Tag: "8123 Fest"
After being delayed a year due to the pandemic, 8123 Fest is making it’s return in January 2022. But the upcoming festival is going to be more than just the main festival date, fans can expect multiple side shows, a themed after party, and an opportunity to join in on a volunteer day. It’s much bigger than simply attending another music festival, it’ll give fans a chance to delve deeper into The Maine and where they grew up.
Picture this: It’s a humid 90 degrees and you’re on a rooftop in New York City with 3000 other people. On one side is the Manhattan skyline; on the other Brooklyn. Everyone is turned toward a stage—the Brooklyn Bridge visible just behind it. On it, a band dressed in pink stands. One of the members […]
Not every band can release a song on a Wednesday, then have everybody in the audience scream each word back at them live on the following Friday. And not every band can put together a festival in their hometown and bring in fans from around the world in the middle of January. But The Maine […]
Last night, while many of us on the east coast were trying to sleep, The Maine made all our dreams come true by releasing the details for their new album and a new song.
In January of 2017, The Maine put together a music experience like no other for their dedicated fans. In January of 2019, they’re doing it all again. From January 18th to January 20th, the band will be hosting another 8123 Fest. This time around they’re celebrating the ten year anniversary of Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop—which […]
On January 21, 2018, The Maine celebrated eleven years of being a band. Any other band would have sent out a nice social media post, but The Maine isn’t like all the other bands. Instead, they dedicated the whole day to us, their fans.
If you’re like us and still not over last month’s 8123 Fest, The Maine’s new video for “Bad Behavior” will have you reliving every second.
From landing in Phoenix the day “Bad Behavior” came out, to standing in line for three hours to meet a band called The Maine, here’s one emotional recap of 8123 Fest.
Way back when I was a kid using too much eyeliner, and The Maine were solidifying the new sound and aesthetics found on Forever Halloween, I started working with 8123.