Festival late night sets announced

 Who’s counting down for music festival season? 

The season is fastly approaching all of us music fans and festivals around the country are putting their final touches on set lists and other features.  The whole music festival experience is indeed a unique and eye opening one, and any music fan should try and experience at least one music festival.  Or maybe ten.

Music festivals give fans a chance to see a wide variety of bands and musicians with people that share the same passion and love for music as you do.  There is nothing but good vibes and happiness at the festivals, and everyone in attendance is just thrilled to be alive listening to incredible music in a gorgeous location. 

For the bands, playing a major music festival is a huge accomplishment for them and it could probably be the biggest show the band has ever played.  This results in some of the best sets of live music you will ever see which alone will make you want to come back again and again.  Some of the craziest sets at music festivals are the late night sets.  By this point, everybody is really pumped after seeing the headlining band play and the late night sets always seem to result in the biggest parties and raves.

So without furthur ado, here are the late night sets at some of the biggest music festivals across the country:

Bonnaroo

Jay-Z

The Flaming Lips performing Dark Side of the Moon featuring Stardeath and White Dwarfs

LCD Soundsystem

Thievery Corporation

Galactic

The Black Keys

Deadmau5

Daryl Hall & Chromeo

Clutch

Bassnectar

Kid Cudi

GWAR

The Disco Biscuits

Dan Deacon Ensemble

 B.O.B.

All Good Music Festival

Lotus

The New Deal

Bassnectar

Yonder Mountain String Band

Wakarusa

Umphrey’s Mcgee

The Machine

Boombox

Dirtfoot

Lotus

Tortured Soul

Sound Tribe Sector Nine

Bassnectar

EOTO

Deadman Flats

Tea Leaf Green

Experience the trip and as always Jam On.

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One Response to Festival late night sets announced

  1. bobaitlin says:

    “The whole music festival experience is indeed a unique and eye opening one, and any music fan should try and experience at least one music festival. Or maybe ten.”
    I agree with what you’re saying here. Just listening to people who have been to music festivals talk about their excitement and/or experiences brings positive energy to any conversation. People don’t get excited about nothing, and they sure are excited about this. The music played at these festivals is unlike the music played any other shows.
    I agree, I agree, I agree.

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