KID CUDI Special Guests TBA Fillmore Auditorium November 30, 2015 Showtime 8:00 pm / Doors 7:00 pm If you’re hoping to hear Kid Cudi’s new album Speedin’ Bullet To Heaven before the end of 2016 — you’re in luck. After months of teasing, Cudder finally announced that his next project will arrive on December 4. That’s three full weeks before Christmas, so you can get the holiday celebrations started early and see him live on November 30. This summer he gave us an idea of what to expect on the project, which will be a double disc, with no features. “There are no synths or electronic sounds on the album. It consists of all guitar and bass played by myself,” he tweeted. “This album is 100% the purest form of my artistic self. I’ve ripped my heart out and carved it into tiny pieces of musical madness.” TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW at the Fillmore Auditorium Box Office, online at ticketmaster.com or call 800 – 745 – 3000. Tickets are $49.50 GA ADV and $55.00 GA DOS plus applicable service charges. The Fillmore box office is open Monday - Friday from 12:00 Noon - 6:00pm & Saturdays from 10:00am - 2:00pm. On days of Fillmore shows, the box office is open from 12:00 Noon – 9:00pm. The box office accepts cash, MasterCard, Visa and American Express – No checks! Service charges may apply. THE FILLMORE AUDITORIUM IS LOCATED AT 1510 CLARKSON ST. AT COLFAX. THIS SHOW IS AGES 16+
Come join us every Monday night and help us turn the worst day of the week into the Best day of the week. All of our incredibly sexy staff will be serving you $100 Bottle Service! Come cut loose and let us show you how a Mandatory Monday night should be!
check it out NEGATIVE APPROACH - the original Detroit hardcore NIGHT BIRDS - Jersey's finest CHILD BITE - Detroit rippers on Housecore Records OUTSKIRTS - New Fast NYC punk with members of NYC Headhunters, Brain Slug, Death First and more Sunday, November 29th at the Acheron $15 21+ 8pm.
A live tribute to the Clash as part of our monthly Under Cover music series. Band: Jake Najor - Taurus Authority Daniel Crawford - Blackout Party Ben Zinn Andrew Mauldin Singers: Karlos Paez - B-Side Players Gary Shuffler - Ziggy Shuffledust & the Spiders from Mars Gary Hankins - Scarlet Symphony Jeremiah Zimmerman - The Silent Comedy Timothy Joseph - The Palace Ballroom Mike Turi - Wild Wild Wets Justen Berge - Dead Feather Moon Roger Molina - Creature and the Woods Toothless George Chris Squire - Battalion of Saints Ariel Levine - Dinosaur Ghost Bryan Gyselbrecht - Johnny Deadly Trio Birdy Bardot John Meeks Danny King - The Burning of Rome DJ Saul Q UNDER COVER IS >> Local musicians paying tribute to the artists who inspire them (once a month) at The Office Bar in North Park. Each month is a new & unique collaboration, with a contiuously changing roster of band members (*with the exception of a few repeat offenders). ... Previous Featured Artists 2014: Willie Nelson, David Bowie, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, The Police 2015: Bob Marley, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, The Smiths, The Ramones, Black Sabbath, The Cure, Radiohead & Misfits
A new addition to #FOT15! We are having a family photo night this year. Families love to take pictures in front of our trees and this year you can take pictures with out the large crowd. Family Photo night is $50 per family for up to 10 people. You can take as many pictures as you want from 5-9pm. You are welcome to bring your own photographer but they must have their own ticket which can be part of the 10 per family. They will not be able to set up additional lighting or impede the flow of traffic in any way. Every family attending Family Photo night will have their picture professionally taken by 4Ever Photography and Design. Upon exit, each family will received one FREE 8 x 10 print of that picture, courtesy of Meijer, with opportunities to order additional copies. We can't wait to see everyone's pictures at #FOT15 this year! Tickets on sale NOW through the Embassy Box Office 260-424-6287
Multi-platinum rock-n-roll phenomenon Buckcherry will be rocking our stage on November 30! With hits like "Lit Up" and "Crazy Bitch" this is a must-see show! Delaware based band Silence No More will be kicking off the show at 8 pm. Tickets will be available starting 10/23 and are $25. ticketfly.com This is an 18+ show!
