Anyone else gonna try to hit Sharon Van Etten/The War on Drugs tomorrow at the Avalon?
That sounds like a great double bill! Wish NY had a good opener like the War on Drugs....
This girl thinks she can sell out 3 nights at Irving Plaza now lol...
Lana Del Rey -- 2012 Tour Dates
04-10 London, England - Jazz Cafe
06-03-05 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
06-07-10 New York, NY - Irving Plaza
06-15 Barcelona, Spain - Sonar Festival
06-17 London, England - Lovebox Festival
06-22 Isle of Wight, England - Isle of Wight Festival
06-22 London, England - Radio 1's Hackney Weekend 2012
06-27 Tromoy, Arendal, Norway - Hove Festival
06-29 Belfort, France - Les Eurockeennes
Crosby, Stills and Nash -- 2012 Tour Dates
24 SAT Mar, 2012 TRUST STADIUM Auckland, New Zealand
27 TUE Mar, 2012 WIN ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE Wollongong, Australia
29 THU Mar, 2012 PALAIS THEATRE Melbourne, Australia
30 FRI Mar, 2012 PALAIS THEATRE Melbourne Australia
01 SUN Apr, 2012 BLUES FESTIVAL Perth, Australia
04 WED Apr, 2012 HORDERN PAVILION Sydney, Australia
06 FRI Apr, 2012 BLUES FESTIVAL Byron Bay, Australia
17 TUE Apr, 2012 TABLE MOUNTAIN RANCHERIA/CASINO Friant, CA
18 WED Apr, 2012 AGUA CALIENTE CASINO Rancho Mirage, CA
20 FRI Apr, 2012 THE JOINT AT HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO Las Vegas, NV
22 SUN Apr, 2012 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER SAN LUIS OBISPO San Luis Obispo, CA
10 THU May, 2012 VIA FUNCHAL Rua Funchal, 65, São Paulo, Brazil
12 SAT May, 2012 CHEVROLET HALL Belo Horizonte, Brazil
13 SUN May, 2012 CITIBANK HALL Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
07 THU Jun, 2012 TOWER THEATRE Upper Darby, PA
08 FRI Jun, 2012 CAMBRIA COUNTY WAR MEMORIAL ARENA Johnstown, PA
10 SUN Jun, 2012 JACOBS PAVILION AT NAUTICA Cleveland, OH
12 TUE Jun, 2012 CONSTELLATION BRANDS - MARVIN SANDS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Canandaigua, NY
13 WED Jun, 2012 MEADOWBROOK U.S. CELLULAR PAVILION Gilford, NH
15 FRI Jun, 2012 PROVIDENCE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Providence, RI
16 SAT Jun, 2012 TOYOTA PRESENTS THE OAKDALE THEATRE Wallingford, CT
18 MON Jun, 2012 CITI PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WANG THEATRE Boston, MA
20 WED Jun, 2012 THEATRE AT WESTBURY Westbury, NY
21 THU Jun, 2012 THEATRE AT WESTBURY Westbury, NY
23 SAT Jun, 2012 PRESQUE ISLE STATE PARK Erie, PA
24 SUN Jun, 2012 SANDS BETHELEM EVENT CENTER Bethlehem, PA
26 TUE Jun, 2012 WELLMONT THEATRE Montclair, NJ
27 WED Jun, 2012 WELLMONT THEATRE Montclair, NJ
29 FRI Jun, 2012 COUNT BASIE THEATRE Red Bank, NJ
30 SAT Jun, 2012 BORGATA SPA & RESORT - EVENT CENTER Atlantic City, NJ
02 MON Jul, 2012 PIER SIX CONCERT PAVILION Baltimore, MD
03 TUE Jul, 2012 WOLF TRAP FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS - THE FILENE CENTER Vienna, VA
05 THU Jul, 2012 NTELOS WIRELESS PAVILION Charlottesville, VA
07 SAT Jul, 2012 NTELOS WIRELESS PAVILION Portsmouth, VA
08 SUN Jul, 2012 DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Durham, NC
11 WED Jul, 2012 TUSCALOOSA AMPHITHEATER Tuscaloosa, AL
13 FRI Jul, 2012 IP CASINO RESORT AND SPA Biloxi, MS
14 SAT Jul, 2012 VERIZON WIRELESS AMPHITHEATRE AT ENCORE PARK Alpharetta, GA
27 FRI Jul, 2012 RYMAN AUDITORIUM Nashville, TN
