Every festival worth its salt has an iPhone app to help you track set times and get around the venue, but the 2010 Bonnaroo app also includes a live radio feed.
You could pay hundreds of dollars to see Paul McCartney and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, or you could see them for free. More music festivals are livestreaming their concerts without charge as the ultimate marketing tool. For music fans, it's a chance to rock out from the best seats in the house.
App for this weekend's rock festival in Chicago includes free Wi-Fi to help you avoid the AT&T overload.
This amazing app deserves a place alongside Pandora and Spotify. It's packed with playlists that are perfect for every occasion, and it streams them commercial-free.
We've arrived at another Del Conte Thursday and we're all getting Buzzed to celebrate, which could mean one of three possible scenarios...
Free playlist: Summer Daze
SF festival grows: Radiohead, Tom Petty, Jack Johnson, Wilco, Primus, Beck...
Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision.
AT&T has apparently deleted portions of other bands' performances, the company admitted.
OurStage lets fans vote on head-to-head matchups between participating artists. The winners could take home up to $5,000 in cash. And there doesn't seem to be any catch!