The All Things Go Music Festival is making their return on Saturday, October 16th and will be relocating to the iconic 20,000 capacity at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. With the new venue in line, the music festival has expanded nearly four times of its original amount – creating a historical moment by becoming one of the largest independent festivals stemming from the East Coast.
Known for its female-led lineup, the momentum continues with Grammy Nominated collective HAIM as the headliner. Other headlining acts includes Charli XCX, St. Vincent, and LAUV. However, it is the up-and-coming artists that are more gravitating to bear witness to, from the likes of: Girl in Red, Cautious Clay, Beach Bunny, Soccer Mommy, Del Water Gap, Blue DeTiger, Tal Verdes, Role Model, Jelani Aryeh, and TKay Maidza. All will be performing at both stages, making the anticipation to brew tremendously.
Previous years, the event acquired Billie Ellish, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Young Thug, and Tove Lo.
In lieu of performances, there will be a segment where a discussion panel and conference will take place. As pertaining to the topics or who will be on the panel, no confirmation or announcement has been made in that regard – however, in previous years, artists such as Maggie Rogers and valuable entities within the entertainment industry and journalism – including the Editor-of-Chief of Pitchfork, all shared their wisdom to the patrons of attendance.
The conference and discussion panel are both free of charge with an RSVP signup, whilst All Things Go Music Festival starts off at $79.50 and can go upwards to $225.00 which acquires an all inclusive VIP section and amenities.
For more information including ticket purchase, visit: All Things Music Festival’s website.