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Table Talk w/UPSAHL

Fierce, fiery, and let’s definitely not leave out…flawless in both beauty and talent. 

Yes, music kids and kweens, those are just a few of the choice words and phrases (along with buffets of others) we can and should come up with to describe the…everything served up by red-hot-and-rising twenty-year old singer and songwriter, UPSAHL

And guess what, Philly? She’s taking all of her everything and more and putting it on the coveted Johnny Brenda’s stage tonight alongside Max Frost (8 pm…get those tickets) as just one of the many amplified stops on her currently slaying national tour. 

But before Ms. UPSAHL takes a hold of your live music lives tonight, (and that she promises to do), she was kind enough to take a splendid seat at the Philly Mixtape tea table, where she broke fancy Lennox mugs about her music roots, artistic influences and her powerful new single, “Drugs,” which is indeed for anyone, anywhere who really, really indulges in…simply fabulous grooves. Really, who doesn’t?? 

Get lost in at all while saying hello to UPSAHL right about…now. 

Okay, starting off our little spill, toss a couple of mugs on the floor in telling everyone the tale of how you kicked off your music journey…Doing music was never really a choice that I made, it was more of a thing that I just had to do. Growing up, my dad was in punk bands, and I had a band room in my house, so making music really just became second nature for me. After I graduated high school, I wanted to start pursuing music full time, so I moved to Los Angeles and started writing every day. Now, I have an EP out, and I’m having such a rad time on tour! 

Which musicians inspired you on your music path and on a daily basis? Growing up, I listened to a lot alternative bands like Weezer and Spoon, and I think that edgier influence sneaks its way into each of my songs in some way. Currently, I’ve been listening to a lot of OutKast, Radiohead, and Mac Miller. 

Getting a little Oprah-ish for a sec, why do you personally feel that being authentically who you are in today’s crazy current industry climate means everything? How about some words of inspiration for all of those out there who are just getting started like yourself…. I think the most important part of doing anything and trying to be successful at it is that everything you are putting out there should be true to who you are, regardless of what anyone tells you. At the end of the day, if you put out music that you aren’t obsessed with, you’re not going to enjoy performing it, and the fans are going to see that. I also feel like there are already people in the music world that have a lane and are absolutely killing it at what they do, so why would you try to replicate that if it already exists? I think my biggest piece of advice to artists would be to trust that your individuality is what is going to make people care about your music, relate to your music, and want to become a part of your world. 
Switching gears to a little touring talk, what pre-show rituals do you do to get even more hype for those coveted stage spotlights? I like to be very distracted for the last hour leading up to the show, or else I’ll start overthinking everything and freaking out. I normally try to wait to get ready until the show is about to start. There’s something about the energy of just being in the moment and not really being able to think about it until you’re there that makes performing so much more special for me.  
How’s the tour been going so far? And what can your fans expect from your set tonight at Johnny Brenda’s?!! This tour has been so fun so far. I’ve always loved performing, but being on the road and getting to play in a different city every day is totally surreal. I can not wait for the show in Philly! I guess fans should just be ready to have a good time during my set. There are high energy moments where everyone should be dancing, there are intimate and acoustic moments, and there are moments where everyone should be screaming “Drugs” as loud as they can. It’s just one big emotional roller coaster that we all get to go through together- can’t wait!
Last but certainly not least…..your attention slash headphones grabbing new groove, “Drugs”….spill. I wrote “Drugs” in a session with Killa Graham and Sean Kennedy, two producer/writers that I work with a lot. We had just gotten to the session and were just talking about parties, and Sean jokingly said, “Yeah we used to only go to the parties if we knew their would be drugs there.” There was a moment where we all kind of looked at each other and were like, “Well, looks like we’re writing a song called ‘Drugs’ today.” The song happened really quickly from there, and I have never been more proud to be a part of a song before. 
And your 2019 and beyond ambition in one word or sassy little phrase would be…Eat more sushi.
There you have it, kids. For much more with Ms. UPSAUL, go see her with Max Frost at Johnny Brenda’s tonight at 8 pm!! Oh, and check this out…now. 
Are you a local or legendary entertainer who’s simply slaying it in your craft? Then don’t be shy and spill some music tea with Philly Mixtape right here and here! The world would love to hear from you!! 

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Philly Venue Spotlight/Johnny Brenda’s

A high quality and most thirst quenching local beer selection….a locally supported menu stacked and stocked with delicious items for all of the Philly foodies out there….a kick ass live and local entertainment venue….and just an all around phantastic place to cheers to the frickin’ weekend, the weekday, kick some game to that Tinder date, saying “thank u, next” to that ex, that job…..

…..hey, whatever gets you to raise that Johnny Brenda’s glass like our very own Ms. Pink. 