28 SAT Jul, 2012 CARSON FOUR RIVERS CENTER Paducah, KY
30 MON Jul, 2012 PNC PAVILION AT RIVERBEND MUSIC CENTER Cincinnati, OH
31 TUE Jul, 2012 TOLEDO ZOO AMPHITHEATER Toledo, OH
02 THU Aug, 2012 FOX THEATRE St. Louis, MO
03 FRI Aug, 2012 RAVINIA FESTIVAL Highland Park, IL
05 SUN Aug, 2012 RIVERSIDE THEATER Milwaukee, WI
06 MON Aug, 2012 ORPHEUM THEATRE Minneapolis, MN
08 WED Aug, 2012 PINEWOOD BOWL AMPHITHEATER Lincoln, NE
09 THU Aug, 2012 STARLIGHT THEATRE Kansas City, MO
11 SAT Aug, 2012 HARTMAN ARENA Wichita, KS
12 SUN Aug, 2012 ZOO AMPHITHEATRE Oklahoma City, OK
14 TUE Aug, 2012 VERIZON THEATRE AT GRAND PRAIRIE Grand Prairie, TX
15 WED Aug, 2012 CYNTHIA WOODS MITCHELL PAVILION The Woodlands, TX
17 FRI Aug, 2012 MAJESTIC THEATRE San Antonio, TX
18 SAT Aug, 2012 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS LIVE AT MOODY THEATER Austin, TX
20 MON Aug, 2012 ROUTE 66 CASINO Albuquerque, NM
21 TUE Aug, 2012 RED ROCKS Morrison, CO
23 THU Aug, 2012 RED BUTTE GARDEN Salt Lake City, UT
24 FRI Aug, 2012 IDAHO BOTANICAL GARDENS Boise, ID
04 TUE Sep, 2012 SYMPHONY HALL Phoenix, AZ
07 FRI Sep, 2012 GREEK THEATRE Los Angeles, CA
08 SAT Sep, 2012 SAN JOSE CIVIC AUDITORIUM San Jose, CA
14 FRI Sep, 2012 CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE Woodinville, WA
22 SAT Sep, 2012 RENO EVENTS CENTER Reno, NV
28 FRI Sep, 2012 SANTA BARBARA BOWL Santa Barbara, CA
29 SAT Sep, 2012 HUMPHREY'S San Diego, CA
^^^shit like that is why i could never bring myself to go on tour with some of the smaller bands i worked with. all that and doing it in a van with 5 or 6 other dudes just never appealed to me, a tour bus may have been a little better but still wouldn't do it. june thru august just looks brutal.
edit: just realized that is for cs&n and not !!!
dealing with some scheduling right now and that just looked so overwhelming to me, haha
Last edited by JustSteve; 03-20-2012 at 03:35 PM.
At first I thought you were announcing a !!! tour.
2013 = Coverchella
2011 = Perfectchella
ps I just realized...could she be playing Lollapalooza?!
Norah Jones <3
June 20 – Murat Theater – Indianapolis, Indiana
June 22 – Mud Island Amphitheater – Memphis, Tennessee
June 23 – Fox Theater – Atlanta, Georgia
June 24 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tennessee
June 27 – Wolf Trap – Vienna, Virginia
June 28 – Mann Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 29 – Kodak Hall – Rochester, New York
July 1 – Bank of America Pavilion – Boston, Massachusetts
July 2 – Oakdale Theatre – Wallingford, Connecticut
July 3 – Central Park SummerStage - New York, New York
July 6 – Massey Hall – Toronto, Ontario
July 7 – Montreal Jazz Festival – Montreal, Quebec
August 7 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, California
August 8 – Copley Symphony Hall – San Diego, California
August 10 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, California
August 12 – Harvey’s Outdoor Arena – Lake Tahoe, Nevada
August 15 – Les Schwab Amphitheater – Bend, Oregon
August 17 – Edgefield Winery – Portland, Oregon
August 18 – Marymoor Amphitheater – Seattle, Washington
August 21 – Red Butte Garden – Salt Lake City, Utah
August 23 – Red Rocks – Denver, Colorado
so i guess that buffalo springfield tour we were promised isn't gonna happen.
