Forever Festival 2013

Tagged as the “Earth’s first live digital music festival”, the inaugural Forever Festival is set to kick off on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at 8:00pm PDT and run until the following Sunday, August 11, with bands playing from cities all over the globe. This sounds intense, eh? Well, who’s playing? Oh, just some huge names like The Grateful Dead; Bob Weir (and his band, Scaring the Children); Kings of Leon; Mos Def; Slayer; Anthrax; Lamb of God; SBTRKT; and many, many more (check the full lineup below for details). So how do you see it? All shows will be broadcast live on the Forever Festival website, ensuring seven days and seven nights of musical magic in cities like New York, Ibiza, Portland, London, San Francisco, and more. Visit the festival’s website for more information.

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So who’s running this crazy thing? IROCKE.com, a company responsible for live-streaming all your favorite festivals and shows on the web. This event could mark a whole new revolution in festival shows: imagine if you could watch your favorite bands from anywhere? Stay tuned to see what happens with this very, very cool new development.

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Forever Festival 2013 Dates

Dates
Sunday, August 4 to Sunday, August 11 PDT
Live from New York, Ibiza, Portland, London, San Francisco, and more

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Forever Festival 2013 Lineup

Acts
Bob Weir Scaring the Children
Kings of Leon
Slayer
Anthrax
Mos Def
Lamb of God
SBTRKT
Lukas Nelson
Reason
Cassper Nyovest
Dirty Honkers
Richie Hawtin
Jamie Jones
Nina Kraviz
Victor Calderone
Accept
King Diamond
Eats Everything
Norman Doray
Moonalice
Christine Grimmie
Amanda Brown
Clara C
ZZ Ward
The M Machine
Audrey Napoleon
AndDrop!
Thompson Square
JJ Grey
Scuba
Joris Voorn
The Mekanism
Atlas Genius
Kent Nagano Conducts Orchestre Symphonic de Montréal
Wil Campa y su Gran Union
Rondi Charleston All-Star Band
Mell Starr
Eddie B. Swift
New Riders of the Purple Sage
David Bromberg
Joy Kills Sorrow
Little Green Cars