At a lively Wango Tango, pop and partying reign supreme

  • Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Katy Perry fans sing along during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Katy Perry fans sing along during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Katy Perry performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Katy Perry fans “Roar” during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Katy Perry fans “Roar” during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • James Valentine and Adam Levine of Maroon 5 perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    James Valentine and Adam Levine of Maroon 5 perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Zedd performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Zedd performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Zedd fans light up their phones during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Zedd fans light up their phones during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Alessia Cara performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Alessia Cara performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Machine Gun Kelly performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Machine Gun Kelly performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Hailee Steinfeld joins Machine Gun Kelly onstage during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Hailee Steinfeld joins Machine Gun Kelly onstage during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Fans on the barricade during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Fans on the barricade during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Niall Horan performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Niall Horan performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Julia Michaels performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Julia Michaels performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Palmieri girls of Lawndale pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    The Palmieri girls of Lawndale pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Jasmine, Jayleen and Samantha take a selfie during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Jasmine, Jayleen and Samantha take a selfie during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Luis Fonsi performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Luis Fonsi performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Luis Fonsi performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Luis Fonsi performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Patricia and Maddie of Mission Viejo pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Patricia and Maddie of Mission Viejo pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Aaron Carter performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Aaron Carter performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Aaron Carter performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Aaron Carter performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Torrance fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Torrance fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Riverside fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Riverside fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Redondo Beach fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Redondo Beach fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Julia Michaels performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Julia Michaels performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Niall Horan performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Niall Horan performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    The Backstreet Boys perform during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Alessia Cara performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Alessia Cara performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Hailee Steinfeld performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Noah Cyrus performs during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

  • Covina fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

    Covina fans pose for a photo during KIIS FM’s Wango Tango on Saturday. (Photo by Kelly Swift, Contributing Photographer)

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Since 1998, KIIS FM’s Wango Tango has been the biggest night in pop music, giving fans a chance to see 10-14 of their favorite Top 40 artists on a single stage. Think Mariah Carey, the Spice Girls and *NSYNC all on one bill — or Britney Spears, Nelly Furtado and Pink. It’s a mega-screen, pyrotechnic-filled, super-concert sprinkled with appearances by B-level celebrity guests and KIIS FM radio personalities. In other words, it’s pop-heaven, and the super-lineup that hit the stage of the sold-out StubHub Center in Carson on Saturday — including Katy Perry, Machine Gun Kelly, and Zedd — did not disappoint. The sun was shining, the music was loud, and the party didn’t stop until well into the night.

Here are some highlights.

Wango Village

While waiting for the StubHub doors to open at 4, attendees were free to wander Wango Village, a pop-up area featuring a giant Ferris wheel, food trucks, games and sponsor booths filled with free stuff. Some of the swag up for grabs included Coca Cola sunglasses, Fujifilm Instax backpacks, technicolored Otter Pop merch and even a few Chevy cars. The village also had its own stage, treating fans to free performances by Aaron Carter, Olivia Holt, Jordan Fisher and more.

Moms

With the event taking place on the eve of Mother’s Day, it was only right that the night was filled with nods to everyone’s mama. After Katy Perry’s opening set, Ryan Seacrest brought out his mom, explaining that it was her first Wango Tango and adorably high-fiving her after she introduced Noah Cyrus. Cyrus concluded her set by bringing mother Tish onstage to celebrate her birthday. Big sis Miley rolled out a birthday cake, and all of StubHub — significantly made up of tweens and youngsters with their own moms — joined in on “Happy Birthday.”

Hailee Steinfeld’s recovery

“Rock Bottom” songstress Hailee Steinfeld took to the stage in disguise, blending in with her dancers in a hooded jacket that concealed her face. The audience loved her big reveal, but as soon as the hood came off, the music stopped. A confused Seinfeld looked around desperately before resignedly saying, “I guess this stuff happens sometimes.” Poor Steinfeld continued to have issues, struggling with her mic pack during “Starving” and getting her jacket stuck as she tried to take it off after “You’re Such A.” With the crowd behind her, she managed to recover well, rallying with confident renditions of “Love Myself” and “Most Girls.”

