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LA electronic duo Ultra Violent Rays Tour + Giveaways

LA electronic duo Ultra Violent Rays Tour + Giveaways

Ultra Violent Rays are a duo from LA making music in the spirit of darkwave and electrogoth. The dark and dreamy duo of Cooper Gillespie (vocals and bass) and Greg...

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Giveaways for Special Shows at the Beautiful Storm King Arts Center

Giveaways for Special Shows at the Beautiful Storm King Arts Center

The Storm King Arts Center in scenic New Windsor, about an hour north of New York City, has announced a fantastic summer concert series. The center is one of the...

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San Francisco’s Panic is Perfect on a Busy Summer Tour

San Francisco’s Panic is Perfect on a Busy Summer Tour

The indie-pop group Panic is Perfect embarks on a packed tour schedule this summer, playing shows around the country. Their sound has gained fans through its syncopated...

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Sol Cat Tour in Anticipation for New Album

Sol Cat Tour in Anticipation for New Album

Nashville natives, Sol Cat, are planning on releasing a new EP and their second album in 2015.  Their first album and EP were released in 2013 and this will be...

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British all-girl rock group PINS on tour

British all-girl rock group PINS on tour

Hailing from Manchester, the four-piece PINS received acclaim for their debut album “Girls like Us” in 2013, and is now touring in support of their brand...

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III Points Festival 2015 Lineup Announced

III Points Festival 2015 Lineup Announced

III Points Festival is back for its 3rd year in Wynwood, Miami. The Music, Art & Tech festival will be held this fall from October 9-11. Lineup below!

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Holy Ghost! 2015 Tour Dates Announced

Holy Ghost! 2015 Tour Dates Announced

Brooklyn based synthpop duo, Holy Ghost!, released the first round of their 2015 tour dates.  The tour kicks off July 8th and will include 10 shows across the...

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Local H tours in support of new album “Hey, Killer”

Local H tours in support of new album “Hey, Killer”

Legendary Illinois rock group Local H recently released their first album in 3 years, titled “Hey, Killer” on G&P Records. Contrary to their usual...

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The Philadelphia Fillmore (Live Nation) Unveils Opening Line-Up with Hall & Oates as the First Headliner!

The Philadelphia Fillmore (Live Nation) Unveils Opening Line-Up with Hall & Oates as the First Headliner!

Philly’s own Hall & Oates will be the first band to grace the stage of the new Philly Fillmore on opening night, October 1st. The newest Fillmore will be located...

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Archive for: The Fillmore In San Francisco

James Morrison at The Fillmore and Tour Dates 2012

UK star, James Morrison, is making the big jump across the Atlantic for his first US headlining tour. His platinum album, The Awakening,  has topped…   MORE »
 
 

Neon Indian at The Fillmore [Photo Review]

Following their 102º Coachella performance last Friday, Neon Indian made a stop Tuesday night at The Fillmore in San Francisco. Playing to a packed house,…   MORE »
 
 

Kasabian and Hacienda at The Fillmore [Photo Review]

Little known band and psychedelic rockers Hacienda opened for Kasabian at The Fillmore this past Monday night marking the end of their slot of their sex…   MORE »
April 20, 2012 By
 
 

Wild Flag at The Fillmore [Photo Review]

The Fillmore is quickly becoming my favorite venue in SF for one simple reason: the lights. As a photographer, really a visual person in general,…   MORE »
April 20, 2012 By
 
 

Band of Skulls and We Are Augustines at The Fillmore [Photo Review]

The Band of Skulls and We Are Augustines took to The Fillmore San Francisco last Friday. We Are Augustines’ acclaimed debut release, Rise Ye Sunken…   MORE »
April 16, 2012 By
 
 

M. Ward at The Fillmore for Fauxchella [Photo Review]

On his way to Coachella while promoting his new album, A Wasteland Compilation, M. Ward played last night at San Francisco’s legendary venue, The Fillmore.…   MORE »
April 12, 2012 By
 
 

Train Keeps Going, and Going, and Going

What could you expect from San Francisco’s biggest (and most criticized) band? Certainly not that they’d play one local venue, after another, and then another.…   MORE »
April 10, 2012 By
 
 

The Kooks and YAWN [Photo Review]

This past Tuesday, The Kooks played their final stop on their North American tour, and boy, did they go out with a bang. Things got…   MORE »