Dead Can Dance
Apr 19, 2021
The Avett Brothers with Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band
Jun 3, 2021
The Masked Singer
Jun 19, 2021
Aug 18, 2021
Oct 8, 2021
April 19, 2021
Renowned purveyors of transportive soundscapes, Dead Can Dance return to North America in 2021 to bring audiences an expansive deep dive into their incredible body of work on newest tour. A highly anticipated move, expect to hear some of the band's most captivating pieces from their self titled 1984 debut to 2018's Dionysus.
June 3, 2021
Modern folk-rock meets nostalgic rock pop when Grammy Award-nominated collective The Avett Brothers share the stage with living legend Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band for two special co-headline shows in the summer of 2021. Hailing from Concord, North Carolina, the Avett Brothers fuse bluegrass and traditional Americana with the freewheeling spirit of rock and roll. Their latest album Closer Than Together soars with blood harmonies and anthemic grooves.
June 19, 2021
In an age where televised singing competitions are a dime a dozen, The Masked Singer has swooped in and spun the format on its head, becoming a pop culture phenomenon in the process. Reminiscent of something out of a fever dream, well-known celebrities battle it out on stage with boisterous pop song covers, supported by backing dancers and a dazzling light show. The twist? The much-papped performers are covered head-to-toe in costume and a panel of judges has to guess their identity with the help of clues buried in each show. Once a singer is eliminated, they triumphantly unmask themselves at the end of the episode.
August 18, 2021
Portland's Decemberists are indie-folk's greatest ambassadors of unique songs, infused with history and fables backed by lush and inviting melodies. Since forming in 2001, they have become a mainstay on the scene, continually releasing their wonderfully whimsical records and putting on unforgettable live shows!
October 8, 2021
Hailed as kick starting the riot grrrl revolution of the 90s, Bikini Kill opened doors for woman to reclaim their space and air the grievances in true punk rock fashion with outspoken political opinions, radical feminist lyrics and a determination to be accepted as a band on their own terms, blazing a trail for women in music ever since their formation.
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