If names like Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, and Nathaniel Rateliffe didn’t already make the Outlaw Music Festival a must for folk, Americana, and country fans, folk-rockers The Avett Brothers have just joined the lineup for the touring festival’s stop in Camden at the BB&T Pavilion on September 17th. Continue reading →
Willie Nelson & Family, Neil Young + Promise of the Real, and Sheryl Crow are headlining the inaugural Outlaw Music Festival taking place Sunday, September 18th at Montage Mountain, Scranton. Additional performers announced so far including the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Lee Ann Womack, and Brothers Osborne. Continue reading →
Counting Crows roll in to Camden, NJ at the Susquehanna Bank Center on Sunday, July 22nd as part of this year’s XPoNential Music Festival. The Crows are out with their Outlaw Roadshow including the bands Field Report, Kasey Anderson and The Honkies and We Are Augustines. All three of those bands are also playing at SBC along with Delta Spirit. Via Rolling Stone watch the Crows (and members of the bands from the Roadshow lineup) perform a version of “Frankie Miller Goes to Hollywood.” Go here for tickets to the festival.
The 2019 edition of Willie Nelson’s touring Outlaw Music Festival comes to The Mann Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, September 13th, and legendary blues guitar singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt is in the mix, along with folk singer Alison Krauss, Gov’t Mule, and more. Continue reading →
Three words that describe a country lover’s dream: Outlaw Music Festival. From legends in country and roots music to current top charters, the touring festival rooted has it all. Curated and headlined by Willie Nelson, the local stop of the event comes to Camden’s BB&T Pavillion on September 15th. Continue reading →
After launching last year in Scranton, Willie Nelson‘s Outlaw Music Festival has become a road show for 2017, and the tour includes a stop at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden on Sunday, September 17th.
With Nelson in the headlining slot, the tour is fleshed out by Nashville country rocker Eric Church, alternative-era singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, Denver rockers Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, as well as Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, and Particle Kid, the project of Willie’s son J. Michael Nelson.Continue reading →
It’s beautiful what Eric Bresler and his team of film aficionados have created with Cinedelphia’s online space, writing features and movie reviews that could hold their own next to The New York Times’ critics. But the organization’s cinematic expertise is best portrayed once a year through the organization’s annual Cinedelphia Film Festival, held April 13-29th at PhilaMOCA.
“Having been in Philly since 1997, I’ve seen so many film screening groups and individuals come and go, so many,” Bresler says, citing long withstanding programs like Exhumed Films, Secret Cinema, and the programs at International House as invaluable exceptions to the local sphere.
“I’ve picked up the slack for the oddball stuff, indie films that would likely be ignored otherwise, music-related films that appeal to a very limited audience, found footage and VHS nostalgia-type stuff,” Bresler explains.
This is how Cinedelphia is different; how PhilaMOCA is different, and it’s the exact mark that Bresler hopes to leave on Philly through forming both. “I’d like to think that I’ve made a difference in the filmgoing habits of locals,” he tells us. “I hope I have, I’d be lying if I said that I do all of this just to entertain myself.” Continue reading →
At the end of of October in Paris, only weeks before the tragic attacks that shook the country and the world, the city was host to the Pitchfork Music Festival held at the Grande Halle de La Villette. Among the headliners were acts like Beach House, Deerhunter, Father John Misty and of course our hometown hero Kurt Vile, whose festival performance you can now watch thanks to the folks at Pitchfork. Continue reading →