Car Seat Headrest
Jul 14, 2020
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July 14, 2020
To fans delight, Indie Rockers Car Seat Headrest are heading out tour this year! Bursting into the music scene with their cult hit "Twin Fantasy" in 2011 Car Seat Headrest have since garnered a diverse and ever-widening, and let's not forget loyal, fanbase. Don't miss your chance to see them do that they do best, live on tour!
August 1, 2020
Grammy-award nominated industrial rock titans Ministry are taking thing way back in 2020 as they take to the road with KMFDM and Front Line Assembly on the Industrial Strength tour, recreating their infamous line up in celebration of their debut album The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste clocking up an impressive 30 years!
August 14, 2020
Hard rock Florida collective Shinedown are hitting the road one again! Since forming in 2002, this Jacksonville four-piece have built up a collection of enviable melodic hard rock, selling over 10 million copies worldwide. Threat to Survival was another solid entry, featuring the storming lead single 'Cut to Cord' and the epic closer 'Misfits'.
November 10, 2020
BAFTA-winning post-classical composer Olafur Arnalds straddles the line between acoustic and electronic, creating haunting soundscapes and electronic reveries in both his solo and collaborative iterations. The Icelandic sound artist continues to break new ground in the neo-classical world - catch him when he brings his visionary sound, as well as old favorites from his catalogue of LP's and soundtracks, to US shores once again.
November 15, 2020
Welsh alt-rockers Neck Deep are hitting the road this fall in celebration of the release of their fourth album, "All Distortions Are Intentional". Calling to mind the glory days of Blink 182, New Found Glory and Fall Out Boy, the quartet have risen to the forefront of the current pop-punk revival with supercharged teen anthems comprised of fuzzy power chords, pounding drums and hook-laden melodies.
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Situated in the heart of San Francisco's Market District. The Warfield started life as a vaudeville theater, named by chain owner Marcus Loew, for his friend, silent movie actor David Warfield. As vaudeville died out, it turned into a movie palace until 1979, it became a concert hall thanks to a fortnight-long run of Bob Dylan concerts! It is now operated by Goldenvoice, who many will know as the founders of both Stagecoach and Coachella music festivals.
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