On Sunday, June 28th, Justice Comes Alive—a brand new, one-day, donation-based virtual event—will unite the live music community to raise funds and awareness for organizations empowering Black communities, keeping people out of the criminal justice system, and working to dismantle the systemic racism which persists in our society.  In partnership with the  PLUS1 For Black Lives Fund, proceeds raised during the day-long event will directly benefit participating artists as well as

LOCKN’ has announced details of its eagerly awaited Light From LOCKN’ livestream, a communal festival experience set for June 19-21 via FANS.com, FANS Facebook Page, FANS Twitch, Relix YouTube, Littlestar (Playstation4) and DailyMotion. Beginning each day at 10am ET, the free livestreamed event will present an array of live music, archival footage, exclusive content, and surprise guest appearances.

4 Peaks Presents will showcase some of their favorite 4 Peaks sets from the past 13 years at 4PeaksMusic.com. Viewers will enjoy past 4 Peaks performances from Poor Man’s Whiskey, Greensky Bluegrass, Billy Strings, Moe., Railroad Earth, and more.

4 Peaks Presents offers this gift to you free of charge as a way to say thanks for the generous support the 4 Peaks Music Festival has seen over the years. Their goal is to join together the people of our community and yours through music.

Rethink everything you thought you knew about the drive-in experience! The innovative minds of XL Event Labs, the creators of The Big Bounce America, announce their newest creation, The Parking Lot Social. The inaugural tour kicks off on June 23rd in Houston, TX, with a free event to local frontline medical staff.

Today, Bluegrass Pride announced Porch Pride: A Bluegrass Pride Queer-antine Festival. Airing over the weekend of June 27th and 28th, Porch Pride is a streaming festival featuring more than ten hours of live music over what would’ve been Pride weekend in San Francisco.

The Earl Scruggs Music Festival announces today that the inaugural festival will be postponed until September 3-4, 2021. This debut festival, focused on the rich legacy of American musical icon Earl Scruggs, will be held at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, NC, from September 3-4, 2021 and will feature the complete 2020 line-up.

Week Eight of A Concert A Day is here and North Carolina is giving us three of the best artists they have to offer, with honky tonk-infused Appalachian Bluegrass pickers Town Mountain, acclaimed roots duo Mandolin Orange, and folk rock water diviners Hiss Golden Messenger each representing the Tar Heel State on Pickathon stages Monday, Friday, and Saturday respectively. We’ll also see art pop expressionist Ezra Furman, South Carolina Americana mainstays Shovels & Rope, and Swedish post-punk fusion reactors Viagra Boys in their 2019 Galaxy Barn performance.

In what was set to be its final run, Camp Euforia, one of Iowa’s longest running independent music festivals will postpone the final year of the festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizers announced the cancellation of the 2020 festival with a request for fans to help raise funds for artists impacted by the pandemic.

Porter Productions, the organizers of The Town and The City Festival, has officially postponed the 2020 festival.  Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the many challenges that have arisen from it, a decision has been made to move the event from October 23 + 24, 2020 to October 22 + 23, 2021. The event will still feature many local musicians as well as national touring acts performing at venues across downtown Lowell.

Today, Ideaison announces Retrospekt, a two-day Livestream event taking place in the Downtown L.A. (DTLA) Arts District in June. The new kind of virtual music festival will integrate live and digital elements and will be free to those who R.S.V.P. All fan donations will go to two organizations: To Write Love on Her Arms and MusiCares, that support music, events, and mental health to aid in crisis relief.

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