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Mon, September 16, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm CDT )

Scarlxrd (pronounced "scarlord"), is an English rapper. He is known for his experimental musical style combining elements of trap music and heavy metal. Formerly a YouTube personality, Scarlxrd began a career in music as the lead vocalist for nu metal band Myth City, before debuting as a rapper under his Scarlxrd moniker.


Upcoming Shows

Wed, September 18, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm CDT )
The Vibrators with Worm Suicide, Sorted Scoundrels
THE VIBRATORS: 40 Years of Pure Punk Mania

British punk rock band that formed in 1976.

Thu, September 19, 2019 (6:30pm - 8:30pm CDT )
Jinjer with The Browning, Death of a Dream, AAerial

JINJER is a Ukrainian band which plays a mixture of progressive metalcore and groove metal, with some inlays of funk, reggae and jazz, though on their second LP the band is shifting a bit to death metal of the European school Tatiana Shmailyuk - vocals Roman Ibramkhalilov - guitars Eugene Kostyuk - bass Vladislav Ulasevish - drums

Sun, September 22, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm CDT )
SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque
SUICIDEGIRLS: Blackheart Burlesque $25-60
Mon, September 23, 2019 (6:00pm - 8:00pm CDT )
Eluveitie, Korpiklaani with Gone In April, Hinayana
ELUVEITIE & KORPIKLAANI: Wanderers Towards Rebirth Tour

Eluveitie is a Swiss death metal band. Eluveitie combine traditional Celtic folk music with melodic death metal, influenced by the classic Gothenburg sound. The band was formed by mastermind Chrigel Glanzmann in Winter 2002/2003. Eluveitie means "The Helvetian" in Gaulish and it is pronounced as "El-Vey-Ti". Line-up: Chrigel Glanzmann - Vocals, Mandola & Mandolin, Tin & Low Whistles, Bagpipes, Bodhràn Michalina Malisz -Session Hurdygurdy Jonas Wolf - Guitars Rafael Salzmann - Guitars Matteo Sisti - Tin & Low Whistles, Bagpipe, Mandola Kay Brem - Bass Nicole Anspenger- Fiddle Fabienne Erni - Vocals, Harp, Mandola Alain Ackermann - Drums Former Members: Dario Hofstetter - Drums (2002-2004) Mättu Ackermann - Fiddle (2002-2003) Dani Fürer - Guitars (lead) (2002-2004) Yves Tribelhorn - Guitars (rhythm) (2002-2004) Philipp Reinmann - Irish bouzouki (2002-2003) Gian Albertin - Vocals, Bass, Mouth harp, Effects (2002-2004) Dide Marfurt - Bagpipes, Hurdy gurdy, Bouzouki, Bodhrán (2003-2004) Beni Häfeli - Drums (2003-2004) Meri Tadić - Fiddle, Vocals (female) (2003-2013) Sevan Kirder - Irish flute, Tin whistle, Bagpipes, Vocals (backing) (2003-2008) Rafi Kirder - Bass, Vocals (backing) (2004-2008) Merlin Sutter - Drums (2004-2016) Sime Koch - Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2004-2012) Ivo Henzi - Guitars (rhythm) (2004-2016) Severin "Sevi" Binder - Vocals, Bagpipes, Flute, Whistles (2004-2006) Sarah Wauquiez - Hurdy gurdy, Bass-shalm, Crummhorn, Zugerörgeli, Vocals (female) (2005-2006) Linda Suter - Fiddle, Vocals (female) (2006) Anna Murphy - Hurdy gurdy, Flute, Vocals (female) (2006-2016) Päde Kistler - Bagpipes, Whistles (2008-2014)

Thu, September 26, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm CDT )
Hoodie Allen with Jake Miller
Hoodie Allen - Whatever USA Tour - Austin

American singer and rapper, born 19 August 1988.

$17.00 - $22.00
Fri, October 4, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm CDT )

