Hatebreed bring heavy metal back to Upstate Concert Hall

27001809734_49b05b9640_oMetal fans of all ages gathered to see Hatebreed perform for what frontman Jamey Jasta recalls as their 21st year performing live.

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A Day to Remember sells out The National with help from Parkway Drive and State Champs

 

1B8A0448On Sunday night A Day to Remember (ADTR), along with stellar opening acts Parkway drive and State Champs, played a sold out show at The National in Richmond, a space with a well-known reputation for being one of the most enjoyable music venues in the state of Virginia. The interior of The National provides patrons with a satisfying combination of classical theater design with a modern edge, the perfect eclectic environment for one of rock’s biggest acts to take the stage. The energy and anticipation flowing throughout the space was apparent from the moment one arrived at the venue and viewed the sea of fans, many decked out in band shirts and other merchandise, forming a massive line that wrapped around the much of the venue.  The second that the doors opened, fans flooded into the venue and crowed eagerly around the stage on the first floor and trickled upstairs into the balcony seating.

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LIGHTS Sells Out the Marlin Room at Webster Hall

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Warner Bros recording artist LIGHTS brought her Midnight Machines Acoustic Tour to NYC on May 4th for what promised to be a great night for all in attendance. LIGHTS brought out LoLo with her as tour support, which would prove to be a wonderful choice as the two singers both have outstanding command of the stage with just their vocals and personalities. These two talented women sold out the Marlin Room at Webster Hall to add to a string of sold out shows.

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