Coachella may be bringing hippie vibes to Queens, New York. One of music’s biggest festivals may be taking place at Flushing Meadows Corona Park next June, the New York Daily News reports.
AEG Live, the promoter behind Coachella, has reportedly already started filling their roster of acts who would perform at the festival, which may happen two weeks before another huge NYC festival, the Governor’s Ball. The festival is tentatively called Panorama. It would be the biggest event to hit Queens, NY since the 1964 World Fair.
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The tentative date of Panorama is causing a stir with the organizers behind The Governor’s Ball, which takes place on Randall’s Island every year.
“The timing of this corporate-run festival would threaten our ability as a small business to continue putting on the kind of event that has showcased the best artists, created hundreds of local jobs and put millions of dollars back into the city’s economy,” said Tom Russell of Founders
Coachella usually attracts about 200,000 concertgoers each year.
Drake has not directly spoken about his alleged “ghostwriter” Quentin Miller. But Drizzy did briefly mention the WDNG Crshrs member’s name on “Digital Dash” when he spit, “I might take Quentin to Follies. You hate your life, just be honest.”
For those that don’t know Follies is a strip club in Quentin’s hometown of Atlanta. So what did Q.M. think about Drake’s lyrical offer to take him to the adult entertainment establishment?
Well, it appears Quentin wants the world to know he treated himself to the ATL nightspot. On the new song “Fini…” he says, “Took myself to Follies. Left with nothing else to spend. Made myself a topic that just so happened to trend.”
But you probably shouldn’t take it as a diss. Quentin tweeted this a few weeks back: