Tag: bonnaroo

Win A Festival Experience from HeadCount

We’re giving away some really, really cool festival experiences this summer. The centerpiece of our giveaways is the Ultimate LOCKN’ Experience.You’ll go as festival producer Peter Shapiro’s personal guest, with a pair of ‘Friends and Family’ tickets. Pete will take you around on his golf cart, and introduce you to his close personal friends Bob Weir, Derek Trucks, Susan…

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A Humble Bonnaroovian Adventure

Bonnaroo 2014 wasn’t just about Kanye. For us, it was also about our amazing partners iCitizen, yoga at dawn, democracy on The Farm, and the musicians who brought their A game.

Posted in Music and Activism, Guest Blog

HeadCount Offers the Ultimate Music Experiences!

HeadCount has got the best way for you to see music this summer! Check out our upcoming events and auctions!

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War on Music in Mali

Can you imagine life without music? For the citizens of northern Mali this is not a hypothetical question. Islamist militants currently in control of northern Mali have declared a war on music, banning concerts, closing venues, smashing instruments and harassing musicians.

Posted in Human Rights, Music and Activism

HeadCount’s Best Year Ever

We are proud to announce that 2012 was HeadCount’s best year ever. We registered 103,340. The total for the two-year election cycle was 111,832.

Posted in News, Music and Activism

Interview: Mock Show Founder Jason Kaczorowski

The greatly anticipated ‘Da Mock Show comes to Chicago next week. We sat down with Jason Kaczorowski – photographer, Phish fan and organizer of the event – to hear what it’s all about.

Posted in Music and Activism

Feds Seizing Festival Owner’s Land, Bank Account

Can promoters or land-owners of a concert festival be held liable if people are buying drugs on their grounds? — It seems so.

Posted in Personal Liberty, Trends in Music and Society

Bonnaroo Ticket Giveaway

Win a pair of Bonnaroo 2011 tix by sharing our Jay-Z “Vote Again 2010” PSA on Facebook

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Interview: George Wein and Jay Sweet On Newport Festivals Then And Now

As producer of the first Newport Jazz Festival (1954), the first Newport Folk Festival (1959), and the first New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (1970), along with countless other multiperformer events, George Wein virtually invented the modern music festival as we know it.

Posted in Interviews, Music and Activism, Trends in Music and Society

America Buys In to Bonnaroo

At first glance, Bonnaroo 2010 looked like any other Bonnaroo. But Bonnaroo has actually gone through a complete changeover in its audience, as the more diverse lineup has predictably brought out a whole new crop of campers with decidedly mainstream tastes.

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