Two members of One Direction

Niall Horan received the highest-pitched screams and performed one of the mellowest sets, playing a quiet cover of the Martin Garrix/Dua Lipa song “Scared to Be Lonely,” a dancey, Maroon 5-esque song off his upcoming album, “On the Loose,” and his sexy new single, “Slow Hands.” Taking in Horan’s performance was his One Direction band mate, Liam Payne, whose unscheduled appearance during a between-sets interview sent a shockwave through the audience — the thought of one-half of the Zayn-less One Direction being under one roof was too much for the crowd to handle. Payne explained that he was there to see Horan as well as Zedd, whom he collaborated with for his upcoming album.

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus took to the stage as a special guest, playing an abbreviated set of three songs, including the balloon-filled, first-ever performance of her breezy new single, “Malibu.” Cyrus’ radically toned-down appearance — as well as her decision to cover Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” as she tossed flowers to the crowd out of a very country-looking basket — served as a full display of the stylistic 180 she’s making with her new music. She looked genuinely happy to be going back to her roots, giving one of the most enjoyable performances of the evening.

Maroon 5 covers Prince

Adam Levine and company showed their Wango Tango veteran status with an expertly executed set packed with hits. “Don’t Wanna Know,” “Moves Like Jagger,” “This Love,” “Harder to Breathe” and a particularly infectious performance of “Sugar” got the whole StubHub audience on its feet — but it was their cover of Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” that stole the show. Levine deftly handled the holy pulpit opening as well as the guitar theatrics, bringing his axe out onto the runway to shred. The crowd ate it up — with all the “Voice”-watching moms giving the loudest shrieks of approval.

Backstreet’s back

Closing out the night was a blast from the boy-band past. The Backstreet Boys hadn’t been on the Wango Tango stage since 2001, but that didn’t stop them from stealing the show with classics like “Larger Than Life,” “The Call” and “As Long As You Love Me.” Folding-chair dancing that was straight out of 2001? Check. Matching white outfits whose subtle differences showed off each guy’s personality? Got it. Palpable waves of butterfly-clip, flip-phone nostalgia hitting the crowd during “I Want It That Way?” You better believe it. People started to trickle out — mostly parents with children who weren’t even born when the Backstreet Boys were on the radio — but those who stayed were treated to a good-old-fashioned display of POP. Backstreet’s back. All right!

 

1102.7 KIIS FM’s Wango Tango
Where: StubHub Center, Carson
When: May 13

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P.J. Harvey performs a dreamy show beneath the stars at the Greek in L.A. on Friday

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

  • PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

    PJ Harvey performs at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, May 12, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

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P.J. Harvey returned to Los Angeles on Friday with essentially the same show she played here nine months ago, making it easy to parse the differences between her stop at the Greek Theatre on Friday and at the Shrine Expo in August on this tour behind her most recent album, “The Hope Six Demolition Project.”

And with Harvey and her band in terrific form both then and now, and the set a similar mix of the best of “The Hope Six” and best-loved songs from earlier in her career, it mostly came down to this: It’s just so much nicer to fall into the dreamy world the English singer-songwriter creates when you’re seated beneath the stars in Griffith Park than it is inside the vintage Shrine a few miles south in downtown L.A.

The top of the set was identical — Harvey and her eight musicians (longtime collaborator John Parish was absent on Friday) marching on stage with saxophones and marching band drums, setting a somber tone for songs such as “Chain Of Keys” and “Ministry of Defence,” the lyrics of which tap into Harvey’s ongoing interest in the ways in which the personal and the politic collide to shape our world, in her world, often to dire affect.

In its stage and lighting design this is a show designed to amplify the sense of drama that Harvey clearly intends to deliver. The theatricality of the night is amplified by her personal style – elbow-length black leather gloves, knee-high black leather boots, what looked like the feathered plumage of a great black bird as a headdress.

