Festival Season has finally arrived!

2023 is STACKED with legendary music line-ups.

One of the best parts about the Spring season isn’t just the weather, it’s the music festivals! 2023 is packed with amazing line-ups featuring artists like J. Cole, Drake, Frank Ocean and many more all across the country. Here are some of the most highly anticipated festivals of 2023 that any music lover should keep a lookout for!

SXSW (Austin) – SXSW is broken down into three incredible festivals; Film & TV, Comedy and Music from March 10-19. Some of the biggest names in attendance include Eric André, Chelsea Handler, Godfrey, Armani White, Lil Yachty, Ambré and many more to be announced.


Dreamville Festival (Raleigh, NC)

The Dreamville Festival is stacked with one of it’s best line-ups to date. On top of the star studded Dreamville roster (Ari Lennox, Bas, Earthgang, Jid, Omen, Cozz & Lute), more music greats will take the stage such as Usher, Sir, Summer Walker, Glorilla, Burna Boy and a closing day headlining performance from J. Cole & Drake. 


Coachella (California)

One of the most historic festivals in the country is Coachella. This year’s line-up is nothing short of historic with headliners like Frank Ocean, Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, Gorillaz, Jai Paul, Metro Boomin and many more.  


Bonnaroo (Tennessee)

Bonnaroo is bringing the heavy hitting headliners this year to Tennessee! Some of the biggest names include Lil Nas X, Odesza, Sheryl Crow, Foo Fighters, Paramore and Kendrick Lamar. 


Rolling Loud (California) 

Rolling Loud has come along way in the past few years and they continue to ramp up the energy. This time, in California with a packed lineup. Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Lil Baby, Larry June, lil Wayne, Future and much more throughout the weekend. 


Roots Picnic (Philadelphia)

The Roots Picnic is a special one-of-a-kind festival that combines the best artist of today and the past combined with podcasting and comedy. This year’s lineup is stacked! Dave Chappelle, Black Thought, Ari Lennox, Lucky Daye, Isley Brothers, Lil Uzi Vert, Charlamagne tha God and a special performance by Diddy & The Roots are just a few of the big names taking the stage. On top of that, Lauryn Hill will perform a special 25th anniversary of the miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

Are you planning on hitting any of these festivals? Keep it locked on @jdsportsus for coverage around some of these festivals, and more.



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