Sleeping With Sirens fills San Diego’s Observatory North Park

The CTRL+ALT+DLT Tour — including Sleeping With Sirens, Don Broco, Point North and Garzi — played a sold-out show at San Diego’s North Park Observatory. We saw Garzi earlier this year, when he supported Zero 9:36 on tour; he hit a few obstacles on that tour and didn’t have a band, but still performed with […]

Dillon Francis & Ghastly get Sacramento amped AF

I pray for the wicked on the weekend. Time to dance and listen to EDM. Oh, it’s Saturday night! At the Sacramento Rail Yards on Saturday night, Dillon Francis came to party and vibe with his fans. The energy of the night was wild, with over 5,000 fans celebrating like it’s 1999. Sacramento has been waiting […]

Three Days Grace riles up Hollywood with Wage War & Zero 9:36

Three Days Grace, Wage War and Zero 9:36 took over the Hollywood Palladium and started a “Riot”! This was a night of onstage collaborations and a tsunami of crowd-surfers. All shows are fun, but I especially love end-of-tour shows, because of the chaotic energy! This was the second-to-last show of this tour and all bands […]

Oliver Tree spreads salacious lies to St. Louis

Oliver Tree is a LIAR!!! The internet’s most famous gaslighter, Oliver Tree, made a stop in St. Louis for his Cowboys Don’t Cry Tour. Fans packed into The Factory to hear the 29-year-old singer play his set and regale them with lies. Opening the show were the bands Huddy and Jawny. Both acts hailing from […]

Rob Zombie ignites Irvine, California with Freaks on Parade

Rob Zombie finally brought his Freaks on Parade Tour to SoCal, featuring an all-star lineup of supporting acts — Powerman5000, Static-X and Mudvanye. Kicking off the first of the southern California dates in Irvine at the Five Point Amphitheatre, Rob Zombie started his set with a few seconds of “California Love” by 2Pac before leading […]

Dirty Heads & friends fill up Paso Robles venue

On August 6th, Vina Robles was blessed to host reggae hip hop group Dirty Heads with special guests The Elovators, Tribal Seeds and SOJA. The Elovators started off the evening with their authentic and upbeat beachy-style rock reggae music. They were great at making the audience sing and dance along! Next up was Tribal Seeds, […]

Tones and I invigorates The Wiltern, Los Angeles

Australian pop sensations Tones and I, along with Sam Fischer, took fans for a night ‘down under’ at the famous Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles on August 10th, 2022. The beautiful 1930s art deco theater was packed with an all-ages crowd. Even fellow Aussie, insane drummer turned indie-pop artist, G-Flip was in the mass of […]

A sweet summer night with Lake Street Dive in Missouri

It was a picture perfect summer night in suburbia just outside of St. Louis in Chesterfield, Missouri on August 14th when folk rock band Lake Street Dive continued their way across the country, making a brief stop on their 2022 summer tour at the gorgeous Chesterfield Amphitheater. With barely a cloud in the sky, Lake […]

Back-to-back nights of the Remade in Misery Tour in SoCal

Two nights of Misery in SoCal! We were able to go to not one, but two shows on Sirius XM’s Remade in Misery Tour, which included Memphis May Fire, From Ashes To New, Rain City Drive and Wolves At The Gate! We went to the shows at The Glass House in Pomona and then San Diego’s SOMA. The […]

Sharon Van Etten’s Wild Hearts Tour hits Berkeley’s Greek Theatre

“I went to The Wild Hearts Tour and all I got was emotional.” This is a phrase seen on tote bags throughout the night of July 30th at The Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA. The Wild Hearts Tour brings together indie folk rock artists Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, Julien Baker and Quinn Christopherson, alongside their […]

SOJA sells out Ineffable’s new Ventura Music Hall

Ventura Music Hall spoiled me on July 23rd. The bowling alley-turned-music venue (recently opened in March 2022) welcomed Kyle Smith, The Elovators and SOJA to the stage for an unforgettable night of reggae rock music (with a splash of punk rock thrown in). It has been about 14 years since SOJA graced a stage smaller […]

Coheed and Cambria celebrates 20 years & new album in St. Louis

Out celebrating both the 20th anniversary of the band, as well as the release of their latest installment in their vast universe of creative progressive rock, Coheed and Cambria stopped off in Missouri at the Saint Louis Music Park on Sunday, August 7th on the Window of the Waking Mind Tour. Joining them were punk […]

The Offspring brings real punk rock back to Paso Robles

It was such an amazing night, celebrating a sold-out show with punk legends The Offspring at Vina Robles Amphitheater (one of my favorite local venues). One thing that gets me stoked about going to concerts is knowing that, sometimes, I might not know who the opener is and I get to experience someone new. The […]

A evening of indie folk with Fleet Foxes in Minneapolis

On August 2nd, midwesterners braved the 90-degree heat and angry looking rain clouds to experience a night of indie folk in Minneapolis. Fleet Foxes and Uwade were set to take the stage at the Surly Brewing Festival Field, an awesome outdoor venue settled at the back of craft brewery property. Robin Pecknold (vocalist of Fleet […]