And in singing her songs, whether the bitterly upbeat “The Community of Hope” or an older warning such as “The Words That Maketh Murder,” Harvey is never less than fully committed, acting out the songs with passion as her voice delivers the same.

That latter song, a catchy guitar-and-hand-clap-driven tale of the horrors of war, earned the first big response from the crowd that filled most of the Greek on Friday. As one of four songs from the earlier album “Let England Shake,” the response “Murder” and other older tunes got seemed a clear sign that fans still aren’t as familiar with “The Hope Six” songs which provided nine of the 19 songs in her 90-minute set on Friday.

While the new work may be more subtle in style and more political in subject, that album did provide highlights throughout the night, with “The Wheel” arriving on a bed of saxophones riffing and most of the band singing backing vocals, or “The River Anacostia,” which closed the main set, blending in the chorus of the spiritual “Wade In The Water” as it faded to a hymn-like finish.

Yet the final run of songs, which focused mostly on earlier numbers, also came from a phase in Harvey’s career when she was writing more rock ‘n’ roll-oriented music, lending tunes such as “50ft Queenie,” “Down By The Water” and “To Bring You My Love,” both a familiarity — they’re among her best-known works — and energy that had been missing earlier in the night.

Other than “The Devil,” a standout during the main set from Harvey’s “White Chalk” album, the only other songs that weren’t also played at the Shrine in August came in the encore, which opened with a ferocious take on the Bob Dylan classic, “Highway 61 Revisited,” a song that feels perfect for Harvey given its lyrical blend of timeless elements — religion, war, the human heart among them.

“The Last Living Rose” wrapped up the night with a gentler melody beneath one more modern folk songs from a woman whose view of the world, past, present and future, is unblinking and clear, no matter the venue or stage on which she stands to deliver her message.

P.J. Harvey

When: Friday, May 12

Where: Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

Set list

Main set: Chain of Keys / The Ministry of Defence / The Community of Hope / A Line in the Sand / Let England Shake / The Words That Maketh Murder / The Glorious Land / Medicinals / When Under Ether / Dollar, Dollar / The Devil / The Wheel / The Ministry of Social Affairs / 50ft Queenie / Down by the Water / To Bring You My Love / River Anacostia

Encore: Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan cover) / The Last Living Rose

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Stagecoach 2017: Kip Moore gets rowdy with fans at sunset

When Kip Moore turns his snapback hat backwards, he means business.  The 37-year-old singer-songwriter was ready to get wild during his Mane Stage performance at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio on Saturday.

Going on at sunset, just as Mother Nature provided her own breathtaking light show painting the sky various shades of pink, purple and orange, Moore kicked off his set with “Wild Ones.” Fans flooded into the front-of-stage corral and roared along to his hit “Beer Money” and a countrified cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle.”

“I love being here,” Moore said during an interview in the backstage artist compound before his turn. “It’s one of those festivals that there’s so much hype around it that you find the different kind of energy in the crowd so I’m stoked to be back.”

Moore made his Stagecoach debut back in 2015, performing on the first night of the fest on the Mane Stage just before Jake Owen and headliner Tim McGraw.

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival on Saturday, April 29, 2017. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival on Saturday, April 29, 2017. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival on Saturday, April 29, 2017. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival on Saturday, April 29, 2017. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore performs on the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Kip Moore stands for a portrait behind the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Kip Moore stands for a portrait behind the Mane Stage Saturday April 28, 2017 on the second day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

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“I love that sunset time slot,” he said, cracking a smile. “They’re not overboard drunk yet so it’s a good slot. They’re not there yet, but we’ll get them there, I know how these things go.”

The exclusivity of a Stagecoach appearance is something Moore takes seriously as he noted that he tends to change up his set – sometimes on the fly – based on what he’s feeling from the crowd.

“I’ve never been one of those that sticks to the same exact set so I’m definitely paying attention to what the vibe of the crowd is,” he said. “I feed off of what they’re giving me.”

Moore said he was stoked to be on the same bill as country music legend Willie Nelson, who performed on his 84th birthday in front of a massive crowd at the Palomino Stage, and genre icon and one of his biggest crushes, Shania Twain.