Get tickets: ticketf.ly Drusky Entertainment Presents TERROR "The 25th Hour Tour" Code Orange, Take Offense, King Nine, Malfunction Mon, November 30, 2015 Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm The Altar Bar Pittsburgh, PA Tickets: $15.00 - $17.00 This event is all ages.
“Occupy’s greatest artist” (Rolling Stone) presents illustrations that chronicle the first fifteen years of our fractious twenty-first century with a new form of witness journalism. Drawing Blood will change the way you think about art, sex, politics and survival in our times. An acclaimed artist and journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and The Paris Review, and in her regular column in Vice (among many other venues), Crabapple has swiftly become one of the most provocative—and most-watched—voices at work today. Now, in a book that weaves together fresh, deeply moving language and dazzling, irreverent illustrations, this singular artist traces how the power of art, which gripped her from childhood, has given her a vehicle for understanding—perhaps even for changing—the world. “Art is hope against cynicism, creation against entropy,” she writes. “To make art is an act of both love and defiance.” Join us!
Miami Art Week launches with a 1920s themed Art Opening with popsurrealist artist, Lisa Diakova, sponsored by Bombay Sapphire. Music will include Jazz/Blues vocals by Haitian artist, Wendy Tercier, accompanied by acclaimed pianist and opera singer, Novell Allen. The French Horn Collective will close the night with an eclectic variety of Gypsy Jazz, Swing, and modern original French music. Open bar with cocktail menu is sponsored by Bombay Sapphire. A portion of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Biscayne Bay Kiwanis Club, to help further their work with youth in the community. We invite you to dress up in your sharpest 1920s garb, enjoy some fine art and sip on cocktails for a good cause. 1920s attire is not mandatory, but encouraged. A prize will be awarded for best costume! Tickets are limited. Must be 21 and over. eventbrite.com
TICKETS ON SALE - FRIDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 12 NOON! $10.00 UCSD $15.00 GA ucsdboxoffice.com Bio:: "It’s an L.A. album, we recorded in Berlin, about the Vineyard,” jokes lead singer/guiltarist Joe Keefe Like many bands around the world, the origin of Family of the Year began in a garage. But, their music is anything but garage rock. At times, the band often features acoustic strums, interwoven vocal harmonies, and textured melodies, a sound that made their 2012 song “Hero” into a critical and popular hit. Now with the new self-titled album, the troupe explores new territory with songs that are expansive power-packed anthems, tailor-made for summer music festivals and cross-country road trips. Formed in 2009 by brothers Sebastian and Joe Keefe in a rented out auto body shop in the sleepy Los Angeles enclave of Rosemead, they created their first songs with friends, keyboardist Christina Schroeter and guitarist James Buckey. The brothers grew up on Martha’s Vineyard, and first performed in bands around Boston, but they say Los Angeles is where their music took root. “Half the people who were in this band hadn’t been in a band before,” Joe says. “We were playing games at 3 in the morning, drinking cheap wine. It was like a clubhouse. And musically, we wanted to have no rules. We let go of all the people-pleasing music, and were making records for ourselves.” In 2011, the band self-released their debut album, Songbook. Then in 2012, their breakthrough album, Loma Vista was released on Nettwerk with renowned producer Wally Gagel at the helm. “He took us from a low-fi band to a hi-fi studio band,” Sebastian says. Their mix of indie pop flavors with Joe’s earnest lyrics landed the band a huge hit with the pensive, acoustic-guitar driven single, “Hero.” Their rapid critical and popular acclaim earned them performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Conan. Extensive national and international tours followed, where the group’s sound resonated in Europe...
Chuy, The Wolf Man: Documentary Screening in the presence of director Eva Aridjis Date: Monday, November 30th Time: 8pm Admission: $12 Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue 11215 Brooklyn NY Jesus 'Chuy' Aceves and a dozen living members of his extended family suffer from the very rare condition of congenital hypertrichosis, meaning they were born with excessive hair on their faces and bodies. Due to their appearance, they suffer from discrimination in all areas of their lives: the children are made fun of at school and abandoned by their 'non-hairy' parents, and the adults cannot find work unless they choose to exhibit themselves as freaks in circuses. This moving and visually arresting documentary is a portrait of Chuy and his family members. It examines their day-to-day lives and their struggle to find love, acceptance and employment. Eva Aridjis grew up in Mexico City and got her MFA in Film and TV from New York University. She is the director and producer of five feature-length films, including the narrative films "The Favor" and "The Blue Eyes" and the documentaries "Children of the Street", "Saint Death" and "Chuy, The Wolf Man." Her films have screened at festivals around the world including Sundance, Edinburgh and the LA Film Festival. She has also directed several short films and music videos and taught Screenwriting at NYU.
