6.1.16 | 6:00pm PDT
RBxBR 013 brings together a global sounds showcase curated by GHE20G0TH1K, featuring emerging artists who have pushed themselves and their communities to make their unique sounds heard around the world. This is a very special Boiler Room coming straight from the Bronx, NY featuring Messiah El Artista, Tate Kobang, Venus X and more. #PushYourself
6.1, 6.2, 6.3 | 6:00pm PDT each night
The Disco Biscuits are an entirely different band today than they were when they first broke out of Philadelphia in the mid-90s. That’s not to say that they’ve abandoned their foundations, switched gears entirely, or set sail for distant shores. The Disco Biscuits are still very much the trailblazers of “trance-fusion” that they’ve always been, bridging the gap between electronic music and jam bands, and remaining rock pioneers whose soul belongs as much to marathon dance parties as it does to live improvisational journeys. They still employ emerging technologies to help them create music that is 100 percent human, although perhaps not entirely of this earth. Don’t miss three nights of music live from The Ogden Theater in Denver, CO.
6.2, 6.3, 6.4 | 10:00am PDT
At the northern end of Barcelona, besides the city’s Mediterranean sea waterfront, lies Parc del Fòrum, an impressive public gathering space crowned with a massive photovoltaic cell. It’s the perfect scenic backdrop for its multiple stages, and the Primavera Sound festival. Watch three days across two channels thanks to Red Bull TV and their Season of Festivals. #PrimaveraSound
6.2 – 6.5 | 6:00pm ET
Mountain Jam is a four-day, multi-stage event, featuring approximately 40 bands on 3 stages in one of the Northeast’s most pristine natural amphitheaters. Organized in collaboration with Warren Haynes (The Dead, Gov’t Mule, Allman Brothers), this year’s festival will stream in support of Radio Woodstock Cares Foundation and feature performances by Umphrey’s McGee, Marco Benevento, Gov’t Mule, Jason Isbell, Lettuce, Gary Clark Jr., Houndmouth, The Avett Brothers, Michael Franti and many more.
6.3, 6.4, 6.5 | 4:30pm PDT
Intense, uninhibited, unvarnished, and very masculine, Rock Am Ring is the kind of music festival you either love or hate. Held on the famous Nürburgring racetrack in the Eifel mountains, Rock Am Ring (English translation: Rock at the Ring) draws more than 80,000 people and more than 80 international acts. Rock Am Ring is actually one of two events—its twin, Rock Im Park (English translation: Rock in the Park) is held over the same weekend in Nürnberg. Both events have mostly the same line-up and are often regarded as one event: all the acts play one day at Rock Am Ring and another day at Rock Im Park. Combined, these two events create the largest music festival in Germany. Don’t miss the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, The 1975, Amon Amarth, KORN and more this weekend.