“Shania, she used to be my girl,” he said with a  laugh. “It’s going to be neat to see her tonight, it’s nice to see her out playing again.”

Last month, Moore got his chance to play radio DJ as he hosted the weekday, midday show on KKGO Go Country 105.1 FM, an experience that he said he had a lot of fun doing and he also got to debut his new song, “More Girls Like You.”

Whereas his last album, “Wild Ones,” was more about going out, getting rowdy and having a good time, “More Girls Like You” has more sweeter sentiment. Moore said it’s a reflection of him becoming more open to the idea of settling down and eventually having children.

“I’m hoping that the new record will be out by early August,” he said. “I’ve been working on it so much and we shot a bunch of videos for it to put out throughout the summer so we’re ready and we’re excited.”

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Stagecoach 2017: Everything that went down on Friday

Nearly a decade ago, Dierks Bentley was playing the Mane Stage at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in the bright sunlight just after another up-and-coming star named Taylor Swift. But on Friday, Bentley was the king of the festival as he headlined the opening night of the festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. We have photographic proof.

Before Bentley’s headlining set there were plenty of other notable performances, including sets from Cole Swindell and Elle King, who both joined Bentley during his show.

Long before Bentley took the Mane Stage, 19-year-old Bailey Bryan opened Stagecoach 2017 with songs off her brand new EP. Bryan told reporter Kelli Skye Fadroski about what it was like to play Stagecoach and what happened when she saw some fellow performers backstage.

Away from the Mane Stage, which draws the largest crowd at Stagecoach, there was a lot of really great music between upstarts and legends.

The highlight was easily Jerry Lee Lewis, the 81-year-old fiery rock ‘n’ roll pioneer who played to the Palomino tent at his Stagecoach debut. After being brought to the stage in a wheelchair, Lewis walked out with assistants flanking him. Wearing a white suit, Lewis sat down behind the glossy black Yamaha piano and played with verve. Early in the set, if you closed your eyes, you wouldn’t have thought he showed his age at all. And at the end of “Great Balls of Fire,” Lewis even did a leg kick.

The only disappointment was that he ended his set more than 20 minutes earlier than scheduled with a finale of “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On.” As he stood up from the piano, he shooed away his assistants and with the aid of a cane, walked off the stage on his own while the crowd cheered, and then started chanting “Jerry! Jerry!” It was like an episode of “The Jerry Springer Show” without any punches being thrown.

Even more fans were on hand to see the Southern rockers in 38 Special deliver an hour of hits that included the rousing “Rockin Into the Night,” “Caught Up In You” and “Hold On Loosely” as well as ’80s adult contemporary ballad “Second Chance.”

Earlier in the day, The Zombies performed a harmony-laden stellar set that included newer material as well as classics such as “She’s Not There” and “Time of the Season.”  Singer Colin Blunstone introduced another track, “I Want You Back Again,” as a cover of Tom Petty’s cover of a Zombies song. The band also performed a cover of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles “You Really Got a Hold on Me,” which might have made Stagecoach history as the first Motown cover.

Check out all of the photos of the performers from Friday.

Other highlights of the set included “Hold Your Head Up,” which became a hit for Argent, the band Zombies founder and keyboardist Rod Argent formed after the Zombies’ demise but was actually co-written by Argent and original Zombies bassist Chris White. While introducing the song, Argent said when people sing along to the chorus, they usually sing the wrong words, “Hold your head up, woah,” and implored the audience to sing along correctly with the real lyrics: “Hold your head up, woman.” The crowd happily obliged.

On the nearby Mustang Stage, Son Volt had an electrifying set that didn’t have as many fans as it richly deserved as Jay Farrar and company played a rip-roaring set. Earlier in the afternoon, Anderson East brought some soul to Stagecoach –  complete with a horn section –  with a batch of songs that included an impeccable cover of the Faces’ “Stay With Me” and a crowd sing-along to “I Can See Clearly Now.” However, there was no sighting of his girlfriend and former Stagecoach headliner Miranda Lambert.

