The temperature outside the Skyway Theater the night of the Panic! At The Disco’s Minneapolis show was a frigid zero degrees with a wind chill plummeting into the negatives. But that didn’t stop the hardy concertgoers of the Upper Midwest from filing up the venue before the show even started – just in time for Brooklyn’s X Ambassadors and California’s The Colourist to ignite the frozen winter evening with a fire that didn’t die down until long after Panic!’s headlining set had ended.
An essay by Chris Barr, from The Eddie Jason & Chris Show This felt like a significant event, even if it was a minor significant event. This past Saturday, September 21st, 2013, was the first day of what is sure to become the annual Riot Fest: Denver music festival, here in the home-town of idobi Radio’s […]
Gainesville, FL punk rock veterans Hot Water Music and their supporting cast, La Dispute and The Menzingers, gave audiences a reason to stay on their feet when they visited Toronto last week on their winter tour.
The dense fog couldn’t stop show-goers from lighting up with smiles as they waited in line outside The Paramount in Huntington, NY on January 12th.
Fans eagerly lined the street around Gramercy Theater on December 13th waiting patiently for doors to open for what would be Every Avenue’s last New York City show. The night was a celebration of the band, the friends they brought along to share the moment, and most importantly the fans that have supported them throughout the years.
The All-American Rejects returned to the Metro in Chicago with a vengeance, touring in support of their newest release, Kids in the Street.
When the Pioneer World Tour rolled through the House of Blues in Dallas, TX, fans were treated to great performances from The Maine, Lydia and Arkells.
Fun stopped in Boston this past Friday drawing a larger line on “Yawkey Way” than the Red Sox game that same night.
I Am The Avalanche are currently on a run with support from Hostage Calm and Banquets, celebrating the release of their latest album, Avalanche United. Fans in central New York got their chance to catch the tour at the Lost Horizon in Syracuse on Sunday, March 18. The band were returning for the first time […]
Fans in Florida got their chance to catch Young The Giant and Grouplove on St. Patrick’s Day at The Ritz in Ybor City.
The Glamour Kills tour featuring The Wonder Years, Polar Bear Club, Transit, The Story So Far, and Into It. Over It. hit New York City for two lively shows on March 10th.
If anyone in attendance had doubts about the recently reformed Taking Back Sunday, they were certainly put to rest on October 11 in Des Moines, Iowa. Let’s hope that Taking Back Sunday stays this way for a long, long time.
Spirits were high as The Noise Tour, featuring There For Tomorrow, We Are The In Crowd, and Mayday Parade, kicked off its first show at The Nutty Irishman in Farmingdale, NY.
After playing at the first outing of the Honda Civic Tour ten years ago, Blink-182 joined it again to celebrate its anniversary. They were also joined by My Chemical Romance, which would have been a perfect pairing for many people.