As all of your friends are packing up for tropical destinations this spring break, it is time for you sit back and relax with all of your favorite social media stars on the DigiTour Spring Break!
DigiTour Media, the premiere producer of live events featuring social media stars, has revealed plans for a new tour coming at you for spring break 2016, and it promises to be a fantastically summery event for all involved!
The tour promises to bring beachy vibes and the hottest social media talent to cities across North America. DigiTour’s Spring Break Tour kicks off with a show in Anaheim, California on April 1, and it’s set to come to a close with a May 5 show in Sacramento, California. Stops in Chicago, Denver, Atlanta, Houston, Pittsburgh, and other cities along the way offer plenty of opportunities for fans to interact with their favs!
And so many favs will be in attendance. The DigiTour Spring Break lineup boasts headlining appearances from the likes of 5Quad, Crawford Collins, Weston Koury, DuhItzMark, and Loren Gray. The event promises even more fun guests along the way! A handful of the stars listed above appear in the official tour announcement, confirming their appearance and excitement for the upcoming shows.
Check out the DigiTour Spring Break Tour video announcement and dates below!
Troye Sivan throws the house party of the year in his shimmering “Youth” music video…
After last summer’s cinematic Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy, Troye Sivan has established himself as an expert of curating visual works that perfectly reflect upon his musical releases. The 20 year old creator perfectly displayed the joys and trials of young love in his three previous videos, and we were left expecting equally good things for his current single “Youth.”
Boy, did he deliver…
Sivan has described his rousing single as “a song about the joy in naivety and being lost. It’s about dropping everything, running away, making mistakes, and loving too hard, and how that’s okay.” His voice rises triumphantly as he progresses through the coming of age track, and a sense of joy descends to images of “tripping on skies, sippin’ waterfalls.”
In the visual Troye and a group of friends throw an epic (and aesthetically pleasing) house party. The event is a Tumblr-certified explosion of jewel tones and heartfelt festivities. In a white letterman’s jacket Troye loses himself within the joy of the youthful rave. Troye and a romantic interest cuddle up on a bed surrounded by friends and a horde of Care Bears (cue the youthful memories) before taking it out on the dance floor.
The entire visual reverberates with a carefree and youthful sense of fun. Whether Troye is dancing down a hallway surrounded by a rainbow of twinkling lights, the pals are passing around a “Make America Gay Again” hat (Donald Trump must have been having nightmares last night), or everyone agrees to a bout of living room rollerblading, it is evident that the group is living up the best years of their life together.
Watch all the festivities go down in Troye Sivan’s “Youth” Music Video below!
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Who wouldn’t want to attend a summer camp hosted by Tyler Oakley, Bethany Mota, Connor Franta, or Meghan Rienks? Thanks to Camp17, now you may be able to make your dream a reality!
The four YouTube content creators have teamed up with Camp17 to host three individual summer camps across the US in 2016. Tyler Oakley and Bethan Mota will be co-counseling #BestCampEver, Connor Franta is running Creator Camp, and Meghan Rienks will host Camp AIM. The summer camps are open to youths between the ages of 10 and 16, and each camp promises to provide attendees with a summer to remember!
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Less than a week after canceling her highly anticipated performance at the February 15 Grammy Awards, Rihanna is postponing a handful of dates for her upcoming ANTi World Tour.
The world tour was set to kick off in San Diego on February 26, and it was scheduled to travel North America through early May before embarking on a European leg in June. Now Ticketmaster has revealed that at least the first three dates of the North American leg have been pushed back.
More details below!