Sasha and Adam Beyer - NEW YEARS EVE. Exchange LA
Sasha and Adam Beyer - NEW YEARS EVE. Exchange LA
4 more days~!
The Rolling Stones have announced that Mary J. Blige and Gary Clark Jr. will be joining the band on stage for their first U.S. 50 and Counting concert at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, December 8.
This exciting news follows special appearances at London’s O2 Arena by Jeff Beck and Mary J. Blige at the kick off show on November 25th and Eric Clapton and Florence Welch at on November 29th show.
The five Rolling Stones’ concerts are the band’s first in over five years.
The Stones will continue the 50 And Counting shows with two more dates in the U.S. at Newark’s Prudential Center on December 13th & 15th.
The final show on the 15th will be telecast live via pay-per-view at 9pm ET. The pay-per-view entitled One More Shot will be distributed by WWE.
Tegan and Sara playing February 1st at Club Nokia
Who the hell still listens to thrice?
Anyone experienced with the seating at club Nokia? I've never been to the venue and I'm having trouble deciding on tickets.
I'm buying tickets to the upcoming Parov Stelar show on the 14th and I'm having trouble between "PIT GA STANDING - US $36.50" and "GA STANDING - US $21.50". Any advice?
Get pit, the GA standing throws you up really high in the venue and it becomes a shitfest up there for most shows
If you really like the artist, yes... If not, not really.
U2: 6/28 @ United Center
Lollapalooza: 8/1 @ Grant Park
Jessie Ware at Bootleg: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/174273
You can use code OGWARE to buy the tix now.
Sufjan was weird and absurd and great tonight. He did a good selection of his original Christmas songs and his older songs, and the traditional carol sing alongs were fun too. "Sister Winter" was the highlight for me, and probably the overall highlight of any show I saw this year.
Agreed! My favorite show of 2012.
What an encore.
Saw Bruce Springsteen tonight at the Honda Center from the GA floor. The traffic around the Honda Center was horrendous, but the show was really excellent. The Boss will forever impress me.
i enjoyed how to dress well tonight. the soundsystem at the echoplex sounded better than the fonda's did for smd. kinda caught me off guard. the songs are so sad and emotional, but the beats really bang. wish he wouldn't thank the crowd so much. he does a good job interacting with the crowd, but all the thank you's started to bug me. just nit-picking though
What a bummer Loved this place...
"On Sunday, Dec 9 Zebulon will be closing its doors after ten exciting years of pioneering music and arts. Williamsburg has changed significantly since we opened, and unfortunately it is no longer possible today to continue the business in the manner in which it was conceived. Nevertheless, it's been a great run. This is our final week so if you haven't been down in a while, please come and say hello/wave goodbye, and pay your respects to this gem of an institution."
Their final week will include appearances by TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone, The Arcade Fire's Sarah Neufeld, and more. As always, there will be no covers, and a happy hour lasting from 5 to 8 p.m.
Every Time I Die w/ The Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundreth, No Bragging Rights 2013 Tour DatesBuffalo’s magnificently brutal heavy rock ensemble Every Time I Die will be out on the road in continued support of their powerful and critically acclaimed album, Ex Lives which hit 20 on Nielsen Soundscan this past March. The record was produced by renowned heavy rock producer Joe Barresi (Tool, The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age, Parkway Drive) and contains magnificently heavy and cathartic onslaught of modern hardcore infused metal. Ex Lives is the band’s sixth full-length studio album and much anticipated follow up to their 2009 breakthrough New Junk Aesthetic which Absolute Punk heralded as a musical “weapon of mass destruction”.
Wed 2/6 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
Thu 2/7 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
Fri 2/8 Minneapolis, MN Mill City Nights
Sat 2/9 Lawrence, KS The Granada
Sun 2/10 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
Tue 2/12 Boise, ID The Venue
Wed 2/13 Seattle, WA El Corazón
Thu 2/14 Portland, OR Branx
Fri 2/15 Oakland, CA Oakland Metro Operahouse
Sat 2/16 Pomona, CA The Glass House
Sun 2/17 Los Angeles, CA The Roxy Theatre
Mon 2/18 Mesa, AZ Nile Theater
Tue 2/19 El Paso, TX Tricky Falls
Wed 2/20 Austin, TX Red 7
Fri 2/22 Houston, TX Warehouse Live
Sat 2/23 Metairie, LA The Cypress
Sun 2/24 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
Mon 2/25 Tampa, FL The Orpheum
Tue 2/26 Miami, FL Grand Central
Wed 2/27 Jacksonville, FL Freebird Live
Thu 2/28 Charlotte, NC Amos' Southend
Fri 3/1 Washington, DC Rock N Roll Hotel
Sat 3/2 Cleveland, OH Peabodys
Sun 3/3 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
Tue 3/5 London, ON Rum Runners
Wed 3/6 Toronto, ON The Opera House
Thu 3/7 Ottawa, ON Ritual Nightclub
Fri 3/8 Montreal, QC Club Soda
Sat 3/9 Quebec City, QC L'Union Commerciale
Sun 3/10 New Haven, CT Toad's Place
Mon 3/11 Albany, NY Upstate Concert Hall
Tue 3/12 Syracuse, NY The Lost Horizon
Wed 3/13 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
Thu 3/14 New York, NY Irving Plaza
Fri 3/15 Boston, MA Royale
Sat 3/16 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
ps For those that like Real Estate....
Join Real Estate, RCRD LBL and MINI USA at a secret location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on December 7th at 5:30. The show is no cover and no RSVP needed. We will give out the final location the day of the show - so stay tuned in! Capacity will be very limited for this special event.
Learn more about the MINI Normal Crashing tour here: http://bit.ly/normalcrashers