November began with a bang when The Neighbourhood brought their “Middle of Somewhere Tour” to Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Claud and Slow Hollows for a long-awaited and fulfilling performance.
Bring Me The Horizon wrapped up their visually and aurally-enthralling Threesome Tour at the Fillmore Miami Beach, and along with Poppy and Sleeping With Sirens, it offered an audio, and most of all, visual experience like no other.
After just seven months, American Airlines Arena once more hosted Twenty One Pilots, with Bear Hands opening the show, and, given the numbers the duo pulled, you would have thought it was their first time back in over a year.
South Florida honoured the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting via a memorable #ParklandStrong benefit concert featuring William Ryan Key, Chris Carrabba and pop-punk icons New Found Glory.
The second and final day of Fort Rock arrived and the energy was remarkable. We caught so many amazing performances including, Breaking Benjamin, Stone Sour and Stone Temple Pilot.
For the first time since its start six years ago, Fort Rock was held in Sunrise, FL. Day 1 saw crazy performances from many bands including, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch and headliners Godsmack.
Fort Rock is fast-approaching and we’re here to help you schedule your time at South Florida’s loudest weekend of the year with our TOP 10 must-see sets.
The 2018 edition of Rolling Loud will take place at Miami, FL’s Hard Rock Stadium and host headliners Future, J. Cole, and Travis Scott, plus some of rap’s biggest names!
Day 4 of Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival was a perfect way to close out the 4-day weekend, especially with the spectacular performances from Arcade Fire, Zeds Dead and Two Feet.
Day 3 of Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Okeechobee, FL saw impressive sets from hit-makers the likes of Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, The Roots, The Flaming Lips and many more!
In 2013, Fort Rock was born in Fort Myers, FL: a city where live music is scarce and big names rarely visit.
In South Florida, the beginning of the year means one thing to festival-goers: Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is just a few weeks away.