For Fans Of: Day of Fire, Pillar Taproot, Third Day, Breaking Benjamin, Falling Up, Kids in the Way, Alter Bridge, Chevelle, Linkin Park Over the last decade, RED has emerged as a career artist. Their honesty and transparency about who they are as human beings, what motivates and inspires them, and what they aim to accomplish with each step forward has established an army of loyal fans. The band's success emerged through a pure emotional connection with their audience, the power of their live performances, and most importantly, the passionate, honest dedication of band members Michael Barnes, Anthony Armstrong, and Randy Armstrong. Michael offers, "There is a certain ache in the melody and passion of our music. I feel it can reach emotionally into the soul of the listener and open up places in their heart they didn't know existed. We wear our emotions on our sleeves, and are OK with who we are and telling others about the struggles we are facing." Anthony adds, "We deliver our music and message aggressively using themes of theatricality and delving into the darkest parts of our lives in order to bring out the good. We are relentless and will stop at nothing to deliver great music that will inspire and bring the best we've got in our performances. The band's new album of Beauty and Rage is "about suffering and finding the beauty in that," says vocalist Michael. "No one in this world likes to suffer, myself included, but we only become the strong individuals we are today from the trials and hardships we faced in the past. I remember meeting a teenager on Winter Jam 2013 who had terminal cancer. He wanted to meet us because we were his favorite band. In a sense, you might consider this a tragedy since his life was going to be taken away from him at such an early age. What I saw was beauty in the way that he handled his illness. The teen was full of hope and spirit, and even in his last days he was encouraging others and wanting to give of himself to make a difference in this world. To me that is a testament of the Beauty that can be found in the Rage of life." To Randy, "RED has always tried to challenge listeners to be real with themselves and confront their struggles head on." Anthony adds, "Our struggles as humans are the catalyst for us to experience both the beauty of life and the difficult times that bring rage and confusion. One can't exist without the other. It's okay for us to descend into the darkest parts of our souls to recognize and learn how to draw the beauty out of difficulty and character flaw." The band's new repertoire captures this theme with intensity. The track "Part That's Holding On" represents the pain in losing a loved one or a relationship abandoned, exploring the feelings of grief alongside the beauty of memories that were shared, and holding on to that ideal utopia that was. "Darkest Part" dives into the emotions driven by a person needing salvation from the suffering of a deep seeded struggle within and the feelings of shame, guilt and rejection one might face when opening up to another individual. Anthony offers, "It's simply about being vulnerable. When you trust someone and show the demons you have hidden away in your life, there is a fear and likelihood of scaring someone away." The song "Yours Again" exudes with emotion as Michael sings of reconciling again with what he once loved but lost, "Open up my eyes… I'm yours again." In the song "Gravity Lies" Michael offers, "This is a song of self discovery in the 'truth' that you always believed about yourself due to the opinions voiced by others, yet that 'truth' does not really speak into who you are in God." For Randy, "Darkest Part," "Shadow and Soul" and "Part that's Holding On" most represent the realization of these recordings. "They are the most truthful dives into the human spirit we have ever attempted. As a band we have never been about pulling punches and these three songs are a punch in the throat. In the end we all have to find a way to hold on to what is right and what delivers the best version of ourselves." Amongst the personal favorites for the band members, Michael points to "Shadow and Soul" which he offers was "the most challenging and satisfying song on the record. The ache and yearning in this song wrecks me every time." For Randy, "'Part That's Holding On' is a song that moves me just a little more than the others because it reminds me to hold on to that strength inside that is what keeps me from falling into darkness." As for his brother Anthony, "There isn't a single track on this record that isn't my favorite. They are all sacred to me in what they stand for." There is a brotherhood – literally and figuratively – that has kept the band together for the past decade. Each individual contributes to the collective, broader vision of RED. Randy reflects, "We have been friends for 27 years and this is what we have always wanted to do. When we were kids we shared the same favorite bands. They moved us, they challenged us, and ultimately encouraged us to make change. That is our goal as a band. Music is for everyone." For Anthony, "We've been together for so long. Of course, sharing this experience in music with your twin brother is pretty incredible. We push each other and it's a juggernaut when it comes to being passionate about every aspect of our career as artists." Michael offers a reveal of the greater concept at play thematically for of Beauty and Rage, sharing, "This record is very introspective, more than the last two albums, and it dives back into the days of our second album Innocence & Instinct. The concept for of Beauty and Rage is the dichotomy of good and evil, and finding Beauty out of things that we suffer within our lives. The visuals in the graphic novel and music video have these plague-masked creatures which represent the darkest evil that is inside of us trying to take us over." Randy elaborates, "When you are trying to reach people you don't do it with a match, you do it with the FIRE. With the visuals we came up with early this past year, we wanted to find a creative way to put the listener in a maze. The maze is this forest we found in Poland called 'The Crimson Forest.' The trees are black and the leaves turn red in the fall and drop to the ground leaving a blanket of red. It's such a beautiful, serene world that anyone could see the appeal. We draw in the listeners with these beautiful moments all over the album in the midst of the rage that represents the things that can and always go wrong in life, then we throw in some monsters (whom actually are ourselves) and they are chasing us constantly. The chase is the battle we all fight against ourselves." As RED looks forward, Michael shares, "2015 will be a building year for us. I am feeling very confident in the music and hope the emotions in the songs will be realized and connect well with our audience and new listeners. My hopes for beyond would be that we would be able to show this record, in live set design, to its full capacity. We would love to maximize the world that we have created between the music, graphic novel, and bring it to the live stage. We want to put on a show that is unexpected and people will be talking about for years to come." Randy offers, "My hopes for 2015 and beyond are just to continue to make music that people will appreciate their whole life – music we can always be proud of because we were real."

Fri, October 18, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm CDT )
Enforcer, Warbringer with Knights Of Darkness, Metalriser, Spiral Eye

Heavy Metal band based in Stockholm, Sweden 2004.

