The Made in America Music Festival, Jay Z and Live Nation’s annual two-day extravaganza, nestled along Philly’s iconic Benjamin Franklin Parkway, was an explosive celebration of today’s pop-culture, music, art, and even had a call to social action sprinkled in for good measure. Independent Philly’s review of the 2019 festival.
Mysteryland Festival: The USA Debut Memorial Day Weekend Festival Season 2014 has arrived, and with heavy hitters such as Ultra and Counterpoint in our rear-view; all roads now lead to Mysteryland. Nestled between the hills in Bethel, NY we find an amphitheater, 2000 acres of lush land, and a museum, all known as Bethel Woods […]Read More
Thursday, June 28th was packed with shows in Philadelphia and Independent Philly was all over the place to catch as many of them as possible. The evening started early (630pm) at the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing where America’s #1 DJ (2011) Kaskade rolled into town with his “Freaks of Nature” tour (with support from […]Read More
Large scale concert tours are one of the things we look forward to each summer. Summer of 2011 spawned IDentity Festival, the first traveling electronic music tour with an incredible line-up of DJs, live acts, and bands. On Friday, August 19th, ID Fest dropped on the Philadelphia region for a day long party at the […]Read More