Real Friends braved inclement weather and a tornado watch to bring pop punk to Downtown Orlando with their friends in Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside, and nothing,nowhere.
Andrew McMahon is leading his Zombies in America tour from coast to coast in the USA, featuring incredible storytelling and songwriting from himself and openers Atlas Genius and Night Riots.
The tour is in support of McMahon’s latest solo album, Zombies on Broadway, which dropped back in February. Longtime fans can count on seeing some classics from Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate on the setlist.
Count on Australian band Atlas Genius to make you dance with their cover of Dead or Alive’s “You Spin Me Round” and fan-favorite originals like “Molecules.”
Orlando, Florida got to see the zombies in all their glory on April 22nd.
Ska legends Reel Big Fish and political punk rockers Anti-Flag have teamed up for a tour to celebrate the 2oth anniversary of their albums Turn the Radio Off and Die for the Government. They brought Tampa back to ’96 earlier this week, accompanied by Ballyhoo! and Direct Hit.
Sumerian Records is celebrating its 10th birthday with a tour that unites label all-stars Asking Alexandria, Born of Osiris, I See Stars, After The Burial, and Upon A Burning Body.
The tour rolled through Tampa, Florida the day before Thanksgiving, ushering in Turkey Day as loudly as possible.
Elle King baptized downtown St. Petersburg, Florida with her Ministry Tour last Saturday. Joined by Paul Cauthen, she performed songs from her debut album Love Stuff and entertained the crowd with stories about breakups, mean girls, and demons (yes, actual demons). The ordained minister even performed a vow renewal onstage.
Formerly part of the band Sons and Fathers, Cauthen released his first solo album only a month ago. With a voice that’s a dead ringer for Johnny Cash, he has already been praised by Rolling Stone as a promising new voice in country music.
Check out a gallery of the dynamic duo’s performances under the cut.
The Fest is not just a concert, The Fest is a community.
When I first came to Gainesville, Florida five years ago for school, I never imagined this little town could play host to the biggest family reunion the world has ever seen. Every year, more than 350 bands and thousands of fans descend on the city for three PBR fueled days of music, friendship, comedy, and even wrestling.
Fest is a place where the person next to you in the pit automatically becomes your best friend. It’s a place where you can discover your new favorite band and have a beer with them right after their set. I’ve never felt more comfortable and connected to those around me at a show than I do when I step into a Fest venue, and it’s an experience I recommend to any wayward music fan looking for a place to belong.
I had the absolute pleasure of being part of the team documenting this year’s Fest-ivities and was able to work alongside bands and fans who had come from all over the world to take part. Here are just a few of my favorite moments from the best 3 days of the year.
If you’re just not ready to wake up and smell the freshly sharpened pencils of a new school year, there’s one more way to hold onto the summer. Atlanta’s Music Midtown may be one of the final fests of the season, but it boasts a lineup so incredible you’re sure to forget all about decorating your dorm room.
If seeing Joe Jonas’ infectiously catchy band DNCE on the same stage as emo pop heroes Twenty One Pilots isn’t enough to knock you out of your back to school blues, the lure of catching the ever elusive The Killers should seal the deal. The festival will also host Euterpe faves, Kesha, Alabama Shakes, Chvrches, and The Coathangers.
We hope to rock out with all of you under the shadow of the Atlanta skyline next month! For more information, visit musicmidtown.com.