Boston’s thundering Fourth of July Celebration on The Esplanade is considered one of the best (if not the best) Independence Day shows in America. Here’s a few tips to get it right.
NYC’s Panorama music festival is back for a second year with amazing talent: Solange, Tame Impala, A Tribe Called Quest, Frank Ocean, NIN, and more.
Miami’s III Points Festival is back with three days of the best music from all over the world and features the best local talent.
Full Moon Fest: A boutique music festival in NYC’s Governors Island that has a stacked lineup.
Everything you need to know about Boston Calling Music Festival and more!
The Electric Daisy Carnival is the largest electronic dance music festival in Las Vegas–and one of the biggest in the world. Prepare for three-days of bass, neon, and lasers.
Frieze, New York’s most important art fair takes over Randall’s Island each May, housing the greatest contemporary art galleries in the world.
From May until September, New York offers up a steady stream of music, arts, and nightlife that will keep your feet moving and your hands in the air.
Austin is rife with great food. We explore local tex-mex, DIY bars, breweries, and barbecue joints. From Rainey Street to the off-the-beaten-path Austin gems, here’s where to find them.
Held since February 2010, Together Boston is rapidly taking a leading role in unifying music, art, and technology. The week-long series brings artists and producers of all backgrounds to engage in discussions, screenings, demos, and of course–performances!
Hotels ideal for a Coachella pilgrimage with you and your crew, plus the best of Palm Springs hospitality–on and off season.
Tribeca Film Festival showcases some of the greatest behind the scenes talent in film, VR, animation, and storytelling. And you get to be part of it all.
SOBEWFF has been serving up stellar dishes by the best chefs around. The fifteen year old festival is the largest in the US, backed by the Food Network, Delta, NYTimes, and more.
Fenway Park is one of the crown jewels of Boston. It’s the oldest baseball park in the MLB, and is just as fun for its rich history as it is for its awesome games.
What comes to mind when you think of New Orleans? Let’s be honest, it’s most likely visions of Mardi Gras and all its cultural-meets-party glory.
Miami Music Week brings the best in music, interactive art, nightlife, and beyond. The fun spans South Beach to Downtown and culminates with Ultra Music Festival.
Since the sixties, the San Francisco Sound has epitomized the counterculture movement that made its talent and venues, iconic. Here’s the lowdown on how to take in SF’s music landscape today.
It’s no secret that Vegas visitors come prepared to spend. Our gaming tip is to quit while you’re ahead. Instead, walk away with your earnings and go drop some cash on new Saint Laurent boots.
So, you want to go to Queens? Bet you didn’t know that you could get your tennis fix for the year in this part of NYC. Yep, that’s right: The U.S. Open takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens.
Incredible crowds, an absolutely stacked talent lineup, and the gorgeous beauty of the Zilker area make Austin City Limits one of the city’s best.
During awards season, the Kodak Theater becomes a mecca for all things showbiz. The Academy Awards are the ultimate prize, where Oscars are handed out to the best in film for the year.
This celebration of music and culture has been showcasing immense talent from New Orleans and Louisiana since 1970, when Mahalia Jackson, Duke Ellington, and the Eureka Brass Band got together to hold a small parade. Today’s incarnation is a celebration of music, food, culture, crafts, and heritage in the birthplace of Jazz.
SXSW is a massive event showcasing the film, music, and interactive industries. The conferences offers tons of panel discussions, workshops, talks, and even performances.
Whether you like it or not, NYC is the fashion capital of the Americas. Kicking off Fashion month, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week offers a slew of market-leading American designers.