It was all part of the Stagecoach vibes. If you want to know what it’s like to really be at the festival, take a look at our photos on the ground. Also, Stagecoach is very different from the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which occupies the grounds for the previous two weekends. However, both festivals share a love of Korean barbecue tacos.

If you’re at Stagecoach, here’s where you can get free stuff. Everybody loves free stuff. And if you’re not at Stagecoach, you can follow us all weekend long on Snapchat and Instagram or on our Stagecoach live blog.

Get ready for Saturday night, when Shania Twain makes her Stagecoach debut.

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Coachella 2017: 25 things we’ll remember about the festival

The 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has come to an end, leaving only a trail of Instagram selfies in its wake. We had staff on site both weekends, who saw everything from the hottest music to the strangest outfits. And when we tell all of our friends and family members what happened at Coachella 2017, this is what gave us all of the Coachella vibes.

1. The size: We knew the City of Indio approved an expansion of acreage and a capacity increase in 2016, but when Coachella actually expanded, wow. It was literally the biggest Coachella ever. The palms that used to mark the perimeter of the public area were now in front the line of stages they used to be behind. We can’t wait to see the space is used for the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, which starts Friday, April 28.

2. The Sonora Tent: This was the best addition to Coachella 2017, hands down, from the music to the decor. The new seventh stage looked like a ’90s Nickelodeon cartoon splashed with the vibe of a cool city club with colorful graffiti on the walls. Plus, there were couches and air-conditioning. The Sonora was a haven for rock fans to see legacy acts such as T.S.O.L. and Guided By Voices, but also gave a visible place for Latin-flavored bands like Thee Commons and Quitapenas.

3. Kendrick Lamar: First, the Compton rapper dropped his new album “DAMN.” on Friday, April 14, two days before his scheduled headlining set. Then, he brought out the most opower of any of the headliners, complete with ninja dancers. Lamar announced a major U.S. tour on Monday morning and the heat from Coachella ought to help him sell a lot of tickets. Check out the photos.

4. Lady Gaga: Gaga had big shoes to fill at Coachella after Beyonce postponed her headlining spot to 2018 due to pregnancy. Lady Gaga brought flashy costumes (literally–she had a spotlight in her belt), dancers and a whole lot of pop confidence to Coachella. She also debuted a new song, “The Cure” the first weekend, and reprised it the second week.

5. Hans Zimmer: The buzz on social media was big when movie composer Hans Zimmer was announced as one of the Coachella 2017 performers, but it did not prepare anyone for how amazing it would be to see Zimmer and the orchestra live. Singing “The Circle of Life” with tens of thousands of strangers at the festival definitely ranks high as a Coachella 2017 moment.

6. The unicorns. Or piñatas. Or rhinos: The art installation “is this what brings things into focus?” sparked a debate among festival-goers as to what the giant colorful mammalian structures actually were. One thing was for sure–they provided a lot of shade.

7. The year of the pickpocket: One of the biggest stories out of Coachella 2017 wasn’t the music, but about people getting their phones stolen. Multiple thieves were arrested weekend one and again on weekend two with stolen phones.

8. The secret tiki bar: There was a secret tiki bar and if you wanted in on it, you were likely to wait a really long time.

9. Drake’s redemption: When Drake headlined Coachella in 2015, it was lackluster to say the least, except for the soul-sucking kiss from Madonna. But Drake returned to the main stage Weekend 1, wearing a yellow puffy vest, as one does, to be a guest during Future’s Saturday set, it felt like a triumphant redemption.

10. When Coachella went Yacht Rock: On the first weekend, Thundercat brought out Michael McDonald to guest on three songs, including “Show You the Way” and the Doobie Brothers’ iconic “What A Fool Believes.” Sadly, Kenny Loggins didn’t surprise us the second weekend. Also, can we just say that Thundercat has some of the best hats at Coachella? The first weekend he wore an animal pelt, but clearly that was too hot for Weekend 2 so he dressed more like he was a member of Gwar.

11. A sweet proposal: We’ve seen proposals at Coachella before, but the couple who met at UCLA and had 30 friends involved was a pretty special one.

