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Slightly Stoopid, Tribal Seeds and Matisyahu headline the “How I Spent My Summer Vacation Tour”

The How I Spent My Summer Vacation Tour was truly epic. With a line up like Hirie, Matisyahu, Tribal Seeds, and Slightly Stoopid a very fun evening was to be expected. Despite the Texas heat, all 4 bands put on exceptional performances, and a hot crowd reacted by matching the energy. The Whitewater Amphitheater was a beautiful venue that had a river running directly behind the stage cooling a lot of us off and creating a very scenic performance. The entire evening felt exactly like a perfect summer day, and a memorable night. Continue Reading

Chrvches, Walk The Moon, Jimmy Eat World, Coin and more help Milwaukee celebrate at the beloved Summerfest

Summerfest is a unique experience; essentially, it isn’t a music festival. Rather, it is a celebration of the best and worst that Milwaukee has to offer, including a spectrum of delicious food vendors, a market with offerings from local artists and artisans, and, unfortunately, a crowd that should be avoided if you’re a girl walking by yourself. Continue Reading

Award-winning vocalist Josh Groban draws a large, enthusiastic crowd at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VAw

Arriving from a cross-Atlantic flight after performing at the British Summertime Festival, multiplatinum and Grammy nominated vocalist, Josh Groban, made a stop just outside of the Nation’s Capital in Vienna, Va. Continue Reading

New Found Glory is joined by The Early November, Doll Skin and Real Friends at the Varsity Theatre

Honestly it didn’t feel much like summer walking in Dinkytown on the official first day of summer. The sun was hot but there was a cool breeze in the air and I was soaking it in while waiting in line, knowing this would be the last time I’d feel a cool breeze in the next four hours. New Found Glory’s From the Screen to Your Stereo to Your Town Tour made a sold out stop at one of my favorite venues in the Twin Cities: Varsity Theatre. In all honesty I think the last time I saw New Found Glory was at Riot Fest in Chicago in 2017, and I have yet to se this band play in an actual venue. My excitement for what was about to happen was through the roof, especially with the anticipation of a sold out crowd. Continue Reading

Boise welcomes LANY and Sasha Sloan with a packed venue at The Revolution Concert House

At 2 p.m. there was already a line forming at The Revolution Concert House in Boise, Idaho. The trio, LANY, brought an enormous amount of energy on their world tour stop here in Idaho. Continue Reading

Hozier proves he’s still got it with a sold-out show at the Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee

As a longtime fan seeing him for the very first time, Hozier’s May 30th show at the sold-out Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee truly did not disappoint. Continue Reading

Donna Missal gives Louisville an intimate dance party at Headliners Music Hall

Leading up to her performance at Bonnaroo Festival, Donna Missal made her way to Louisville, Kentucky on June 10th at Headliners Music Hall. Continue Reading

Avatar throw down alongside 68, Dance With The Dead and Devin Townsend at First Avenue in Minneapolis

After a cloudy and chilly start to the day on a five mile hike, I was glad to be walking in the mild cloud covered sun to First Avenue to catch Avatar for the second time. The first time I saw this band play was when they opened to Trivium last fall and at first I thought I was in for a gimmicky or showy band that was going to be hit or miss on their sound. What I got instead was a band that came out hard for a forty minute set and absolutely crushed every moment of it. I walked away from that show in awe and hoping Avatar wouldn’t skip out on the Twin Cities the next time they toured North America. Continue Reading

Wallows play two sold out, hometown shows at The Fonda Theatre in LA (with Slow Hollows)

After a few months of touring, Wallows finally made it home to play two sold-out nights at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Similarly, attending night one was a homecoming of my own, as it was my first show back in LA after a grueling couple of months in New York. It was a great experience to see the band for the first time at a hometown show, especially since their music has always reminded me of California. Supported by Slow Hollows, Wallows played an incredible show filled with exciting moments and explosive energy. Continue Reading

Emo alt rockers Basement draw a loyal fanbase to Irving Plaza in New York City (with Nothing and Teenage Wrist)

Alt rock/emo/pop punk/post hardcore/whatever heavy hitters Basement took over Irving Plaza in NYC Wednesday night and sent the crowd flying over each other in an attempt to scream the lyrics back into singer Andrew Fisher’s face. Continue Reading

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