Panorama Turns 2!

Posted by Vanessa Lotz | May 30, 2017 | Music

New York City’s Panorama Music Festival Turns Two

Panorama Music Festival is celebrating its second anniversary July 28-30, 2017, at New York City’s Randall’s Island Park. Put on by Golden Voice, the same promotion company that has grown 17 tremendously successful years of Coachella, Panorama promises a powerful lineup, well-organized experience on the ground, and interactive arts and technology installations. This year’s line-up features heavy hitters such as Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Solange, Tame Impala, alt-j, and A Tribe Called Quest.

What does this mean for travel agents? For starters, Events 365 is offering 3-day and 1-day passes to the festival, both of which are offered at General Admission and VIP levels.

Secondly, music festivals of this caliber draw featured artists to music venues around the city during the weeks leading up to and following the event. Reserve tickets for clients at venues around the city to create the ultimate experience in large stage and small stage performances.

Here’s a tip: Hop on the phone, open the Events 365 portal, and give clients the inside scoop on who’s playing where. Showing that you can access these tickets and effortlessly put together an unforgettable program will remind clients to think of you when planning their next show or festival.

Unlike Coachella, Panorama does not offer on-site camping, which means that clients traveling from outside New York City will also need transportation and hotel accommodations. Get ahead of the ball by figuring out the logistics of the trip so that your clients can start getting excited about the experience of a lifetime.

For clients wanting to explore more of the east coast, there are endless pre/post excursions to satisfy all interests. One local favorite is three days in Boston to explore the brewery scene and catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park (competitively priced tickets available through Events 365).

Music festivals have been around for ages, but the experience is constantly evolving and increasing in popularity, especially amongst millennials. The performing artists now span a variety of genres, and the focus of the weekend extends to art, technology, and more. Learning about the endless number of festivals and shows that take place year-round, and offering to take the effort out of this event-based travel is a sure-fire way to stay relevant.

Other Upcoming Festivals:


Festival Location Dates
Governor’s Ball New York, NY June 2-4
Dreamscape Darlington, MD June 2-4
Bonnaroo Music Festival Manchester, TN June 8-11
2017 CMA Nashville, TN June 8-11
Mysteryland Bethel, NY June 9-11
Electric Forest Rothbury, MI June 22-25 & June 29 – July 2
The Classic – West Los Angeles, CA July 15-16
The Classic – East New York, NY July 29-30
Panorama New York, NY July 28-30
Lollapalooza Chicago Chicago, IL August 3-6
Burning Man Black Rock City August 27-September 4
Outsidelands San Francisco, CA August 11-13
Bumbershoot Seattle, WA September 1-3
Made In America Philadelphia, PA September 2-3
Austin City Limits Austin, TX October 6-8 & 13-15


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