NYC: Panorama Music Festival 2017
The music festival produced by the same team behind Coachella is delivering a stacked lineup with something for everyone. For its second running year, Panorama arrives to Randall’s Island, one of NYC’s most unique public parks in an island between Queens and The Bronx. If you’re in NY you can get your tickets here. If you’re not, you might want to check out our contest, where we fly you and a friend to NYC, put you up at The Standard, and hook you up with 3 day passes.
Here’s the Lineup and info:
Friday July 28
From the heady cuts by DJ Shadow to MØ‘s catchy pop anthems, the weekend kicks off with a bang. We recommend Jamila Woods and definitely do not miss the dance floor wizard/veteran Theo Parrish. Come the end of the day, we’ll leave it to giants Frank Ocean and Solange to pull a home run closing our Day 1.
Saturday July 29
Hopefully you got a full night’s rest or drank whatever wakes you up. Second day of Panorama brings you a slew of New York-based talent: Sofi Tukker, Anthony Naples, Mitski, Mister Saturday Night, Huerco S, and more. Also, music darlings S U R V I V E, Jagwar Ma, Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker), LA-punk ladies Bleached, and tons more. The night will end with heavy-hitters Tame Impala and Alt-J.
Sunday July 30
Sunday’s lineup is not to be taken lightly. While the festival closers Nine Inch Nails and A Tribe Called Quest are legends of the music biz, the day is filled with exciting talent. On the DJ front, Tim Sweeney, Derrick Carter, DJ Heather and Honey Dijon will keep your feet moving. French duo Justice makes one exciting comeback and Cashmere Cat, Glass Animals, Angel Olsen, and more.
If you’re looking for something to keep you busy until the festival, make sure to check out the official Spotify playlist:
How To Get There
Wondering how to get there? Hop on the Ferry or take the Shuttle, or bike if you’re down to ride. If you’re not in NYC, then you need to stop what you’re doing and check out OUR CONTEST PAGE!. You can also still get tickets on their website.
Where To Stay
While we have you here, make sure to read up on our top 3 hotels to stay at during the festival. You may just need to catch up on zzz’s at some point or another.
The Standard, High Line
Our #1 choice for a home away from home during Panorama weekend (or any other weekend, period). From their swanky, modern rooms and suites to the groovy tunes at Le Bain on the top floor… down to the delicious meals awaiting at their downstairs eateries. It’s a win-win at this Meatpacking hotel.
The Standard, East Village
The East Village is rife with character and history and The Standard captures the neighborhood’s vibe within its property. Here, you’ll enjoy sprawling city views from your room, get a good night’s rest, and be around to enjoy lunch at Narcissa–do not miss out on one of the best meals in town.
Let’s face it, NYC is expensive. This boutique hotel doesn’t break the bank, is super well located tucked away nearby Soho, and still manages to charm your socks off. With renovated, intimate rooms, a neighborhood vibe, and knowledgeable staff, it makes for a wonderful stay if you’re fresh to New York City.