November 18 - Slayer
November 19 - eyehategod
December 4 - Behemoth
January 30 - Behemoth
February 3 - Zola Jesus
February 6 - Sleep
Sorry I just got an email from my friend about this and laughed so hard haha
Rock ‘n Roll doesn’t get any bigger than this! KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE... On the same stage... On the same night. KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE are uniting to launch THE TOUR of 2012. The summer's biggest, baddest rock tour will level 40+ cities nationwide starting July 20th. The Live Nation promoted tour will go on sale beginning Friday, March 23rd at http://bit.ly/TicketmasterUSCA and http://bit.ly/Livenation.
July 20 in Bristow, VA at Jiffy Lube Live – On Sale: March 23
July 21 in Virginia Beach, VA at Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach – On Sale: March 23
July 22 in Raleigh, NC at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek – On Sale: March 23
July 24 in Atlanta, GA at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood – On Sale: March 23
July 25 in Charlotte, NC at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
July 27 in West Palm Beach, FL at Cruzan Amphitheater – On Sale: March 23
July 28 in Tampa, FL at 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
July 31 in Pelham, AL at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
August 3 in Houston, TX at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – On Sale: March 23
August 4 in Dallas, TX at Gexa Energy Pavillion – On Sale: March 23
August 7 in Albuquerque, NM at Hard Rock Casino Presents The Pavilion – On Sale: March 23
August 8 in Englewood, CO at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
August 10 in Phoenix, AZ at Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion – On Sale: March 23
August 11 in Las Vegas, NV at Mandalay Bay Arts Center – On Sale: March 23
August 12 in Chula Vista, CA at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
August 14 in Irvine, CA at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater – On Sale: March 23
August 16 in Concord, CA at Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord – On Sale: March 23
August 18 in Auburn, WA at White River Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
August 19 in Ridgefield, WA at Sleep Country Amphitheater – On Sale: March 23
August 24 in Grand Junction, CO at Rock Jam – On Sale: March 23
August 26 in Tulsa, OK at BOK Center – On Sale: March 30
August 27 in Maryland Heights, MO at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater – On Sale: March 23
August 29 in Minneapolis, MN at Minnesota State Fair – On Sale: March 31
August 31 in Cincinnati, OH at Riverbend MusicCenter – On Sale: March 23
September 1 in Noblesville, IN at Klipsch Music Center – On Sale: March 23
September 2 in Pittsburgh, PA at First Niagra Pavilion – On Sale: March 23
September 4 in Nashville, TN at Bridgestone Arena – On Sale: March 23
September 5 in Clarkston, MI at DTE Energy Music Theatre – On Sale: March 23
September 7 in Tinley Park, IL at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
September 8 in East Troy, WI at Alpine Valley Music Theatre – On Sale: March 23
September 11 in Allegan, MI at Allegan County Fair – On Sale: May 5
September 12 in Cleveland, OH at Blossom Music Center – On Sale: March 23
September 13 in Toronto, ON at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – On Sale: March 23
September 15 in Darien Center, NY at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center – On Sale: March 23
September 16 in Mansfield, MA at Comcast Center – On Sale: March 23
September 18 in Scranton, PA at Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain – On Sale: March 23
September 19 in Camden, NJ at Susquehanna Bank Center – On Sale: March 23
September 21 in Holmdel, NJ at PNC Bank Arts Center – On Sale: March 23
September 22 in Wantagh, NY at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater – On Sale: March 23
September 23 in Hartford, CT at Comcast Theatre – On Sale: March 23
With combined album sales of almost 200 million, KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE are more than just iconic; they remain today as the dominant powerhouses of rock music tallying 30+ chart-topping hits, countless sold out tours and awards and accolades from around the world. Known for their elaborate and spectacular stage shows, each band plans to give fans the ultimate summer concert experience with the most impressive lighting and sound production ever and their signature over-the-top pyrotechnics. This is the first time KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE will share a stage since 1982.
