Live Nation Fans is officially on Instagram AND Vine! 
What can you expect? Well, in a nutshell:
Tons of concert pics & vids 
The coolest contests & giveaways
Best of all, #NokiaAllAccess moments with YOUR fave musicians
Be sure to follow both accounts to stay in the know with Live Nation Fans & #NokiaAllAccess posts! …You never know when the next sweet ticket hookup could be ;)

Live Nation Fans is officially on Instagram AND Vine! 

What can you expect? Well, in a nutshell:

  • Tons of concert pics & vids 
  • The coolest contests & giveaways
  • Best of all, #NokiaAllAccess moments with YOUR fave musicians

Be sure to follow both accounts to stay in the know with Live Nation Fans & #NokiaAllAccess posts! …You never know when the next sweet ticket hookup could be ;)

Hey hey hey! I’m Emily and I’m SUPER stoked to be your new #NokiaAllAccess correspondent. Can’t wait to start hooking you guys up with concert tickets! Let me know what concerts YOU want to go to and I’ll see what I can do ;) Let’s be friends! 

Hey hey hey! I’m Emily and I’m SUPER stoked to be your new #NokiaAllAccess correspondent. Can’t wait to start hooking you guys up with concert tickets! Let me know what concerts YOU want to go to and I’ll see what I can do ;) Let’s be friends! 

Lorde - On Tour

Lorde is the real Ella Enchanted; speaking of her voice and fame as if they were mere gifts. I’d say they’re well-earned.

It take pure talent, not coincidence, to land Grammys for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance, a universally-acclaimed debut album, Pure Heroine, and chart domination worldwide. Not to mention at just 17.

When I saw her play Sound Academy in Toronto, she easily held the sold-out crowd of 3,000 in the palms of her swaying hands. Everything stilled when her voice commanded the room. Its depth and darkness held court from the opener “Glory and Gore” to her breakthrough “Royals” and latest hit “Team.” We sang along with her lovely ooos, of course.

Saying Lorde’s mature voice betrays her age sounds too close to the assumption that teens can’t have depth. With lyrics full of thoughtful critiques and observations of the fame game, high school hierarchies, and mainstream media, Lorde grinds that stereotype into dust. Fans of any age can learn from her mesmerizing voice as much as they can escape into it.

Don’t miss your next chance to see Lorde live!

Love Arcade Fire as much as Win Butler loves sparkly blazers?

#NokiaAllAccess and I want you to see them rock the Air Canada Centre in Toronto March 13!

Enter for a chance to win tickets at .

Contest runs until March 12 at 12 pm EST. See the link above for more rules and info. Good luck! :)

Apply to Land Live Nation and Nokia Canada’s Dream Music Job!

Heads up music fans: Live Nation, Nokia Canada and me want YOU to be the next Nokia All Access Correspondent!

You’ll get paid to interview bands, cover shows, and maybe even crash an award show or two - all with a brand new Nokia Lumia 1020!

It’s the ultimate music dream job. Head over to http://nokia.ca/allaccess for more details on how to apply. Good luck! :)

Thanks for following my blog and liking my posts and tweets!!! (: Loved your interview with Cody Simpson...he's my fave.

No prob, glad you’re just as stoked about The Acoustic Sessions :) I’ll miss that tour - Cody killed it on guitar! And that Justin Timberlake cover!

I still think it’s so cool Cody told me the best piece of advice he got at 16 was “dare to be different, dare to be brave.” Gotta remember that one!

Panic! At The Disco - Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Tour

Panic! At The Disco lyrics aren’t meant to be sung so much as screamed. Breakups, makeups, beginnings, ends, feeling lost, feeling alive - Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! covers it all with enough pop synths and hip hop beats to dance away your demons.

Watching their sold-out show at Sound Academy in Toronto was literally a blast. Not even the 5-4-3-2-1 countdown before the opener “Vegas Lights” could prepare me for the power surge I got from its slot machine-inspired synth hook. Non-stop jumping? Awesome.

As big as their new dance sound is, Panic!’s stage presence is even bigger. During the driving guitars of “Nicotine,” Brendon Urie sang his way past exploding columns of smoke as Dallon Weekes leapt on and off platforms without missing a bass note. By the end of the night, Brendon did back flips, stripped, beat-boxed, played piano beautifully, and sang higher than an opera star. It’s like scientists genetically engineered a fabulous one-man circus.

The carnival image might be a throwback to “I Write Sins Not Tragedies’” breakout video, and of course we got to scream it for the encore, but this isn’t the Panic! of 2005 at all. That’s what I love the most about seeing Panic! today: they’re proof that dancing is the best cure for sweating off the past. Letting go has never been more fun.

Don’t miss Panic! At The Disco on tour!