Flying Lotus/Thundercat 2013 Tour dates (More TBA)
4/23 Masquerade Atlanta
4/25 9:30 Club Washington DC
4/26 Union Transfer Philadelphia 11pm late (Dillinger Escape Plan 6:45pm early show at Union Transfer)
5/5 Terminal 5 NYC *
5/15 Sounds Academy Toronto
5/16 House of Blues Cleveland
* - w/ Ultraista
July 17 and 18
Full dates. I guess this means they are playing Lolla/Osheaga.
Alabama Shakes 2013 Tour Dates:
03/12 Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom
03/13 Austin, TX @ Rodeo Austin
03/15 New Orleans, LA @ The Sugar Mill
03/16 Jackson, MS @ Hal + Mals Street Dance
03/27 Mexico City, MX @ Jose Cuervo Salon
03/30 Sao Paulo, BR @ Lollapalooza Brazil
03/31- Sao Paulo, BR @ Cine Joia
04/01 Rio de Janiero, BR @ Circo Voador
04/03 Beunos Aires, AR @ Quilmes Rock
04/06 Santiago, CL @ Lollapalooza Chile
05/10 Festival Napa, CA @ Bottle Rock Music Festival
06/01 Houston, TX @ Free Press Summer Fest
06/02 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Ampitheater *
06/07 Birmingham, AL @ Sloss Furance
06/08 Birmingham, AL @ Sloss Furance
06/18 Columbia, OH LC Pavilion
06/19 Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
06/20 Toronto, ON @ Echo Beach
06/22 Dover, DE @ Firefly Music Festival
06/23 Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theatre
06/30 London, UK @ Hard Rock Calling
07/13 Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival
07/14 Tulsa, OK @ Cains Ballroom ^#
07/15 Albuquerque, NM @ Popejoy Hall ^#
07/17 Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium ^#
07/18 Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium ^#
07/19 Las Vegas, NV @ The Pearl Theater ^#
07/21 Alta, WY @ Targhee Festival
07/23 Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
07/25 Calgary, AB @ Calgary Music Festival
07/26 Edmonton, AB @ Interstellar Rodeo
07/28 Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze Outdoor Plaza
08/07 Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival
08/08 Goteborg, ES @ Way Out West Festival
08/09 Skanderborg, DK @ Skanderborg Festival
08/10 Hamburg, DE @ Haldren Festival
08/13 Barcelona, ES @ Apollo
08/14 Porto, PT @ Paredes da Coura
08/18 Biddinghuizen, NL @ Lowlands Festival
09/07 Guthrie, OK @ Gentlemen of the Road %
* = w/ Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
^ = w/ Hurray for the Riff Raff
# = w/ Fly Golden Eagle
% = w/ Mumford and Sons
Flaming Lips July 31 Pacific Ampitheater
Presale on Wednesday
Part of the oc fair
Check out my concert photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/ameeps/
3 - alt-J - Pageant
Full Flylo tour dates. No l.a date yet
04-21 Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Ballroom *#
04-23 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Heaven Stage) *#
04-24 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel *#
04-25 Washington, DC - 930 Club *#
04-26 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer *#
05-05 New York, NY - Terminal 5 (Red Bull Music Academy) #$
05-12 Boston, MA - Paradise #
05-13 Montreal, Quebec - Metropolis #
05-15 Toronto, Ontario - Sound Academy #
05-16 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues Cleveland #
05-17 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall Ballroom #
05-18 Chicago, IL - Metro #
05-19 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue #
05-22 Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo #
05-23 Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue Theater #
05-24 Portland, OR - Roseland Theater #
05-25 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater #
* with Teebs
$ with Ultraνsta
# with Thundercat
DJ Shadow at the Observatory on April 26th for $10? Yes, please.
For your health
Depeche Mode in SD on my bday? hell yeah.
11/21 - Pearl Jam - Viejas Arena
The Green Day show last night was great. The crowd I would say was too passionate, with everywhere yelling every single lyric and pushing to get up front. The first hour I was in the second row from the stage in front of Billie Joe, then I moved back towards the middle of the pit and the sound quality was tremendously better. Could finally hear how great a singer he is live without any disturbance. The setlist was very warmup like, but he put a lot of energy into it. Some of the songs were put on hold, while Green Day would do silly stuff or make something epic out of it and then resume. A lot of people got to go on stage, they also gave out a lot of customized GD guitar picks, t-shirts, and toilet paper. I had a fun time.
