Outdoor dance parties took off during summer 2020, when clubs closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic—and they haven’t stopped since.
From indie rock to Afrobeats, the biggest music festivals around the world are back, just in time for summer.
The late entertainer and activist has received France’s highest honor, joining French luminaries such as Voltaire, Marie Curie, and Victor Hugo.
In Glasgow, Scotland, Piping Live! 2021 adapts to the pandemic with hybrid online and in-person concerts this month, hoping to reach even more music lovers around the globe.
Concert musician Min Kwon will be hosting a marathon performance of 70 variations of the patriotic anthem in her project “America/Beautiful” on July 4th.
Radio host Chris Haghirian has the inside scoop on where to catch live jazz, blues, local bands, and more.
Dad loves travel. Teen loves Blackpink. Put them together and what do you get? A musical journey through South Korea’s capital city.
After emerging from coronavirus lockdown, Spain’s Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house hosted its first concert since mid-March—for an audience full of plants.
Music from Colombia, Japan, Brazil, Greenland, and more is just a click away.
From a hotel that Freddie Mercury and John Lennon once frequented to the recording studios where David Bowie created “Space Oddity,” here’s where to seek out England’s rich musical history in London and Liverpool.
Half a century in, the music festival still offers a taste of local life like no other event.
In the acclaimed documentary “A Tuba to Cuba,” NOLA’s Preservation Hall Jazz Band travels to the Caribbean in search of the sounds that gave birth to jazz. Here’s how to follow in the band’s footsteps on a visit to the island nation.
Download these classic tunes before you hit the open road—because all long drives are best enjoyed with good music at top volume.
The holidays can be hectic: From stressful family get-togethers to trying to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, now might be the time to start thinking about your next getaway.