Not only is it Canada's birthday, but the Vancouver Folk Music Festival—a staple of the summer calendar—celebrates its 40th anniversary.
We’re going to come right out and say it—anybody under the age of 30 who hasn’t been touched by the joy of Pokémon has no soul.
The Beastie Boys once flagged Japan as their favourite place on Earth largely because it gets everything cool five years before the rest of the world catches on.
The best thing about the effortlessly listenable Lustre isn’t Maryse Bernard’s dreamy vocals, or Solomon Krause-Imlach’s rich production.
Bon Jovi's biggest hit, "Livin' On a Prayer", was released before many of today's university students were born.
The festival will add a top local name to its lineup this weekend.
In 2009, Shia LaBeouf was still a legitimate actor, and, according the U.S. music charts, the Black Eyed Peas were the biggest band on Earth. So much has changed.
The electronic music collective's event straddles the line between a blow-out party and a one-day festival.
The British imprint has a storied history.
These B.C. festivals are slated to showcase nothing but electronic acts.