Moonrise Festival CANCELLED

It is with a heavy heart that we regret to announce the cancellation of this year’s Moonrise Festival. Although we have put everything we had into this event trying to make it happen we have hit a roadblock that we just cannot overcome as the final permit needed will not be approved. 

We are devastated by what has happened but with just under 3 weeks out from this event we cannot move forward without this final permit. We want to both thank and apologize to the fans, the artists, all members of the media, and everyone else who have supported this event. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. We have battled to keep this event alive and we are absolutely crushed by this turn of events.

Refunds can be received from directly from the Ticketfly webpage or through the outlet that you purchased your ticket from. 

We are working on some alternative events in the area that will feature artists who were scheduled to perform on the festival. Please stand by for further information on these events as information confirms.”

After many rumors of cancellation, Moonrise Festival has officially announced that it will have to cancel the festival due to not securing a permit. The festival was supposed to take place on the 8th & 9th of June in Port Covington, MD.

Via: Moonrise Festival



HARD Summer Music Festival

Los Angeles’ biggest summertime music event, the sixth annual HARD SUMMER has announced on March 28th the first stage for this year’s edition taking place Saturday, August 3 and Sunday, August 4 at Los Angeles State Historic Park.  The two-day festival will serve as the only U.S. stop of the Ed Banger 10-Year Anniversary Tour with the Ed Banger 10th Anniversary Stage.

“We are celebrating 10 years of Ed Banger Records this year,” states Pedro Winter aka Busy.P of Ed Banger Records. “10 years means 10 shows all around the world, with one great stop at HARD SUMMER in L.A.  JUSTICE (DJ set), BREAKBOT live, BUSY.P Ed Banger Megamix, FEADZ, MR. OIZO, SO ME and more will show how we party in Paris!”

Further line-up information will be released soon.  Tickets are on sale now via

Since launching in 2008, HARD SUMMER has become the largest ticketed music festival in the city of Los Angeles, expanding as a two-day event last year for the first time in the festival’s 6-year history. In 2012, the festival drew over 50,000 party goers to downtown Los Angeles for high-octane performances from the likes of Skrillex, Bloc Party, Miike Snow (Live), Boys Noize, Bloody Beetroots (DJ set), NERO (Live), Magnetic Man, Squarepusher, James Murphy, Little Dragon and many more.  Details on the 2013 line-up will be announced soon.

Camp Bisco

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Twelve years later and still going strong! Camp Bisco is at it once again, bringing another three days filled with music and art to Mariaville, New York. During July 11-13, people can expect Camp Bisco’s strongest line-up to date. And, for the seventh year in a row, it will be returning to the Indian Lookout Country Club, which is located only 30 minutes away from Albany, NY. The 200-acre, grass fields will help in housing the newly expanded dance tents, equipped with surround sound, and the even greater concert production that will be added to every stage. Camp Bisco is working on enhancing the festival experience for its guests by including large-scale art installations and artist workshops to performance art demonstrations, carnival rides and more. They will also once again be offering long distance shuttles from Albany, Baltimore, Boston, New York City and Philadelphia. All these elements put together are bound to make for another great time at Camp Bisco.


Full Line-up:

The Disco Biscuits; Bassnectar; Passion Pit; STS9; Animal Collective; Umphrey’s McGee; Flux Pavillion; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; Lotus; Wolfgang Gartner; Boys Noize; Squarepusher; Tommy Trash; Dillion Francis; ℧Z; Aeroplane; Alvin Risk; Audrey Napoleon; Baauer; Bear Mountain; Boombox; Break Science; Cherub; Chris Malinchak; Clockwork; Com Truise; Congorock; Cosby Sweater; Crizzly; Dan Deacon; Designer Drugs; Dirtyphonics (Live); El-P; Eskmo; Flosstradamus; Free Energy; Gigamesh; Govinda; Gramatik; Grandtheft; Green Lantern; HeRobust; Heroes x Villians; Indobox; Killer Mike; Koan Sound; Manic Focus; M | O | D; Nadis Warriors; Nick Thayer; Paper Diamond; Party Supplies; Popeska; Project 46; RL Grime; Rubblebucket; Ryan Hemsworth; The Werks; Toro y Moi; Twiddle; Vacationer; VHS or Beta; Wick-It the Instigator; and Zoogma.



GA – $185

GA Last Minute – $199

VIP – $480

2 person Platinum VIP – $1400

4 person Platinum VIP – $2800

Tickets available on

Camp Bisco has also introduced a layaway plan, where fans can divide payments on General Admission tickets equally between the on sale date and June 10th.

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