are a number of brutal schedule conflicts, including The Weeknd vs. Jamiroquai, Vince Staples vs. The War on Drugs, Angel Olsen vs. Chromeo, and more.
A new leg of US dates scheduled for September and October, including a run of East Coast shows stretching from Maine to Florida.