Yes, these are all of the lip smacking, vibe craving ingredients that make up Philly hot-spot Johnny Brenda‘s, and as anyone that truly celebrates that Philly, Philly life and style knows that this is simply the place..to be

Standing proud at the corner of Frankford and Girard Avenues in the southern tip of the city’s Fishtown section, Johnny Brenda’s was once a rough neighborhood tavern in a then very sketchy part of the city until William Reed and his business partner Paul Kimport came along a decade ago and took a gigantic risk…

…..and luckily for the entire city of Philadelphia and its impending travelers, that risk certainly paid off. 

Not only did Reed and Kimport transform the once dumpster fire of a dive bar into a shimmering gastro-pub with a 250 person live music venue just up those stairs for Philly entertainment lovers from all of walks of life, but the oh, so smart business gentlemen are purely responsible for the still ongoing boom of the city’s Fishtown section, which as we all know by know, it’s certainly the neighborhood..to be.

Okay, so, our journey through everything this booming Philly venue has to offer you (yes, you) begins with a legendary word coined by America’s favorite cartoon Dad, Mr. Homer Simpson…”Beer.”

Lots and lots and lots of beer. 

With a rotating draft list with 12 taps and 2 hand pumps for cask-conditioned drafts, Johnny Brenda‘s fine-tuned beer selection will not only want to make you sample..them all, but the venue also takes major pride in supporting a hearty handful of local breweries including Flying Fish, Free Will, Dock Street, Manayunk and many, many more.

There’s also tons of Jameson and other booze-y goodies to toast to our frickin’ glass raisin’ lives to, and you (yes, you again) can dive into all right here and begin planning your next Johnny Brenda’s happy hour/life gathering…now.

And fun Philly history fact….the red-hot venue was named after famed boxer John Imbrenda, whose ringside name was Johnny Brenda. 

Of course, we’re going to need a couple of carbs (okay, all of them) to perfectly compliment those beers and that booze (and may you drink responsibly always), which is why much like their support for the local breweries, JB’s shows buffets of food love for the local farmer by using fresh ingredients supplied from area farmers on their truly out-of-this-world menu, which you can feast upon right here.

Herloom tomato salad, fresh raw oysters, the world-famous JB’s Burger, mushroom croquettes…..plus Sunday brunch by the pool table!! Oh….yes to all..of…it…right this very mouth-watering second. 

And did someone say lots of music to dance and get funky to as we can properly burn off those carbs and live our truly best local entertainment lives?

Abso-f@@king-lutely. Let’s serve it out on the Johnny Brenda’s upstairs dance floor like this…whether you want to support tremendous local music artists (and may you always, always) shake your groove thing and/or money-maker, or twerk the weekday pain away, this City of Brotherly Love nightlife favorite has got you covered like a brown paper grocery bag on a fifth grade textbook the way Mom used to do it. 

Now, that’s some serious business. Know what else is serious business? The always eccentric vibes that are served up daily at Philly local and legendary entertainment venue, Johnny Brenda‘s…and you should absolutely grab your guys, girls, gays, your Mom…whoever and just go there….right now. 

Cheers!! 

Run or own a Philly venue that you would like thrust into the monthly spotlight? Join the Philly Mixtape family right here and here for contact info and let’s spill that venue tea! 

Johnny Brenda’s cover photo courtesy of Victory Brewing

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2018 Philly Spring Concert Guide

When it comes to U2, Chromeo, Camila Cabello, Kendrick Lamar, Bon Jovi, The Sound of Music, Def Lepperd, Stars, Mamma Mia!, Peking Duk, SZA, Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney and Depeche Mode all hitting the Philly stages over the next few months, it all comes down to 3 little words……

……get those tickets. 

Happy 2018 Philly Spring Concert Season!! 

And remember, all shows and dates are subject to change, so be sure to keep on top of…all of it. 

Go. 

Monday/April 23rd  

Noises Off/Walnut Street Theatre 

Passage/Wilma Theater(through May 13th) 

 

 

Smokepurpp/TLA 

Preoccupations/Underground Arts 

Herb Alpert/World Cafe Live 

Todrick Hall/The Fillmore 

Hawktail/Johnny Brenda’s 

Amelie/The Balcony Bar @ The Trocadero 

Man About a Horse/Johnny Brenda’s 

Tuesday/April 24th 

The Sound of Music/Merriam Theater/(through April 29th) 