Date: Monday, November 30th Time: 6pm to 8pm Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue, 11215 Brooklyn NY Join the Members of the Tarot Society on the last Monday of every month for an evening of tarot reading , astrology, palmistry, and other divinatory mediums. Darcey Leonard and her team see fortune telling as a “psychic weather report,” offering the querent a new perspective of the present, and pragmatic advice for the future. Readers read for tips, each reader negotiates their own rates generally from $1 to $2 a minute. Darcey Leonard, Palmist, is and empath who has been studying hands for over 15 years. She combines learned palmistry, sharp intuition, and pragmatic advice for a unique reading that will give you deeper understanding of yourself as well as action steps for the future. She is the creative director and producer of The House of Screwball, and founder of Tarot Society. Arthur LB , Tarot Reader, has been studying the psychic arts his entire life and reading for clients since he was 12. In addition to tarot, he offers angel consultations to connect you with the advice your guiding angel has at this point on your path. Vanessa Cleary, Astrologer, A New Yorker of 21 years, she currently is located in Bushwick. Vanessa began to study astrology formally with the NCGR( National Council for Geocosmic Research) in early 2011. She passed 2 of their 4 levels of certification exams and has been practicing personal Natal Chart readings for over a year using Tropical Astrology. She is also adept at reading planetary return charts, progressions and current transits in any chart.
ORANGE Magazine presents its third 5-1-Tunes Fest at Empire Control Room! Come out to support these local artists and ORANGE's third year as an online publication. Tickets: orangemagazine.co $5 ADV/$8 DOS Line up: Hikes Summer Salt R.C. CAT Risky Motion Sofia Sanchez SPONSORED BY Hack Studios, BossBabes ATX, and B TRU ARTS
Reggae Rise Up Presents Collie Buddz - Blue Dreamz Tour at The Depot 11.30.15 Opening Support by New Born Slaves & TBD 21+ Event @ReggaeRiseUp @thedepotslc Upcoming events visit us at - ReggaeRiseUp.com
The Noise Presents Parkway Drive with Miss May I, Thy Art Is Murder and In Hearts Wake Get tickets: ticketf.ly This event is all ages Advance $22 | Day of Show $24 | Door $24 | Mezzanine (21+) $37 There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office. No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!
Basel/Art Week Program *Monday Nov. 30th 50% Off Industry Night / Jellyfish Bros Present: Bands DJ Cap'n Ron *Tuesday Dec. 1st Mother's Ruin NYC Bartender Takeover & Dr. Wayne's Piano Singalong *Wed Dec. 2nd 3 Fresh Crews: Fresh Meat Miami Music Club Zeitgeist *Th. Dec. 3rd Zoo Music All Stars play the hits of the: Dum Dum Girls, Haunted Hearts, Crocodiles, & Flowers of Evil DJs Nick Gazin, Brandon Welchez and Kristin Welchez $5 *Fri. Dec 4th Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Youth Code, Interval, Möthersky DJs Mikey, Benton, Nick Gazin and more... $5 *Sat. Dec. 5th Gramps All Stars No Cover Mr. Brown, Giorgio Ardito, Mikey Ramirez, Action Pat, and more tba Other events: Thursday, Dec. 3rd. Lucas Brunelle bicycle film 8:30pm on the patio Sunday, Dec 6th Miami Vice Episode Carribean party ALL THIS BROUGHT TO YOU BY GRAMPS, RADIO-ACTIVE RECORDS, Famouse Grouse, Cutty Sark, Powered by #BecksAccess and more
Doors at 7:00pm Front Room $12 Advance/$14 Day of Show All ages show. Check entry requirements at theslowdown.com Following the release of their acclaimed new album DEATH MAGIC, a run of sold out Los Angeles residency shows and the recent video for "STONEFIST," HEALTH are back to announce a full North American tour, the DEATH MAGIC :: 2015 TOUR. The dates will see them trek North American for a full month starting in early November, following their appearance at Pitchfork Festival Paris at the close of October. Its announcement comes in conjunction with the release of their appearance on the Song Exploder podcast, where they sat down and discussed the making of DEATH MAGIC's "STONEFIST." For music and more info visit theslowdown.com