If you’re feeling nostalgic about your favorite albums, you’re in luck: Flashback Fest is coming to your town.
The annual event takes place in New York City on Sept. 11, and organizers are working to put together a lineup of 80 bands, with the goal of having them all play their music in the same place.
The lineup includes the likes of Pearl Jam, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, the Smiths, Guns N’ Roses, Fleet Foxes, Pink, and Fleetwood, among others.
But before you dive in, check out some of the best Flashback songs from the past year.
If you don’t have the time to go through all the bands listed below, here’s a few more choices.
(See below for a full list.)
The Flashback Music Festival 2018: The Beatles, Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Cure, The Velvet Underground, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and moreA little over a decade ago, The Beatles played a sold-out, three-night residency at the Roseland Ballroom in New Jersey.
The event helped the band cement their legacy as one of the most popular rock acts of the 1980s.
They recorded some of their most popular songs for their iconic albums in a set, including “Yesterday,” “A Day in the Life,” and “Yesterday.”
The set also featured appearances from the band members, including Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo, and Paul McCartney.
Since then, the Beatles have toured the world, recording hits such as “All You Need Is Love” and “Hey Jude.”
The Flashbacks Live: The Rolling Thunder, The Fall, The Shins, and other artistsFrom its very first day, The Flashbacks festival in 2018 has been a showcase for artists who are still working on their craft.
In the fall of 2018, The Clash and the Beach Boys played their first Flashback festival together in Philadelphia.
The concert featured a three-day set of live performances and a performance by the Fall’s John Prine, who played guitar, mandolin, and trumpet for the first time in over three years.
This year, The Flaming Lips and The Cure will perform on the festival.
While many of the festival’s acts have released their own live albums since the event in 2015, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame has always welcomed a number of acts, and the festival has become a showcase of bands that have played shows with the likes