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Category Archives: Concerts
As the egg-nog hangovers started to wear off and the temperatures began to drop, fans young and old lined up outside Philadelphia’s most historic venue, The Electric Factory, to catch “An Evening With Halestorm”. The show was uniquely set up in … Continue reading
On July 1st, 2009, Every Avenue brought their first official headlining show to New York City. Three years later, they announced their “Last Call” tour – their swan song before heading into a hiatus to break off and start other … Continue reading
Wednesday night, rock n’ roll fans of all ages came out for the third annual “Carnival of Madness” tour at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. Just before doors opened, the parking lot was filled with tailgaters, as the line to enter … Continue reading
UPDATE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, ISA New York and Boston have been cancelled. All tickets will be refunded through Ticketmaster and the respective concert venues. Donations can still be made to 4c The Power here. This year’s International Secret Agents … Continue reading
It’s been a crazy two weeks for Read Between the Grooves here in the City of Angels, and it got even crazier when Green Day announced a secret show, exclusively for fans at LA’s Echoplex on August 6th. Tickets for … Continue reading
It’s one thing to watch Good Morning America’s amazing concerts on TV – but it’s a whole ‘nother experience to be there yourself. Running on four hours of sleep, sitting in the tunnel traffic getting into NYC, and running through … Continue reading