11 tours and festivals you might not know about—but definitely need to check out
Nothing is more frustrating than finding a new band and falling in love with their music, only to realize you've just missed out on seeing them play in your hometown. We're here to save you that heartbreak and fill you in on some upcoming tours and festivals that are definitely worth checking out. Take a peek at these awesome shows below and be sure to mark your calendars so you don't miss out!
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1. The September To Remember Tour
Pop-punk powerhouses Morning In May and Chin Up, Kid are combining forces to bring you The September To Remember Tour. This month long tour run gives you plenty of chances to see these guys in action, and trust us, this tour is one you do not want to miss.
2. Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival
Who doesn't love a good music festival with a great lineup? This Franklin, TN based festival takes everything you love about the festival experience in a much more intimate setting. Taking place September 23 and 24, Pilgrimage brings you a lineup you'd be crazy to miss. I mean, just look at who's taking the stage this year:
But wait, there's more.
You can purchase tickets and find out more about the festival here.
3. Chase Huglin with Casey Bolles and Bogues
Acoustic indie sensations Chase Huglin and Casey Bolles are teaming up with alternative emo aritist Bogues to fill your August with everything you could ever need. This tour gives us all the feels, and we definitely do not want to miss out on that.
The midwest and east coast are not ready for this rad tour! Killers riffs and sentimental, youthful lyrics come beautifully packaged in Capstan and Belmont, making this one pop-punk tour you'd be crazy to pass on.
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Now in it's third year, Forward Fest 3 takes place in several different locations throughout Ohio over two different weekends, giving you plenty of chances to catch this festival. The best part? Tickets are "name your own price" with all donations and proceeds going to the non-profit organization A Voice For The Innocent. A great cause and a stacked lineup of over 20 bands including Avanti, Ohio On Hi, That Ship's Sailed and more? We're there.