Juanes/Mon Laferte/The Fillmore 

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness/TLA 

Bit Brigade/Johnny Brenda’s 

Great Peacock/Milkboy Philly 

Bruse Wane/Kung Fu Necktie 

Clint Coley/World Cafe Live Upstairs 

Wednesday/April 25th 

George Ezra/Noah Kahan/The Fillmore 

Chrome Sparks/Coda 

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness/TLA 

Wreckless Eric/Johnny Brenda’s 

The Lillingtons/Boot & Saddle 

Marbin/Milkboy Philly 

Fair City Fire/Bourbon & Branch 

Ela Minus/Coda 

Thursday/April 26th 

Madeleine Peyroux/World Cafe Live 

The Pines of Rome/Verizon Hall @The Kimmel Center (through April 28th) 

Cheat Codes/NOTO 

Peter Hook/Union Transfer 

Hovvdy and Half Waif/Boot & Saddle 

Michael Nau/Johnny Brenda’s 

Eric Darius/South 

Miya Folick/TLA 

Wick-it the Instigator/Coda 

The Roddenberries/Franky Bradley’s 

Friday/April 27th 

Pops Rocks:Queen, Stones & Zeppelin/Verizon Hall @ Kimmel Center(through April 29th) 

Carmen/Academy of Music(through May 6th)

Zedd/Citizens Bank Park 

Echosmith/TLA 

Borgeous/District N9Ne

Audien/NOTO 

Brian Fallon/Union Transfer 

Land of Talk/Johnny Brenda’s 

Nicole Atkins/Boot & Saddle 

Mac Lethal/Voltage Lounge 

Siravo/The Barbary 

Shiba San/Coda 

DJ Sylo/The Dolphin Tavern 

Saturday/April 28th 

Unknown Mortal Orchestra/Union Transfer 

They Might Be Giants/TLA 

The Coathangers/Electric Factory 

The Commodores/Tropicana Showroom 

Powerman 5000/Voltage Lounge 

Ruben Studdard/Keswick Theatre 

Ghost of Paul Revere/Underground Arts 

Marcus Strickland/Milkboy Philly 

Animal Flag/Everybody Hits 

The Legwarmers/The Trocadero 

Chris Kasper/Boot & Saddle 

Sunday/April 29th 

Protest the Hero/TLA 

Jeremy Loops/The Foundry 

Rosetta/Boot & Saddle 

John Craigie/Bourbon & Branch 

Threesound/The Fire 

Backtrack/Underground Arts 

Monday/April 30th 

Tricky/TLA 

Pseudogod/Kung Fu Necktie 

Tuesday/May 1st 

Lord Huron/Electric Factory 

Camila Cabello/The Fillmore 

Steel Panther/TLA 

Charley Crockett/Boot & Saddle 

Mike Lorenz/Paris Wine Bar 

Wednesday/May 2nd 

Bon Jovi/PPL Center 

King Krule/The Fillmore 

The Sword/TLA 

Counterfeit/Voltage Lounge 

Billy Strings/Boot & Saddle 

Thursday/May 3rd 

Bon Jovi/Wells Fargo Center 

Company of Thieves/The Foundry 

No Age/First Unitarian Church 

Soccer Mommy/Johnny Brenda’s 

Chris Paterno Band/World Cafe Live 

Nestor Torres/South 

Bingo Players/NOTO 

City of the Weak/Voltage Lounge 

Chris Paterno Band/World Cafe Live 

Nester Torres/South

Soccer Mommy/Johnny Brenda’s 

Friday/May 4th 

Bahamas/World Cafe Live 

Markus Schulz/NOTO 

Obituary/TLA 

Carpenter Brut/Union Transfer 

The Weeks/Underground Arts 

MC Chris/Kung Fu Necktie 

Marah/Boot & Saddle 

Nestor Torres/South 

Triple Goddess/Milkboy Philly 

Cookie Rabinowitz/Ortlieb’s 

Get Better Fest 2018/First Unitarian Church (through Sunday, May 6th) 

