Music festival season is underway, which means it can be easy to let great lineups slip through the cracks.
We’re calling out three festivals that are either newly burgeoning, breaking into the mainstream scene or have been around for years but we’re just excited to attend. Check out our three picks below:
Kicking off with Women Sound Off Festival — 2019 is only the second year for this bufzzworthy and widely turned out event. A weekend long fest, WSO is an inclusive, empowering space for women to network, connect and collaborate. It’s the kind of festival that truthfully feels as though it should have already been in existence for decades — yet WSO being so successful in its first year and now highly anticipated, it’s proof that events like this are actually rare for womxn music industry professionals. We’re here for this kind of thriving and game-changing.
With a huge lineup of Marmoset artists performing at Treefort Music Festival this year, there’s no doubt where we’ll be during this week of March. As a certified B Corporation, Treefort also happens to represent a ton of great values, upholding and executing positive social and environmental impact, all while still proving it’s possible to have an epically fun time. Learn more about how Treefort i s setting the bar high for responsible festival-going etiquette here.
This will be the 14th annual festival for Pitchfork. Operating as an independently run festival, the musical event focuses on presenting festival goers with an affordable — for festival standard anyway — and chill. Equipped with an awesome lineup, the festival feels like a community coming together with their thoughtfully assembled forts on site like their book fort and renegade craft fair.