Every summer in Kansas City, MO you can always count on local radio station Mix 93.3 to put on their annual Red, White and Boom concert. This year it was packed with both new and familiar faces. Fortunately, part of this year’s show was free, letting those of all ages have a little fun out in the sun.
MAX was one of the featured artists at the free show and then he went on to perform at the main stage show later in the evening. Though the heat was almost unbearable, MAX brought an untouchable energy to the stage where he performed his hits ‘Gibberish’ and ‘Lights Down Low’. He also made sure to get the crowd involved in his upbeat song ‘Basement Party’ and everyone seemed to be having a good time. MAX is on another level and so is his music. If you are searching for new music to listen to, I can’t recommend his album Hell’s Kitchen Angel enough.
Find him on Twitter and Instagram at @maxgschneider.
Warped Tour is undoubtedly the highlight of every alternative music fan’s summer. No two dates are ever the same, so you’re never quite sure what you’re going to encounter when you set foot on festival grounds. Orlando’s stop happened to include a summer storm and a surprise set by Central Florida’s own Wage War.
This year, bands like Blessthefall, Neck Deep, Silverstein, and War on Women grace the tour’s six stages. The tour will continue through the first week of August, so make sure you have your tickets!
Here’s a peek into our very first Warped:
LIVE: The Devil Wears Prada in Vienna at Chelsea with support: Cannonball Ride!
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.
LIVE: Alternative band, American Authors, hit the stage for the first time in Vienna, at Flex on the 13th of May. Here are some photos of the show!
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.