12. Glitter, glitter everywhere: Glitter tattoos, glitter faces, glitter beards, glitter mustaches. Glitter was a big trend for 2017. Think about how many art projects you did as a kid with glitter that you could never seem to wash completely off. Now imagine all of these people back at work. See photos of glittery fashion from Weekend 2 and even more fashion from Weekend 1.

13. The selfie mirrors: Yes, this art installation has a name, “The Lamp Beside the Golden Door,” but it was one of the best selfie spots at Coachella. At least it was until people vandalized it. This is why we can’t have nice things.

14. The Do Lab: You could honestly go to Coachella and never leave the Do Lab. With its own stage, acrobats and special guests like Skrillex, the Do Lab continued its reign as one of the coolest things at Coachella.

15. Churro sundaes: Forget the doughnut ice cream sandwiches–this year the churro sundaes were the best sweet treat. You get a churro, dipped in your choice of toppings, like Fruity Pebbles, and then it is cut in half and put into a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The churro antennae are shaped like a V, a V for Coachella food victory.

16. Ezra Furman: After Coachella tickets went on sale, some outlets reported on contributions made by Philip Anschutz, the owner of AEG, which is the parent company of Coachella promoter Goldenvoice, as funding anti-LGBTQ groups. Anschutz refuted those reports in a statement, but Furman spoke out about it on stage both weekends. However, the best part about Furman’s Weekend 2 set was actually the cover of the Misfits’ “Where Eagles Dare” that opened the show.

17. Radiohead: Yeah, Radiohead had major sound issues on the first weekend, but Thom Yorke blamed it on aliens. And the band soldiered through and played “Creep.” And Weekend 2 went off without a hitch, with classic chestnuts “My Iron Lung” and “Fake Plastic Trees” making it into the set.

18. Travis Scott’s toys: Travis Scott had a giant bird, trees and multiple larger-than-life cardboard cutouts of himself on stage Friday at the Outdoor Theatre. It was definitely one of the weirder sets, but people loved it.

19. Lauryn Hill’s guest appearance: DJ Snake brought out the singer, who performed Fugees classics “Ready or Not” and “Killing Me Softly,” during Weekend 1 and it was everything you hoped it could be and more.

20. The balloons: Because everyone still loves the balloons and it’s not truly Coachella until you take a balloon chain picture.

21. The Sahara Tent: Every year the Sahara becomes more immersive. This year, screens wrapped around the airplane hangar-sized tent, which made a trippy Friday night set from Empire of the Sun even more intense.

22. Migos, Migos everywhere: You couldn’t swing those glowing balls around during Weekend 1 without a Migos guest appearance. Everyone heard “Bad and Boujee” a lot.

23. Inflatable canoe chairs everywhere: Any place that Migos wasn’t, those inflatable canoe chairs were. It was brilliant for those who brought them in and incredibly amusing for everyone else watching them trying to inflate them.

24. Fishnet cover-ups: Fishnet-style cover-ups were a thing again and it still made us wonder–don’t you get really weird tan lines?

25. The stuff we brought home with us: Coachella had some interesting merch this year and chances are you probably brought something to take home, whether it was a new record, a cactus in a beer bottle or a bathrobe.

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Coachella 2017: This is the cool, weird stuff you can buy in the festival’s Vintage Market

Hidden deep inside the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival’s campground, the Vintage Market is one place to find the perfectly weird gift to encapsulate the weekend.

This hodgepodge of vintage clothing, decor and accessories isn’t for someone looking to buy Coachella-branded merchandise, but if you’re looking for a house plant in a beer bottle, candles to elevate your chakra or a bag made out of chaps, this is the place for you.

“It’s a good way to get your name out, for sure,” said Sydney Jaidar, co-owner of the Drunken Succulent, the Los Angeles-based seller of plants in beer bottles.

Jaidar bought her boyfriend a bottle cutter and he turned his love for alcohol into a side business. Now, they travel around to festivals, trading posts and flea markets. A representative from Coachella reached out to the business and asked them to apply to be one of the vendors in the Vintage Market. The succulents run $15-$20.

