Travis Scott To Replace Childish Gambino At Voodoo Fest

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After injuring himself onstage, Childish Gambino had to postpone his 2018 tour. Earlier this month, Travis Scott filled in for him at Austin City Limits. Now, New Orleans’ annual Voodoo Fest has announced that Scott will be replacing Glover this Saturday. Festival organizers tweeted, “Under doctor’s orders Childish Gambino has been advised to … More »

Childish Gambino Reschedules Tour Dates, Cancels Austin City Limits Performances

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Photo by John Salangsang/Invision/AP, File If you’ve been waiting to catch Childish Gambino on his This Is America tour, you’re unfortunately going to have to wait a little while longer. Due to a foot injury, Gambino has been forced to reschedule the remainder of his tour stops for the time being. All previously purchased tickets

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Envision’s 2018 lineup features Manic Focus, Bob Moses, DJ Tennis and more

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Envision Festival just announced the lineup for is 2018 event, set to take place in the jungles and beaches of Uvita in Costa Rica Feb. 21-25.

The first round of the lineup includes Manic Focus, Bob Moses, DJ Tennis, Xavier Rudd, Behrouz, CloZee, Audiofly and so many more.

With four different stages and a lineup that spans across all music tastes, the festival is an internationally acclaimed event that aims to draw in music lovers of all genres. Aside from the music, attendees will also have the opportunity to enjoy world-class yoga classes and workshops led by astrologers, activists and more.

Tickets to the festival are on sale now and start at around $300. Learn more at the festival’s website, envisionfestival.com.

 

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Arcade Fire, The Weeknd Among Voodoo 2016 Highlights

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - OCTOBER 30:  Win Butler of Arcade Fire performs at the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience at City Park on October 30, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Josh Brasted/WireImage)Each year since 1999, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has taken over New Orleans’ City Park for a weekend around Halloween. Now, Halloween in New Orleans is a lunatic experience to begin with. People are drinking by mid-morning, in costumes, some in fractured costumes and whatever’s left from the night before. Add a festival … More »