This article summarizes it well
Green Day was indeed awesome and a lot of fun. Never seen Billie that emotional, be it his first show back from rehab or if thats how sober Billie is, but it was damn good. The setlist was "safe" at best. It was definitely "the first show back" doing a setlist similar to the 21st century tour with only 5 (of the 37!!!) new songs sprinkled in. Though some of the most played songs since they have come out gave some of the most powerful/emotional performances ie Letterbomb and Blvd of Broken Dreams. Obviously Billie has really taken some of his former lyrics to heart; it took him a solid 2 minutes of extra chanting to muster up the lyrics "Where will all the martyrs go when the virus cures itself? And where will we all go when it's too late?" before giving an obviously much needed release of energy.
The Rolling Stone article is incorrect in their setlist, as Green Day didn't follow the stage copy exactly. FOD got swapped out for Coming Clean which was great to hear as they never play it and was very appropriate for the circumstances of the show in Green Day history. That run of Kerplunk/Dookie/1039 songs with 2000 Light Years Away, Paper Lanterns, Coming Clean, When I Come Around, She, and then Basket Case was so so much.
99 Revolutions was a great opener, and Let Yourself Go could have fit in right with that run of old songs the way the crowd gets going to it. Stay the Night and Stop When The Red Lights Flash were also really great live. Oh Love, while pulled off exactly as it should be, was my time to take a couple photos.
Very excited about the upcoming tour. I think once the band gets their feet in the water again and rehearsing the setlists are going to be amazing with all the trilogy songs coming in. Stoked on my seats at the Sports Arena show!
O and of note, Idiot Club/Idiot Nation is the best fan club ever. We arrived at the venue maybe only an hour before the doors opened to be greeted with a line wrapping completely around the Fox. Never seen that before but hey its Green Day and it was a Sunday night. Going to will call for the tickets we were told there was an early entry line for the fan club and automatic floor passes. Really great experience even though I kind of felt bad going in before the people that were there since midnight-7am. Just kind of though
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Wednesday July 24
Now that the Key Club is gone, is it going to become another club or be leveled and redeveloped? Does anyone know?
it'll probably just remain empty for the rest of the year until a new owner comes in and buys it. The only thing you'll probably see will be a new sound system and possibly a new name (but most likely not since it's already established), the building will more then likely remain unchanged.
While in New Orleans this weekend, my brother and I decided at the last second to try to get into day 2 of Buku fest. We bought wristbands off of people leaving the fest early for $20 each and managed to see Passion Pit, Calvin Harris, SST9, and Nero. One of the stages was in this big warehouse filled with huge, crazy Mardi Gras floats. it was super fun. SST9 is a waaaaaaay more awesome band than i imagined. i will definitely be going out of my way to see them when they come around from now on.
12/10/15 - Kamasi Washington @ Club Nokia // 12/12/15 - HEALTH @ Teragram Ballroom // 12/19/15 - Pity Sex @ Echo // 2/13/15 - Black Sabbath @ Mandalay Bay Events Center
3/19/15 - Clint Mansell @ Theater at Ace Hotel // 3/26/15 - Greg Dulli @ Teragram Ballroom
The Key Club was consistently one of the most poorly run venues I've been to in my life.
2nd show added for Jay-Z/JT & James Blake
Justin Timberlake/Jay-Z - 2013 Tour Dates
July 19 New York, NY Yankee Stadium SOLD OUT
July 20 New York, NY Yankee Stadium
James Blake 2013 Tour Dates
Thu 05/07/13 Terminal 5 New York NY
Thu 05/09/13 Terminal 5 New York NY
Superfan will be in front of the Fonda masturbating furiously to a photo of him taking a photo of a band. Set is from 8:05 to approximately 8:05:15. Guest list only.
Upcoming Shows: Spamalot (7/31), HARD (8/1) 2001 Space Odyssey with LA Phil (8/12), Opeth (10/18), TOOL (10/31), Coachella 2016 (WK1), David Gilmour (Wherever I need to go)