by Natasha Wolff | April 9, 2015 2:57 pm
KAABOO Del Mar
No Doubt, the Killers and the Zac Brown Band are among more than 100 acts that will play at KAABOO Del Mar, a three-day entertainment “mix-perience.” From September 18–20, thousands will gather at the Del Mar Racetrack + Fairgrounds to hear a slew of great bands—as well as live comedy by fan favorites Joel McHale, Tig Notaro and Tim Meadows, to name a few. Then there’s the contemporary art fair, relaxing spa treatments and Posh Nosh, an upscale plaza serving healthy and delicious fare. In the evenings the nightclub Encore will host award-winning DJs to keep the party bouncing until the wee hours—or guests can retreat to their luxurious accommodations or guest rooms at nearby hotels. KAABOO Del Mar is now available on Gilt City.
Christina Perri & Colbie Caillat Presale
Singer-songwriters Colbie Caillat and Christina Perri have won countless hearts with their honest and irresistible songs about love, loss and life. Caillat skyrocketed through the Billboard charts with her 2007 debut album, Coco, which went multi-platinum with help from the hit single “Bubbly.” In September, she released her fifth studio album, Gypsy Heart, produced by Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. Perri caught the world’s attention after the FOX series So You Think You Can Dance featured her debut single, “Jar of Hearts,” in 2010; the song went on to sell more than 3 million copies in the United States alone. She released her second album, Head or Heart, last April, named after the eternal struggle between logic and passion. Together on stage, these two songstresses are sure to play a show to remember. Christina Perri & Colbie Caillat Presale is now available on Gilt City.
More than 2.5 million people around the world trust Rhapsody, one of the longest-standing music streaming services. Since 2001, the online subscription service has been building its massive music library, which now boasts some 34 million songs, with more added each week. Subscribers can listen to a sweeping range of music from their mobile devices, desktop computers and even some Rhapsody-integrated cars. Last year, Rhapsody launched unRadio, an ad-free music experience that allows listeners to skip as many songs as they like; with Rhapsody Premier, users can play on up to three devices and save favorite tunes for offline playback. Just this March, while at the South by Southwest festival, it became the first streaming music service to allow Twitter users to play full songs directly from the Twitter site or app. Rhapsody is currently available on Gilt City.
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