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A Day to Remember
Oct 9, 2021
Twenty One Pilots
Oct 14, 2021
Oct 16, 2021
Oct 23, 2021
Oct 28, 2021
October 9, 2021
In the Spring of 2003 A Day To Remember first burst out of their hometown of Ocala, Florida with an ear-turning metalcore meets pop punk blend that's affectionally titled pop mosh by their fans. Over the course of six studio albums, the group solidified their status as forerunners of the post-hardcore wave. Don't miss their latest tour when they come to a town near you!
October 14, 2021
Twenty One Pilots are the Ohio duo Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun who formed whilst at college and began to put out their own records before being signed by Pete Wentz' Fueled By Ramen label in 2013. Since the release of first studio album Vessel, TOP have been creating synthy, spoken-word, genre defying sounds and gaining an enormous, loyal fan base. Now the duo head out on a on their Takeover Tour!
October 16, 2021
Formed in of Nashville, Tennessee in 2014, Paul Jason Klein, Leslie Priest and Jake Goss took on a broader musical view than the country roots of the city, dubbing their band LANY in reference to the two cities (Los Angeles and New York) and their aspiration of spreading their heady indie pop sound from coast to coast. The outfit are riding high after the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album Malibu Nights and are set to achieve their far flung goals, bringing the albums dreamy synth-pop goodness to stages across the world during the mammoth Malibu Nights World Tour 2019.
October 23, 2021
Combining a flurry of genres and influences from punk rock icons like the Misfits and Minor Threat with the slick production and sparse, hypnotic beats of hip hop and trap, the Suicide Boys are proving themselves a force to be reckoned with. The duo, comprised of rapping Ruby Da Cherry aka Suicide Leopard and producing Slick Sloth, call their unique fusion horrorcore glitch-trap and are bringing its bone-shaking bass and dark rhymes to you once again!
October 28, 2021
When he's not helping some of modern pop's finest reach the top of the charts, he's doing it himself, with his bands fun. and Bleachers. Technically a solo project, Bleachers draws on Antonoff's love of John Hughesy synth pop, producing big hooky choruses that remain effortlessly stylish amongst all the heaving heart emotion.
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