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Live Nation is now (through July 7 at 10pm) running a "4TH OF JULY TICKET BLOWOUT!" for shows at PNC Bank Arts Center in NJ and Jones Beach in Long Island, a really good deal actually. For PNC it's 2 RESERVED TICKETS OR 4 LAWN TICKETS for $40 - NO SERVICE FEES. For Jones Beach it's 2 RESERVED TICKETS OR 4 MEZZANINE TICKETS or $40 - NO SERVICE FEES. Bands you could potentially see using this deal include Descendents, Joey Bada$$, A$AP Rocky, Mastodon, Jane's Addiction.... 311, the Jonas Brothers, 3 Doors Down, and all the fun listed below...

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by Andrew Sacher

Descendents at Coachella 2013 Weekend 1 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
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Good news and bad news. Good news first: melodic punk legends Descendents just wrapped up their second weekend at Coachella 2013 (pictures of them from weekend 1 are HERE), and have since announced that they'll be playing more dates for this year, including one in the NYC-area. The bad news? The dates are support slots for -- wait for it... Sublime with Rome. And you thought The Hives and Pink was going to be the weirdest tour matchup this year.

The Sublime with Rome/Descendents dates hit the NYC-area on July 14 at Nikon Theater at Jones Beach and Pennywise is on the bill too. Tickets for that show go on sale Thursday, May 2 at 11 AM with Live Nation/LN Mobile App presales starting Tuesday (4/23) at 11 AM, and a Ticketmaster presale starting Monday, 4/29 at 10 AM.

All dates are listed, along with some videos of Descendents at Coachella, below...

Continue reading "Descendents played Coachella (twice), announce dates with... Sublime With Rome??!?"

Field Report at BV SXSW 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield) Field Report

Tonight (7/17) is the first show for new Brooklyn venue Williamsburg Park featuring Counting Crows, We Are Augustines, Field Report, and Kasey Anderson & the Honkies. Tickets for tonight's show are still available. Maybe this isn't the most exciting start for the venue, but there are a lot of cool shows coming up, including Refused with Off! on Wednesday (7/18), a big outdoor edition of Eugene Mirman's "Pretty Good Friends" with "special guests" and OK GO on Thursday (7/19), Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Antibalas on August 18 (FREE), Bob Mould playing Sugar's first two albums on September 7 (FREE), David Byrne & St. Vincent on September 29, Animal Collective on October 5 and more. All upcoming Williamsburg Park shows are listed below.

If you're a fan of Field Report (aka former Justin Vernon cohort Chris Porterfield) but would like to see him in a more intimate setting, he's also playing an early show at Mercury Lounge on Saturday (7/21). Tickets are still available and we're also giving away a pair. Details on how to enter are below.

Continue reading "Williamsburg Park opens tonight (check out the full schedule) ++++ win tickets to see Field Report at Mercury Lounge"

Pretty Good Friends @ Williamsburg Waterfront 2011 (more by David Andrako)
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New Brooklyn outdoor venue Williamsburg Park (located at 50 Kent), which formally announced itself along with news that Refused were playing there, and then today announced a My Morning Jacket show, also have three other shows on the schedule, and they are all listed below...

Continue reading "Williamsburg Park announces more shows (5 total, 1 is free) "

Michael Hutchence

INXS, complete with the guy who won his way into the band on vocals, are touring this summer and playing Wellmont Theater on August 3 (on sale now) and Beacon Theatre on August 4 (Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM).

In related news, Journey's ongoing tour brings them to Jones Beach this summer and "Sublime With Rome" are touring with 311 and playing the same Long Island venue.

In happier news, Joey Belladonna will in fact be back fronting Anthrax when they take the Yankee Stadium stage in September.

What's the most unfortunate example of a band replacing their lead singer instead of just breaking up?