KISS consists of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer. MÖTLEY CRÜE consists of Vince Neil, Mick Mars, Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee.
These veterans of the music business are still at the height of their popularity. KISS is the juggernaut of them all, with 3,000 licensed merchandise products, including the KISS golf course in Las Vegas and a new album. KISS has broken box office records set by The Beatles and Elvis. MÖTLEY CRÜE is the first rock band in history to have just completed an epic sold-out Las Vegas residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The band is best known for continuing to reinvent not only their live show (with mind blowing elements such as Tommy Lee’s 360 drum roller coaster) and music (brand new song due out this spring), but remain on the cutting edge via social media interaction. MÖTLEY CRÜE’s New York Times bestselling book The Dirt is currently being adapted into a major motion picture. Last month, the band was featured in one of the highest rated Super Bowl ads of all time for the KIA Optima.
Anyone going to this? Not sure if mentioned before ..
6/01 An Intimate Live Show with Julia Stone @ Hollywood Forever cemetery.
tickets sold out in less than a day, if you have any you'd like to sell pm me! Still none even on craigslist :/
and also same night
6/01 Rusko, Andy C, Redlight @ Hollywood Palladium
I wonder who is playing last on the Kiss/Crue tour? My guess is Kiss.
The War on Drugs killed it. I had school til almost 9, and the Avalon is a piece of shit, so we didn't get into the venue until almost 9:30, but for the nearly 20 minutes we waited in line to get our tickets we could hear them playing from outside. We got in just as The Animator was shifting into Come to the City. That was my favorite bit of music from last year, and they do it SO well live. Adam's vocals were more Bob Dylan yelpy tonight than last time I saw him, but it worked really well. Despite the fact that the Avalon is always full of douchebags and shitty bartenders, they have a killer soundsystem that really benefited these guys. If they went on when they were supposed to, they had a full hour set. What I heard inside was: The Animator, Come to the City, Come For It, Best Night, Arms Like Boulders, I Was There, Brothers (with Alex Bleeker from Real Estate).
Sharon Van Etten is someone I want to meet. She has such a great, genuine stage presence. She conversed with the crowd through the whole show, was self-deprecating and goofy in a super cute way, and just so charming. She truly seemed like herself whenever she spoke, and then she played her dark folk songs and transformed. Her voice is huge live, going from sparse whispers to a throaty howl that filled the room. She took the quiet stuff from her album and cranked it way up, both in volume and intensity. Her backing band was ace (Heather Woods Broderick is a spectacular musician, and it was great to see the two of them interact.) I was not overly familiar with Sharon's work prior to tonight, but she definitely won me over and inspired me to listen more. Thanks for the tickets Oscar!
Man I wanted to go to that show so bad. Fucking finals. So looking forward to seeing War on Drugs live.
Pemberton (7/18-20) ~ FYF (8/22-23)
Of Montreal was ok tonight. Not overly impressive for my first time seeing them. The Past is a Grotesque Animal was amazing though, definitely the highlight of what was an otherwise middle of the road show.
I agree about of Montreal - last time I saw them (last May) they were much better, but still, mostly just okay. The Past Was a Grotesque Animal though, was fucking amazing, and totally made it worth it. I am disappointed that they played NOTHING from Sunlandic Twins (last time I saw them they played one...) but I guess that's to be expected now.
Julia Holter at Amoeba on the other hand was fantastic. I only sort of liked her stuff on album, and never really listened all the way through. To be honest I kind of found her voice annoying. But since the show was free and easy to get to I went, and I'm glad I did. As the show progressed I went from thinking I would have preferred instrumental only versions of the songs to actually appreciating her voice. It didn't hit me all at once when I was there, though. I liked the show well enough, but it wasn't until later that night when I found the songs replaying in my head that I realized it was pretty amazing.