August 27 – September 3 | Times Vary
Burning Man (YouTube)
Burning Man 2018 takes place August 26 – September 3, 2018 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. Participants join in the effort to co-create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to art and community, and then watch the temple and the man burn after 5 days in their newly constructed city. What are you burners at home to do? Well, there’s always the vicarious experience of the 24-hour Burning Man live stream, broadcast via YouTube straight from Black Rock City. The stream went live on Sunday, and will continue through the grand finale on September 3, which of course will include the ritual giant effigy burning that gives the entire shindig its name. Note: video only
August 30 | 3:00 PM Pacific
The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts
Join Wordsmith and his live band for a musical journey through the pleasant and painful realities of life. Storytelling over beautiful piano, percussion, and synth elements clash with hard-hitting Hip Hop production for a unique experience live from The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
August 31 – September 2 | Times TBA
Bumbershoot is one of Seattle’s largest cultural touchstones. On Labor Day Weekend, thousands of people from across the country flock to Seattle Center to attend this acclaimed festival, which has become one of the biggest and most-loved contemporary festivals in North America. Tune in to LiveXLive for live streamed performances by Chromeo, Cold War Kids, Portugal. The Man, and many more still to be announced.
September 1 & 2 | Times TBA
Made In America Festival 2018 takes place this Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia, PA with a musical lineup curated by JAY-Z. It doesn’t disappoint with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Diplo, Zedd, Miguel, Janelle Monáe, and many more streaming live across two days on TIDAL – also owned by Mr. Carter. Stay tuned for complete live stream lineup, start times and more to come your way soon.
August 31 – September 2 | 6:00 PM Pacific
Phish returns to Colorado this weekend for their annual three night run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, the largest and most state-of-the-art professional stadium & soccer complex in the world according to it’s website. Following the unexpected cancellation of Phish’s Curveball festival due to unsafe drinking water, many fans were left waiting for this weekend. Now, it’s finally here. If you’re not able to physically be there, you can watch from wherever you find comfort and Internet. Scoop your three night webcast pass, bundle it with merchandise and download codes, or use a code from your Curveball pass to get the webcasts for free — all available through LivePhish.
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