Wed, November 6, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm CST )
Wizard Fest
Wizard Fest

Calling all witches, wizards, and muggles alike - the Ministry of Magic cordially invites you to attend Hogwarts for an evening fit for Dumbledore. ‘Wizardfest’, a “Harry Potter” themed pop-up party, will take place in select cities beginning October 12 through November 22. ‘Wizardfest’ will feature “Harry Potter” themed trivia and a live DJ, playing all of your favorites from the movies, as well as a variety of hits from the 90s and 00s, all while transforming your favorite venue into Hogwarts for one night only. Your very own “Leaky Cauldron”’ will offer specially crafted “Harry Potter” themed drinks, such as “Butterbeer” and “Polyjuice Potion” for those 21 and over, so get ready to empty your Gringotts accounts. Attendees are encouraged to take a trip to Diagon Alley to pick up their favorite robes, broomsticks, and wands and come in their best dressed Harry Potter attire and participate in an epic costume contest that rivals the Tri-Wizard Cup. All witches, wizards, and even muggles can throw their name into the Goblet of Fire to enter the Grand Prize Sweepstakes, where the winner will be awarded a trip for two to London. Established in 2018 by Supreme Entertainment, Pop Up Party Tours has quickly become the leading producer of touring theme parties in the United States. In addition to ‘Wizardfest’, Pop Up Party Tours also hosts Scrantonicity’, an “Office”-themed party tour. For more information on ‘Wizardfest’ and Pop Up Party Tours, please visit: www.popuppartytours.com.

$16.00 - $76.00
Wed, December 4, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm CST )
D.R.I. with Wartorn, Worm Suicide, Shadow Spectrum

The DIRTY ROTTEN IMBECILES' history begins on May 2, 1982 around 4:00pm, in the city of Houston, TX. It was on this day that the musically aggressive quartet we now know as D.R.I. made their first Dirty Rotten noise and called it a song. Back then it was Spike Cassidy (guitar), Kurt Brecht (vocals), Eric Brecht (drums), and Dennis Johnson (bass). The group started practicing at Kurt and Eric's parents home, where the brothers lived amongst the "Madman" (their father). They practiced a few nights a week around 5:00pm, just as the "Madman" would be on his way home from a hard day at work. He would open his front door only to be blasted with 120db of the band's horrendous attempt to make music. The "Madman" would then pound on their jam room door until he was let in so that in turn, he could throw them out of his house calling them such things as "... you bunch of dirty rotten imbeciles". This is how D.R.I. got their name. Two months later, on July 2, 1982, the band played their first show at Joe Star's OMNI, in Houston. On November 6th & 7th of 1982 D.R.I. recorded their first release, the Dirty Rotten EP, stuffing 22 songs into 18 minutes on a 7" EP that played at 33 rpm's. Only 1000 copies of this EP version were pressed, making it now a very rare collector's item. Demand caused this EP to be pressed into a 12" LP version, released in 1983, appropriately called Dirty Rotten LP. Leaving the underground music scene thriving for more, Dirty Rotten LP became a major success and also an inspiration for many new bands at the time. Soon after, D.R.I. was labeled the fastest band in the world.

Sat, December 7, 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm CST )
Nile with Terrorizer, Cerebral Desecration, Killing Ritual

Founded by Karl Sanders (guitars, vocals), Chief Spires (bass, vocals) and Pete Hammoura (drums) in 1993, NILE released their first EP Festivals Of Atonement (1995) through their own label, Anubis Records. The band’s second EP Ramses Bringer Of War was released via Visceral Productions. Dallas Toler­Wade (guitars) joined the band in time to support the release of their first album Amongst The Catacombs Of Nephren­Ka (1996), with NILE touring the US as support of the famous MORBID ANGEL, and Europe as support for VADER and SIX FEET UNDER. The debut was followed up by two other blasting records ­ Black Seeds Of Vengeance (2000) and In Their Darkened Shrines (2002). Drummer George Kollias joined the band in 2004, becoming the 4th legendary drummer to occupy the drum throne of NILE. Several long months of intense songwriting and pre­production by the band culminated in the release of their paramount album Annihilation of The Wicked (2005). NILE’s continuing success led the band to signing with Nuclear Blast; releasing NILE’s NB label debut finally in 2007, called Ithyphallic. A two month long blitzkrieg tour as support on Ozzfest in the USA brought the band to the attention of a much wider, diverse audience; gaining new NILE fans across a wide demographic and expanding the band into new touring opportunities worldwide. On August 28th unleashed their eighth bone­crushing masterpiece to the masses now ­ What Should Not Be Unearthed.via Nuclear Blast Records. In February 2017, the band was gearing up for their U.S. trek with label mates OVERKILL when they announced the departure of long time guitarist Dallas Toler­Wade. Taking the helm as the new guitarist was South Carolina’s extreme metal guitar shredder Brian Kingsland (ENTHEAN). No stranger to the scene, Brian was tapped to audition by Brad, who had frequented several of ENTHEAN’s show. NILE will guide you down into the depths of their ominous catacombs to torture your souls with the darkest tunes. The band is tentatively scheduled to release its next offering in 2019.