Here’s our recap of four highlights, and one lowlight, from the August 4th event at Fort York in Toronto, featuring The National, Father John Misty, Jenny Lewis, Julien Baker, and Dan Edmond.
The “Mourning in Amerika” tour, featuring Rise Against and AFI, rolled through Philly on August 4th hitting the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing.
It was a hot summer day in So Cal, but that didn’t stop the dressed-in-black metal fans from packing the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA, excited to catch Like A Storm, Shinedown, and Godsmack.
Day 1 started off sunny, and although I anticipated rain in the forecast I was not expecting a torrential rainfall which made the first day interesting.
Osheaga has become the Canadian equivalent to festivals like Lollapalooza thanks to a few distinguishing factors.
On August 4th, 2014, I had a chance to see The Kooks play Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall. I haven’t listened to this band since they released their album Junk of the Heart in 2011, but figured it would be a good night to get out with some old friends, have a few beers, and watch live music. Little did I know I would end up watching one of the best shows I have ever attended.