A 15-year-old girl in hospice care was determined to attend a Florence and The Machine concert in spite of her illness. But as the day drew nearer, it became evident that she was too sick to leave the Austin, Texas medical facility. So, on Friday, May 20, Florence came to her instead.
Lauryn Hill is so infamous for showing up wild late to concerts (as in up to four hours late) that people avoid even attending her shows. After fans in Atlanta waited over two hours on Friday, Hill posted what sounds like a bullshit explanation on Facebook.
Hey, jealousy. The crowd at the Montreal Society for Arts and Technology KANPE KANAVAL benefit concert was transported to another plane of melodic euphoria when Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, Régine Chassagne, and Richard Reed Parry united with David Byrne to perform songs from Talking Heads.
Rihanna’s upcoming ANTI tour, originally set to kick off later this month, will be delayed a few weeks, reportedly due to production issues.
Although it has not been a month since the massacre that brought their concert at the Bataclan theater to a bloody, terrifying halt, members of the rock band Eagles of Death Metal have already returned to the Paris stage.
Honesty is generally the best policy, especially when learning the truth requires no more than an internet connection and roughly five minutes.
Imagine your typical Mumford & Sons fan. Is he wearing a waist coat? Does he have a handlebar mustache? Does he ride a bike that he calls his velocipede? Of course, he does.
Prince has released “Baltimore,” the song he wrote in response to Freddie Gray and the Baltimore protests. The singer is also set to perform tonight in Baltimore with his band 3RDEYEGIRL at a benefit concert called “Rally 4 Peace.” Concertgoers have been encouraged to wear gray in honor of Freddie Gray and those who…
The end of a romantic relationship can cause people to do some pretty nutty things that they probably wouldn’t do without broken heart or wounded ego. Breakup with someone and suddenly you start considering ayahuasca retreats in the rainforest, revenge, or—craziest of all—getting bangs. So what’s the most insane thing
For better or worse, it’s festival season, which is why we’re using this week’s Pissing Contest to talk about our most memorable concert experiences!
During our drive to Coachella, Kara and I were trying to create some sort of game plan for the weekend. Who were we most excited to see? Who could we skip? Even though I’d seen them just a few months ago, I insisted that we go to Steely Dan because they are so excellent. And that’s when I found out Judge Kara Brown…
Lovers of camp, rejoice! Liberace, your grandmother's most bedazzled and misguided crush, will be touring the U.S. for the first time since his death in 1987. This time as a hologram.
Grover Norquist and the rest of the unruly drug addled anarchists who planned on descending on the annual debauchathon known as Burning Man will have to hold off for at least another 24 hours — rain has made the road to the Nevada desert fest unpassable.
A mom decided to teach her daughter a lesson by selling the teen's Katy Perry concert tickets.
Over the weekend, a 17-year-old girl attending a rowdy Keith Urban concert outside of Boston broke away from her friends with a man she'd just met. Minutes later, the man was sexually assaulting her out in the open as more than a dozen passersby watched, with some even taking cell phone videos.
Here is a comprehensive list of topics discussed in the pit at Brooklyn's Barclays Center during Thursday night's Beyoncé concert:
Thanks to the ubiquity of digital photo capturing devices, nothing need go undocumented. Food? Instagram that shit. Baby? Vines or it didn't happen. Engagements? #NoFilter #OMG And tag your new fiancee or otherwise no one will know. But although the intention of photographing everything from the banal to the momentous…
[RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Beyonce performs on stage during a concert in the Rock in Rio Festival on September 13, 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)]
The Paradiso Festival — which happened over the weekend in George, Washington — featured electronic sensations like Tiësto and Adventure Club. But apparently a bad batch of drugs also made an appearance at the two-day rumpus, since 100 people overdosed and one person died.