Category: Shows

ON SALE NOW : 8123 FEST – A Curated Festival By A Band Called The Maine

 

IT. IS. BACK. AND BIGGER THAN BEFORE.

JOIN US ON JANUARY 18TH, 19TH, AND 20TH 2019.

8123 Fest is back for the second time!!! The last festival was held on the 10 year anniversary of when The Maine formed as a band. This time, we are celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the release of Can’t Stop Won’t Stop. The Maine will be performing their debut album in full for the first and last time along with additional songs from their entire catalog. The first 8123 Fest was an experience we will never forget, so this time around we are going to improve on the many things we learned while enhancing the things we loved. We are curating a bigger lineup featuring some of your favorite bands that The Maine has toured with over the years! Consider this your formal invitation to the desert of Arizona for the second 8123 Fest!!!

FRIDAY JANUARY 18TH 2019
The Maine performing live at The Van Buren in Downtown Phoenix, AZ. The band will be performing a set curated by you! More info regarding song voting will be posted as we approach the show date.

SATURDAY JANUARY 19TH 2019
The official 8123 Festival hosted in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona! The Maine will be performing Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop in it’s entirety alongside your favorite songs from their entire catalog!

Make America Emo Again Afterparty hosted at The Van Buren in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona.

SUNDAY JANUARY 20TH 2019
Official meet and greet with all members of The Maine.

Click here for more information and tickets!

THE GET UP KIDS “Better This Way” Music Video Out Now – Coming June 18 to Crescent Ballroom

Fader premiered THE GET UP KIDS‘ new music video this week for their song “Better This Way” from their new Kicker EP out June 8 on Polyvinyl.

Watch the video below, and catch them live on June 18th at Crescent Ballroom with THE CASKET LOTTERY!

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“The Get Up Kids are historically good at making EPs. The beloved Kansas rock band, whose twangy shout-a-longs first gained steam in the late ’90s, during the waning years of emo’s Midwest-centric second wave, have put out three to date. The Red Letter Day EP, released as a 10-inch just a few months before Something To Write Home About took the group from underground stars to the forefront of an entire movement, might be one of my all-time favorite examples of the format. If you’ve ever listened to “Mass Pike” on the Mass Pike, you’ll understand what I’m getting at.

And now, in 2018, they’ve got another one. Kicker arrives June 8, seven years since their last official release as a band. The four-song project is also their first for Polyvinyl, and it finds the band — particularly co-songwriters Matt Pyror and Jim Suptic — setting new, grown-up concerns about marriage and family life to the kind of upbeat and melodically assured guitar music that they’ve always been known for.” – FADER