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Janet Jackson Opens Set At 2018 Panorama Music Festival With Powerful Message

Janet Jackson's headlining set at the 2018 Panorama Music Festival this weekend sent a strong political and social message about racism in America. She opened the concert by displaying the names of victims of police brutality.

LoveLoud Festival Draws 35,000 People, Raises Over $1M To Support LGBT Youth

LoveLoud Festival raised more than $1 million following last weekend's two-day event. In an interview, Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds opened up about the success of the music festival.

Mumford & Sons Cover Radiohead’s ‘All I Need’ At Surprise Newport Festival Set

Mumford & Sons performed a series of songs with several guest artists at the Newport Folk Festival on Sunday. The British band also covered Radiohead's 'All I Need' at the event.

Avenged Sevenfold Cancels End Of The World Summer Tour, Festival Appearances

Avenged Sevenfold canceled its 'End of the World' summer tour due to M. Shadows' health problem. Prophets of Rage also released a statement regarding the cancelation.

Faster Horses Festival Suspended Briefly Due To Weather Threat

The Faster Horses Festival 2018 was briefly suspended on Friday afternoon because of intense weather condition. Performances from country music stars commenced a few hours later when the storm subsided.

Firefly Music Festival Completes Sale To Coachella Owners, Announces 2019 Dates

Firefly Music Festival is confirmed to take place from June 20 to 23, 2019. Aside from the update on the festival dates, the music event has also been sold to the owners of Coachella, AEG Presents.

Jay-Z Calls Out Philly Mayor For Banning Made In America Festival

Jay-Z wrote an op-ed to criticize Philadelphia city mayor, Jim Kenney, for banning Made in America Festival from the Benjamin Franklin Parkway after 2018. Mayor Kenney responded with a statement saying that the issue was a misunderstanding.

Blake Shelton Falls On Stage At Oregon Music Fest, Blames Pitbull

Blake Shelton was a bit too drunk this weekend that, while performing at a music festival, he stumbled and fell onstage. The video was captured by fans and uploaded online.

Vans Warped Tour Deals With ‘Mass Casualty Incident’ At PA Show

Officials have responded to the mass casualty incident that took place at the Vans Warped Tour on Monday. Concertgoers and performers experienced the scorching heat of the sun.

Glass Animals Cancel Float Fest Headlining Gig After Drummer Injury

Glass Animals announced that they will not be performing at upcoming live shows this year. In a lengthy post on Facebook, vocalist Dave Bayley revealed that drummer Joe Seaward has been involved in a major vehicular accident.

Vans Warped Tour In Nashville Leaves 20 Hospitalized, Hundreds Needing Treatment

The temperature at the Nashville stop of the Vans Warped Tour 2018 reached 101 degrees Fahrenheit, causing many to need medical attention. Around 20 people had to be rushed to the hospital because of the intense heat.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z To Headline Global Citizen Festival Honoring Nelson Mandela

The Global Citizen announced that Beyoncé and Jay-Z will headline the upcoming concert in South Africa in honor of Nelson Mandela. Mr. and Mrs. Carter will join Ed Sheeran, Usher, Chis Martin, and other artist set to perform at the event.

G-Eazy Runs Into Customs Issues, Cancels Headlining Gig At Cowboys Music Festival In Calgary

G-Eazy was denied entry at the Canadian border, barring him from performing at the Cowboys Music Festival on Monday night. The hip-hop star was previously arrested in Sweden for cocaine possession.

'Still On Vacation’: DJ Khaled Cancels Wireless Music Festival Performance, Pisses Off Fans

DJ Khaled fans were upset that the renowned music producer skipped the 2018 Wireless Festival in London to extend his holiday. The artist was replaced by his frequent collaborator Drake who performed songs from his new album 'Scorpion.'

Farm Aid 2018 Announces Initial Lineup, Taps Neil Young, Kacey Musgraves To Perform

Neil Young will headline the 2018 Farm Aid, an annual charity event that aims to help family farms in America. This is the first time that the concert will be held in Connecticut.

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