Everything You Need to Know About Panorama Music Festival, the Coachella of the East Coast
Music lovers, prepare yourselves: A new East Coast-West Coast battle could be brewing. On Tuesday morning, the Internet lost its collective marbles when Goldenvoice, the festival producer behind Coachella, announced Panorama, a newly formed three-day concert taking place this summer in N.Y.C. that proclaims to be the East Coast equivalent of the Indio, Calif.-based event. (The fest takes its name from the Panorama of the City of New York, a 10,000-square-foot model of the city located in the Queens Museum.) With the announcement also came the reveal of its impressive lineup, which features headliners Arcade Fire, Kendrick Lamar, and LCD Soundsystem. Here's everything else you need to know.
When it is:
Where it is:
Randall's Island Park, located in N.Y.C.'s East River.
What will be there:
Along with music performances, expect interactive installations and extensive food options from all five of the city's boroughs, curated by Eater's Robert Sietsema.
Where to get tickets:
Passes go on sale Friday, March 4 at 12 p.m. ET. Three-day general admission passes will cost $369 while three-day VIP passes are priced at $769. In addition to festival access, each buyer will also receive a free ticket to the Queens Museum to view the Panorama exhibit. Get your passes here.