Monthly Archives: June 2016

Our Countdown to Mamby is Near the End!

written by Austin Allen This Fourth of July weekend, indie, hip-hop, and dance music will fill the sandy grounds of Oakwood Beach. Just over ten minutes from Chicago’s South Loop, acts like Atmosphere, Milky Chance, Chet Faker, Hannah Wants, and many more must-see artists are making up what is bound to be a very memorable […]

Ookay Talks “Thief” Video

written by Ariana Assaf Today, LA-based DJ Ookay has given fans an extra dose of crowd favorite “Thief” with the release of the song’s music video. While the soulful sax notes and #loveislove message at the end of the video speak mostly for themselves, we’d like to give you a behind-the-scenes look at Ookay’s ideas for the video… […]

3 Must-See Acts at This Year’s VELD Music Festival

written by Nick Austin Ever go to a festival and wonder which sets to sacrifice in order to see your favorites? Toronto’s VELD Music Festival is just around the corner with its fifth installment taking place July 30–31 at Downsview Park, and after the previous four years of huge headliners and amazing local talent gracing its stages, I can’t help […]

Country Fest Pilgrimage Announces Daily Lineup

Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into a world of music, food, and culture set against the natural amphitheaters and vistas of this former walking horse farm located in Franklin, TN. Now in its second year, the festival just announced the lineup by day, as well as offering […]

Mo Pop Daily Lineups are Here!

written by Ariana Assaf Following two of Michigan’s most renowned music festivals—Movement and Electric Forest—comes Mo Pop, a fun two-day fest at West Riverfront Park in Detroit. Organizers have recently announced daily lineups featuring a solid mix of indie and pop artists with a touch of hip hop. Weekend tickets are available now for $109.50 […]

Splash House: A Vibrant Burst of Color in Palm Springs

Written by Bryan Deng Splash House Quick Facts: Camping: No Capacity: Small Crowd type:  College, Trendy, 21+ Music genre: Deep House, Tropical House, Future Bass How To Get There Palms Springs is about a two hour drive from both LA and San Diego, so if you are coming from out of the area it would be […]

Slightly Stoopid: Return of The Red Eye Tour

Artwork page: Cody Blocker Illustration written by Stephanie Rosa & Austin Eames   Last Friday, marijuana and music enthusiasts alike congregated in the beautiful town of Berkley, California to take part in Slightly Stoopid’s newest tour: The Return of The Red Eye. This particular stop was held at the renowned Greek Theatre, known for its […]

What Makes Glastonbury Festival So Great?

Written by Stephanie Rosa (Originally posted in 2015)  All You Need Is Love If you combined a Disney World made for adults, a carnival, a music festival, a spiritual center and a worldwide cook-off together, you would still not wind up with the creative, mind-blowing concoction that is Glastonbury. Ripped out of a page of […]

Unity Travel at The Day After Music Festival in Panama

Written by Erika Renee For the last two years, we at Unity Travel have had the joy of partnering with The Day After, Panama’s premier music festival. This partnership has allowed us to take the uncertainty international attendees may face out of the experience, allowing travelers to enjoy the festival and everything this cosmopolitan city […]