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Closed Aug 4, 2021
Louis The Child
Aug 7, 2021
Aug 17 - 19, 2021
Aug 27, 2021
Sep 4, 2021
Closed August 4, 2021
Indie-folk-rock trailblazers Bright Eyes have revealed the massive news that they are returning in 2020, after almost a decade since their last album. The Omaha group comprised of singer-songwriter Conor Oberst, producer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Mogis and pianist Nate Walcott have signed to Dead Oceans (home to Khruangbin, Phoebe Bridgers and Dirty Projectors among others) and delighted fans by announcing shows at the Hollywood Palladium LA and Forest Hills Stadium in NY, with more to come.
August 7, 2021
Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren, a.k.a Louis The Child have taken the music industry by storm in recent years. Their music has been dubbed 'electronic bliss', with stadium-ready anthems such as 'It's Strange' and 'Weekend'. It's no wonder that this band have racked up 50 million Spotify streams and have already worked with artists like K.Flay and Icona Pop.
August 17 - 19, 2021
With a musical style as diverse and colorful as their fragrant name, Blackberry Smoke effortlessly blend Southern-fried blues rock with country and a sprinkling of gospel and RnB for good measure. This heady sonic infusion has seen the bearded quintet blast out of their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia and onto world stages in recent years. Don't miss them as they hit the road again!
August 27, 2021
Heartland country rockers The Brothers Osborne were born and raised in Maryland on their father's rich record collection, which influenced nightly jam sessions to the sounds of Bob Seger, Tom Petty and Hank Williams. Relocating to Nashville, it wasn't long before the dynamic duo was picked up by Warner and climbing the charts with debut, platinum-certified singles 'Stay A Little Longer' and 'Rum', releasing their critically acclaimed debut album 'Pawn Shop' in 2016. The Grammy nominees dropped their Sophomore effort 'Port Saint Joe' in early 2018 and are hitting the road in 2021!
September 4, 2021
The ever undefinable Primus are heading out on an extra special tour as they celebrate the late and great Rush drummer, Neil Peart. In this 46 date tour the Primus trio will be playing Rush's seminal album, "A Farewell To Kings" in full on the Tribute To Kings Tour! Don't miss your chance to be a part of this exclusive event!
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