Most of the business during Weekend 1 mostly occurred on Sunday, largely because no one wants to carry a succulent, or a heavy coat, around all weekend. Several vendors said they’ll hold items if someone doesn’t want to pick it up until the end of the weekend.

Next door to the Drunken Succulent is Charlize Kyle Couture, a business run by Irena Minasyan and Vlad Ravkin. They take vintage leather and suede coats, jackets, pants and skirts and recycle them into fringe handbags. They also sell a large selection of fashionable coats that are much too heavy for anyone to wear during Coachella’s 100-degree weather.

“Nothing goes to waste,” Minasyan said.

Minasyan said Charlize Kyle got its start at Desert Trip, now it’s got a presence at Coachella and Stagecoach next weekend. The bags range from

There’s a record store, candle makers and high fashion in the market, which is near the Silent Disco dome in the campground. The campground is open to anyone from the festival, but you will have to go through security again if you don’t start there. Hippie Dippies Crystal Candles, one of the vendors, sells candles that illuminate gemstone representing Chakra when lit.

American Vintage is one of the more established vendors in the group. They operate stores in Los Angeles, Downey, Huntington Beach and Sherman Oaks. The company sells repurposed and upgraded vintage clothes, such as original Levi’s turned into jean shorts and vintage rock band T-shirts.

A representative of the shop, who identified himself as Branko, said the company had to re-think their stock after bringing their higher end clothing the first weekend of Coachella. The shop’s products can range as high as $1,200, according to their Etsy.

“We adjusted our prices,” Branko said. “The kids, they come here on a budget.”

Someone looking to augment their outfit and show off their musical street cred during weekend 2 can get a vintage shirt from AC/DC or The Beatles for about $40 to $75.

The Vintage Market is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Sunday.

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How the Coachella 2017 grounds have changed, grown since the year before

If you’ve ever been to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, chances are you’ve complained about the crowds. At least once.

But things have drastically changed at the Empire Polo Club grounds in Indio for 2017.

The festival site has expanded by more than 40 acres, according to plans provided to the city.

Approved by the Indio City Council, the move increases the capacity of the three-day musical festival from 601 to 642 acres. Goldenvoice was also given the go-ahead to up the crowd capacity of each Coachella weekend, bringing the total to 125,000.

Most of the growth on the polo grounds increases parking for general admission as well as the spaces for car camping. But inside the gates, even the festival grounds are more expansive for roaming.

The Outdoor Theatre, Mojave and Gobi tents have been pushed back and nearly abut Monroe Avenue, with a palm tree-lined cement walkway separating the stages from the Coachella Stage.

On the south end, the gates to the Blue Entrance have been pushed back to make room for the addition of a whole new performance area known as the Sonora Tent.

Just south of that is The Antarctic, a 360-degree sensory experience inside a projection dome.

With a seventh stage added to the billing, Goldenvoice was hoping to start sound checking a little earlier than usual, at 8 a.m. for each day. But city officials weren’t buying it and organizers settled on letting mic checks start at 9 a.m., on Saturdays and Sundays only.

What do all these changes mean? More space for you to get down while your favorite act is on stage.

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How to watch the Coachella 2017 live stream on YouTube

If you’re skipping Coachella but still want to catch all the action – the musical action – we have got just the thing for you.

The Coachella Live Stream is back on and better than ever. The live stream, which is hosted by the festival on YouTube and sponsored by T-Mobile offers a variety of ways to see each of the musical acts this weekend.

As usual, there are three live stream channels to choose from. Users can also build a stream schedule based on their favorite artists.  If you’re not planning to watch 12 hours of festival action, you can set up browser alerts so you’re notified when your selected artists are on.

There are also on-demand videos in the Coachella channel with interviews of performers, set highlights and other pre-recorded content.

360 video will play a large part in this year’s live stream options. Select acts and channels will be viewable in 360 video, so you can really immerse yourself in a set without having to be near quite so many people.

Watch the Coachella live stream here.

 

 

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