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All Things Go: How to Buy Tickets to New York’s Female-Forward Festival, Featuring Chappell Roan, Reneé Rapp and More

Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. If you missed Chappell Roan’s headline-making performance at Gov Ball this past weekend, there’s still time to catch the electric performer later this summer at New York’s All Things Go Festival, which will take place at the city’s iconic Forest Hills Stadium in September.

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Ethel Cain hits out at fans’ behaviour at gigs, says they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”
Ethel Cain has criticised the behaviour of some fans at her live shows, saying that they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”.The US singer-songwriter wrapped up the UK and European leg of her 2024 ‘Childish Behaviour’ tour with a performance at The Roundhouse in Camden Town, London last night (June 10).She is also scheduled to support Mitski at All Points East in the capital and make an appearance at Electric Picnic in Ireland this summer.Ahead of yesterday’s London concert, Cain shared a statement on her Instagram Stories in which she reminded ticketholders of gig etiquette and how to treat one another in the audience.“Hi all! Just wanted to reiterate before tonight’s show in London that it is extremely important to me that you all respect each other both in the queue and once in the venue,” the musician began.“I very much hate hearing that anyone attending our shows walked away with a negative experience because of bad behaviour in the pit. Barrelling to the front, slapping people’s hands away when I reach for them, verbally insulting people, it’s all just not very nice.”Cain continued: “I come and I play these songs because I love them and I would hope the reason you’re coming is because you love them also.
All Things Go announces NYC lineup: Reneé Rapp, Chappell Roan, more
All Things Go Festival is coming to Forest Hills Stadium for two days of pop, rock and R&B.Top of the line headliners on this year’s bill include Reneé Rapp, Chappell Roan, MUNA, Janelle Monáe and Julien Baker.They’ll be joined by big names like Ethel Cain, Holly Humberstone, Maisie Peters, Soccer Mommy and Del Water Gap.In total, 16 huge acts will perform at the two-day festival and if it’s half as fun as Chappell Roan’s set at Gov Ball, fans are in for a treat.If you want to be there, two-day general admission passes are available as of today.Fans can purchase All Things Go passes on sites like Vivid Seats; the official on-sale is Friday, June 14.Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.At the time of publication, only two-day All Things Go passes are available.Keep an eye on this link to see if single-day passes sprout up.For those closer to Columbia, MD, All Things Go is going down at the Merriweather Post Pavilion over the same weekend.Single and multi-day passes for the extravaganza — which has quite a bit of overlap as well as stars like Conan Gray and Hozier on the bill among others — can be found here.As noted above, 16 huge acts are headed to Queens in late September.For a closer look, here are all the artists set to perform at the NY edition of All Things Go:A post shared by All Things Go (@allthingsgo)Need more music in your life?Here are just five of the biggest artists we can’t wait to see live in the Big Apple these next few months.• Tate McRae• Charli XCX with Troye Sivan• Gracie Abrams• Kacey
Voice Of Baceprot, IVE and more lead Forbes Asia’s 30 Under 30 list for 2024
Forbes has released its annual 30 Under 30 list for 2024 in Asia, which features the likes of Voice Of Baceprot, IVE and more.Released today (May 16), the annual Forbes 30 Under 30 list shines a light on individuals aged below 30 who have made a significant impact in their respective fields, including entertainment and sports, science and activism, entrepreneurship and more.This year’s entertainment and sports portion of the list is headlined by Indonesian metallers and stars of NME’s The Cover, Voice Of Baceprot. Trailing behind them are K-pop outfit IVE, Japanese pop-rock group Atarashii Gakko!, Filipino rapper Ez Mil, Indian rapper Arpan Kumar Chandel (aka King), Japanese singer Aina The End and Indonesia’s Mahalini Raharja.The list also includes Chinese-New Zealand actress Jess Hong, Thai singer-actor Vachirawit Chivaaree, also known as Bright, and Indian singer-songwriter Pavithra Chari.This year’s North American 30 Under 30 list featured the likes of Boygenius, Ethel Cain, Dominic Fike, Gracie Abrams, Latto, Reneé Rapp, Ice Spice, Peso Pluma, Trippie Redd, Kali Uchis and more.This year’s European 30 Under 30 list features PinkPantheress, Nia Archives, Cat Burns, FLO, Holly Humberstone and more.Last year’s Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 list included K-pop girl groups NewJeans and Le Sserafim, Cambodian rapper VannDa, Singaporean singer Shye, South Korean singer LØREN, Indian singer-rapper Ambika Nayak – known professionally as Kayan – and Hong Kong singer Michael “MC” Cheung Tin-fu.The entertainment and sports category of the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list was judged by ONE Championship co-founder and Group President Hua Fung Teh and Caldecott Music Group CEO and founder Kuok Meng Ru.
