With the kiddies going back to school and the Summer coming to an end there are still a few places to go, people to see of course festivals to attend. If you didn’t go to any festivals, there’s still a chance. Let's start in Brooklyn.
If you’re into alternative sounds, natural style, or want to know what a young black Woodstock looks like, then you might want to cough up that $80 for your tickets. The two-day fest takes place in Commodore Park, Brooklyn as usual. The line-up is pretty much the same from last year with a few new faces. I assure you all of them are on your playlist. With artists like legendary Erykah Badu, Janelle Monet, The Internet, and Miguel it’s well worth it. Check out the full line-up or get tickets here.
We literally don't know what the fuck is going on with this festival. The only information we know is that it's in Canada. Go figure. But if you want to stay updated, you can sign up at Ticketmaster.
One Music Fest is one of the biggest festivals happening in Central Park, Atlanta on September 8th and 9th. This years line-up looks like Hot 97 and 107.5 had a baby in 2013. The fest will host an array of artists like Nas, Goldlink, and George Clinton & Parliament. ...I guess this is for those “I listen to everything” people. Either way, it’s still worth checking out if you’re in ATL. You can get tickets here.
MADE IN AMERICA
As we close our list, we give you Jay-Z's Made In America Fest hosted in Philadelphia, PA. The fest will be September 1st and 2nd and the line-up type lit. Everyone from Tokimonsta to Kendrick Lamar will be playing this year. Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill will be there and to be honest the possibility of them crossing paths after the release of Barbie Dreams should be enough to want to go.