Monthly Archives: March 2016

Shpongle, PANTyRAiD, The Polish Ambassador, Ayla Nereo and Hamsa Lila Among Headliners for Enchanted Forest Gathering 2016

Laytonville, CA – The sixth annual installment of Enchanted Forest Gathering, Northern California’s celebrated music, yoga, flow-arts and conscious movement festival, has just announced its most heavy-hitting music lineup to date. Taking place July 22-24, 2016, the Gathering’s headliners include England’s forefather of psychedelic electronica Shpongle, the festival circuit’s unofficial Funkiest Diplomat The Polish Ambassador, […]

The Big Fish Returns — Coachella’s Technicolor Do LaB Stage Reveals Brilliant 2016 Weekend Lineups

Empire Polo Club Grounds – Indio, CA– What happens when 12 years of imagination, creativity, taste-making and ingenuity collide? Los Angeles-based music and event production maestros, Do LaB, announce their masterfully-curated and vivacious 2016 musical lineup for the most exuberant stage at Coachella, “Big Fish”. Known for its vibrant embrace and penchant for splishing and […]

The Anticipated Canadian Festival, Shambhala, Releases its 2016 Lineup

I don’t know about you all, but the team here at Festival Squad has been awaiting the announcement of Canadian’s highly anticipated festival.. Shambhala. Well now its here and this August festival cannot come soon enough for us. The headliners are amazing, the stages are supposed to be overly gaudy and the people fantastic. Who […]

Lovin on The Strokes: One of the many reasons to attend NYC’s Governors Ball

Written by Ariana Assaf   New York City’s Governor’s Ball announced it’s lineup in January, and with festival season upon us we’ve decided it’s high time to share our thoughts. Which really means I’ve decided to continue my fangirling over The Strokes for as long as I possibly can.   Let me explain: I know […]

Secret Solstice: My Choice Summer Destination Festival for 2016

Written by Sara Joy Tiberio After attending festivals in Canada and Europe, I fell in love with the idea of getting to explore outside the U.S. but also attend a music festival and combine my passion for both music and traveling. It’s a completely different experience to go to a festival outside your own country, and […]

The Village, Lightning in a Bottle’s Sacred Environment, Announces Theme and Workshops

Bradley, CA – In celebration of the earth and to inspire humanity to reconnect within, Do LaB proudly unveils the 2016 theme, presenters, workshops and offerings for Lightning in a Bottle’s micro-environment and sacred epicenter, The Village. Built around a beautiful Grandmother Oak, paying homage to its 2016 theme, “Tree of Life”, The Village will […]

Desert Hearts returns this weekend for it’s 8th family reunion!

Written by Bryan Deng There are only 5 days left until the 8th bi-annual Desert Hearts Festival in the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation on April 1-4, 2016! This alternative, underground, transformational house and techno festival in Southern California has been garnering international attention ever since it started 3 years ago, making several top 10 headlines and […]

BUKU Festival Review: Something’s Shaking Near Shakedown Street

Reviewed by Austin Allen Since the debut in 2012, Buku Music & Arts Festival has sold out for this third time; accommodating 30K individuals from all over the nation with pins on their hats and love in their hearts. All patrons eager to experience this remarkable festival. How To Get There As a Chicago native and […]


  FEATURING:   MODESELEKTOR – live RZA feat. STONE MECCA, KILL THE NOISE, JOSEPH CAPRIATI, TIGA, MATTHEW DEAR, MIJA and more…   MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND MOVEMENT 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY MAY 28 – 30 HART PLAZA, DETROIT   “Movement Detroit’s annual revelry is the pinnacle of underground dance music.” THUMP   3-Day Weekend Passes, 3-Day VIP Weekend […]

Serenity Gathering Review: Experiences Amongst The Yucca Brevifolia

Photos and words by Mitchell Aaron Gross Off 29 Palms Rd in the Yucca Valley lies the Joshua Tree Retreat Center, the new home of Serenity Gathering. The entrance consisted of a dirt road off 29 Palms and marked with a sign slightly larger than a pizza box from Costco and extremely friendly staff members […]