All Things Go announces 2024 lineup: Janelle Monáe, Reneé Rapp, more
All Things Go returns to Columbia, MD’s Merriweather Post Pavilion for two days of pop, R&B, jazz, rock and folk.Huge headliners include Janelle Monáe, Reneé Rapp, Hozier, Bleachers and Conan Gray.They’ll be joined by Laufey, Chappell Roan, Maren Morris, Julien Baker and Ethel Cain.Other big names on the bill include Michael Kiwanuka, Maisie Peters, Remi Wolf, The Japanese House and Holly Humberstone.In total, 36 acts have been enlisted to perform at this year’s festivities.And if you want to be there to jam all weekend long, single and multi-day passes can be scooped up as of today.At the time of publication, the best price we could find on two-day passes was $383 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $121 before fees.Still need a few more details before checking out?We’ve got you covered, All Things Go festival goers.Everything you need to know and more (!) about the 2024 All Things Go Festival can be found below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A breakdown of all the best prices on single and multi-day passes are listed here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Florence Welch returns to stage after emergency surgery, duets with Ethel Cain
Florence Welch has returned to the stage for the first time since undergoing emergency surgery last month, and performed two duets with Ethel Cain.Taking place at the MEO Kalorama festival in Lisbon, Portugal, the performance marked the first headlining set by Florence + The Machine since the band were forced to cancel several live shows in August.At the time, Welch declared that although she doesn’t “really feel strong enough” to share details on her ordeal with fans just yet, the emergency surgery last month “saved her life”.“I’m so sorry that I had to cancel the last couple of shows,” she wrote, explaining that it was unrelated to a broken foot that caused the postponement of a UK tour at the start of the year.A post shared by Florence Welch (@florence)Now, it seems that the singer is on the road to recovery, as she not only made her return to the stage for her headline slot but also surprised fans by joining Ethel Cain on stage.Before the headline set with her band, Welch made a surprise appearance during Cain’s afternoon set, joining her for a duet of ‘Thoroughfare’ from the latter’s debut album ‘Preacher’s Daughter’, which arrived last year.Cain then went on to return the favour during the headline set later that day, and joined Welch and co. for a powerful joint performance of ‘Morning Elvis’ – the closing track from Florence + The Machine’s 2022 record ‘Dance Fever’.‘Morning Elvis’ was first performed by the two last year, when they both joined forces in Denver.
How much are the cheapest tickets for the 2023 Day In Day Out Festival?
Seattle on Aug. 12-13, you picked the right weekend to be in the Emerald City.Over those two days, the annual Day In Day Out Festival will swoop into the Fisher Pavilion and bring along some of the biggest names in music to celebrate the occasion.Just a few of the stars set to take the stages at this year’s festivities include Bon Iver, Leon Bridges, Dominic Fike, Willow and Yaeji.Alex G, BadBadNotGood, Ethel Cain, Surf Curse and Indigo De Souza are on the lineup too.Plus, as an added bonus, Explosions in the Sky will perform their seminal 2003 “The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place” album in its entirety.And if you need last-minute tickets to the multi-day indie extravaganza, we’re here to help.At the time of publication, our team found two-day general admission passes going for as low as $220 before fees on Vivid Seats.Looking for a few more details before making definitive weekend plans?In that case, here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 Day In Day Out Festival.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all ticket types — from general admission to VIP — for the 2023 Day In Day Out Festival can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Kilby Block Party 2023 tickets: See Pavement, The Strokes, Ethel Cain, more
Salt Lake City’s Kilby Block Party.Taking place May 12-14 at the Utah State Fairgrounds, some of the hippest bands from the ’90s, ’00s, ’10s and today are dropping into SLC for three days of music, art, food and more.But for now, let’s talk music.Just a few of the mega headliners on the bill include The Strokes, Pavement, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pixies and Run The Jewels.That’s not all though.Dominic Fike, Japanese Breakfast, Deerhoof, Goth Babe and Lucius are also set to perform at the three-day extravaganza.Plus, recently reunited rockers The Walkmen and rising star Ethel Cain will grace the fairground stages as well.Still not sold?Well, what if we told you affordable last-minute tickets are still available?Yes, at the time of publication, we found three-day passes going for as low as $200 before fees on Vivid Seats.While that may sound a tad bit pricey, make sure to take into consideration that single-day passes all start at $147 before fees.Thus, if you attend just two days of the music fest, you make out like a bandit.Don’t forget how many incredible bucket list acts you’ll get to see too.Take our word for it — the Kilby Block Party is truly a can’t miss event. Festivals just don’t curate lineups this good.Need more information?Keep reading — we’ve got all the pertinent details below.A complete calendar including all multi-day and single-day pass options can be found right here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.