Music Festivals 2017: Artists For Bonnaroo, Coachella, Governors Ball, Panorama, Boston Calling And More Revealed
2017 has just begun but within just the first weeks, this year's artist roster is already being rolled out for music festival lovers. Just like dominos toppling one after the other, the lineups for the eagerly awaited festivals Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, BottleRock Napa Valley, Coachella, Governors Ball, Panorama, and Shaky Knees are gradually revealed. With all wonderful music playing here and there, it could be tough to memorize all those who are currently playing what.
Festival Season 2017, like any year's event, is all about artists sharing their love for music. It's like a grown-up Woodstock, although some might disagree with this statement. Nonetheless, music lovers and festival goers might want to take some planning and sort out when and where to go. Those who want to make their festival adventures efficient and at the same time see and hear most if not all their favorite artists could rely to this 2017 Concert Guide.
It is also important to note that some of the artists play on multiple occasions so fans might want or not want to see the same artist on different events, depends on preference and how they love their idols. With that said, it might sprinkle confusion and, unfortunately, disagreement between fellow festival lovers who travel in herds. Planning trips for Festival 2017 won't be a headache if one plans it out properly.
Fans of Chance the Rapper can head out to 2017 Bonnaroo, Boston Calling and Governor's Ball. For fans of award-winning New Zealand singer-songwriter, Lorde, expect to see her live at Bonnaroo, Coachella, and Governor's Ball. Cage the Elephant can also be seen rocking out live at Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, Governor's Ball, and Shaky Knees. While Indie rockers can go to the 2017 Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Panorama if they are planning to check out Glass Animals. Car Seat Headrest even has 5 out of 7 possible festival gigs this year.
The awesome guys at Billboard has made a simple yet very effective guide (it's actually a table of events versus artists) that can easily be printed and brought along during Festival trips. Here is the link to their guide. For those who are new to attending Festival gigs, here's a review for last year's Bonnaroo Festival:© 2018 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.