March 24th, 2014
Snowboxx is Europe’s ultimate snow sports and music festival. Nestled in the Andorran villages of Arinsal and La Massana music stages feature a backdrop of the Pyrenees. The Panoramix Stage is 1,800 meters up a mountain and the evening finale includes 25 pro skiers descending the mountain in formation with fire torches.
DJ talent includes Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs who’ll mix house beats with tropical and Balearic influences. Jackmaster will spin pure, unadulterated party vibes with his elaborate eye-popping set. DJ Monki is a regular fixture behind the decks at clubs and festivals around Europe and her bass music sets will create magic at the Secret Stage.
After parties spread throughout Arinsal and La Massana including at Blow, a cocktail bar cum bowling alley and at the legendary Argentinian steak house Surf. And of course, let’s not forget the snow.
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March 16th, 2014
This week embrace a new season!
The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from the mayor of Tokyo to the city of Washington, D.C. in honor of the lasting friendship between the U.S. and Japan. It’s a wonderful way to herald in Spring and celebrate community and culture.
The signature event, National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade® has it all: blossom-inspired floats, balloons and marching bands from across the country.
Cultural programming includes Cantate Chamber Singers who perform Benjamin Britten’s Curlew River, based on the Japanese noh play Sumidagawa. Dance the night away at Cherry Blast, a multimedia experience at Blind Whino.
Go fly a kite on the grounds of the Washington Monument where you can compete against other kite flyers, make a kite or just hone your skills. Taiko drummers and dancers from Tamagawa University will shake up the Freer Gallery of Art with a spectacular performance.
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March 9th, 2014
This week you have to be in Austin!
SXSW Music is the place to gorge yourself on up-and-coming artists as well as veteran musicians.
From Austin’s cassette and vinyl releasing label Holodeck Records, enjoy great DIY synth scene musicians such as bass heavy Dylan C. Australia is well represented at SXSW by singer-songwriter Vance Joy, the poppy beach rock of Lime Cordiale and the dreamy pop jams of Owl Eyes.
Join a New Orleans second line as Hot 8 Brass Band performs several shows led by tuba player Bennie Pete. At the other end of the spectrum is K-pop star and fashion designer HyunA.
Want to produce a music festival? Get the low-down from experts at this music festival session. Or find out how the music and fashion worlds collide. Catch the session with Melissa Etheridge who talks about today’s new music industry.
Close it all out with the SXSW BBQ and Softball Tournament.
There is nothing like SXSW Music. Don’t miss it!
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March 2nd, 2014
Want to come to a great party in Malaysia?
Future Music Festival Asia transforms the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur into one happening place.
Trance, dubstep, electro, pop all make an appearance at the biggest music festival in Southeast Asia.
Deadmau5 kicks off the first day with his 100,000 watt extravaganza followed by Armin van Buuren unleashing his live show, A State of Trance 650.
Prolific pop hit wonder Pharrell Williams performs on Saturday along with Raekwon & Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Melbourne DJ/producer Will Sparks redefines the dance floor and fellow Aussie Tenzin will get you to fall under his spell.
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February 23rd, 2014
Oh, to be in Australia!
One of the best destinations on the festival circuit is the Adelaide Festival of Arts. This year, the festival continues its streak of thoughtfully curated theatre, dance, music and master classes.
Of the many highlights, be sure to check out the ones on our list.
American composer John Zorn leads a series of evening concerts in Zorn In Oz, accompanied by other stellar musicians including John Medeski and Mike Patton. Isabella Rossellini regales us with insect and sea creature sex in Green Porno. Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company return to Adelaide to perform the electrifying dance odyssey Sadeh21, their first performance at Adelaide since 1996. UK band Tiger Lillies embark on a multi-media performance of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
Also of special note, Australian work includes The Shadow King, an Indigenous reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Go enjoy your time and transform you life!
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