Saturday/May 5th 

Tom Misch/Union Transfer 

Blind Melon/TLA 

Liza Anne/Boot & Saddle 

King Lil G/Voltage Lounge 

Junkyard/Kung Fu Necktie 

LOMA/Johnny Brenda’s 

DJ Politik/NOTO 

Clay Cook/Milkboy Philly 

Two Man Advantage/Connie’s Ric Rac 

Big League/The Barbary 

Sunday/May 6th 

Panda Bear/Union Transfer 

Jaden Smith/The Foundry 

Touché Amoré/TLA 

Anvil/Johnny Brenda’s 

The Mother Hips/Johnny Brenda’s 

Luicidal/Voltage Lounge 

Monday/May 7th 

Natalia LaFourcade/TLA 

Amber Mark/Johnny Brenda’s 

Power Trip/Union Transfer 

Lydia Lunch/Kung Fu Necktie 

Craig Wedren/The Foundry 

Tuesday/May 8th 

Marian Hill/Union Transfer 

The Yardbirds/World Cafe Live 

Mothica/Bourbon & Branch 

Hexxus/Kung Fu Necktie 

The Sherlocks/Boot & Saddle 

West Philadelphia Orchestra/Franky Bradley’s 

Wednesday/May 9th 

Hiss Golden Messenger/Union Transfer 

Dada Life/The Pool After Dark 

Braids/Johnny Brenda’s 

Sloan/Boot & Saddle 

The Brevet/World Cafe Live Upstairs 

The Iron Maidens/The Foundry 

Taylor Phelan/Milkboy Philly 

Thursday/May 10th 

Pennsylvania Ballet:Jewels(through May 13th)

Tune-Yards/Union Transfer 

Jessie Ware/TLA 

Melvins/Underground Arts 

Bhad Babie/Coda 

Klingande/NOTO 

Marion Meadows/South 

Jeff Bradshaw/South 

HalfNoise/Boot & Saddle 

Faux Ferocious/Kung Fu Necktie 

Friday/May 11th 

Shakey Graves/Union Transfer 

Jorja Smith/Ama Lou/The Foundry 

Emmure/King 810/TLA 

Fu Manchu/Underground Arts 

Breathe Carolina/NOTO 

Broncho/Johnny Brenda’s 

Geographer/Boot & Saddle 

Marion Meadows/South 

David Ford/World Cafe Live 

Tav Falco/Kung Fu Necktie 

Erica Corbo/Sound Space Performing Arts

Saturday/May 12th

Maxwell/Vivian Green/Gladys Knight/Boardwalk Hall 

Marshmello/Festival Pier 

Jackson Browne/Borgata Event Center 

Lake Street Dive/The Fillmore 

Greta Van Fleet/Electric Factory 

Yanni/Mann Center for Performing Arts 

Moon Boots/Coda 

Marion Meadows/South 

Henry Cole/Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts 

Chachi/NOTO 

goodnight/goodluck/Boot & Saddle 

Sunday/May 13th 

Bad Religion/NOFX/Festival Pier 

Frankie Cosmos/Union Transfer 

Dwarves/Kung Fu Necktie 

Tiara Thomas/Underground Arts 

Swimming With Bears/Kung Fu Necktie Upstairs 

Byrne and Kelly/World Cafe Live Upstairs 

Monday/May 14th 

Sum 41/Seaway/Electric Factory 

Wye Oak/Union Transfer 

Thunderpussy/Kung Fu Necktie 

Dogs in the Fight/Century Bar 

Lifted Bells/Everybody Hits 

Tuesday/May 15th 

Mamma Mia!/Walnut Street Theatre(through July 15th) 

The Fratellis/TLA 

The Kills/Union Transfer 

Wet/Coda 

City of the Sun/Underground Arts 

Wednesday/May 16th 

Courtney Barnett/Union Transfer 

Madison Beer/The Foundry 

Har Mar Superstar/Boot & Saddle 

Tsunami Bomb/Kung Fu Necktie 

Skrizzly Adams/Ortlieb’s 

Felix Martin/TLA 

Thursday/May 17th 

Editors/TLA 

Kid Koala/Johnny Brenda’s 

Richard Ashcroft/Festival Pier 

Low Cut Connie/Union Transfer 

Randy Brecker/South 

Friday/May 18th 

Brandi Carlile/Merriam Theater/Kimmel Center 

Bishop Briggs/Union Transfer 

The Sea and Cake/Boot & Saddle 

Miyavi/TLA 

Dead to Me/Kung Fu Necktie 

Sweet Spirit/Johnny Brenda’s 

Randy Brecker/South 

Amtrac/Coda 

Bokanté/The Foundry 

Massive/World Cafe Live 

Dannic/NOTO 

Brielle Von Hugel/The Trocadero 

Killy/Voltage Lounge 

Randy Brecker/South 

Sullivan King/District N9ne

Saturday/May 19th 

Trippie Redd/Migos/Festival Pier 

Alice in Chains/Stone Temple Pilots/BB & T Pavilion 

Hop Along/Union Transfer 

Matt Costa/Boot & Saddle 

Randy Brecker/South 

Mt. Joy/The Foundry 

Summer Scouts/The Trocadero 

Brian Collins/World Cafe Live 

Somethin’ Divine/Milkboy Philly 

New Hope Pride 2018 

Sunday/May 20th 

Playboi Carti/Big Sean/Festival Pier 

Dierks Bentley/BB & T Pavilion 

Ryan Cabrera/Voltage Lounge 

Damien Jurado/Johnny Brenda’s 

Italian Market Festival 2018 

Monday/May 21st 

Andrew W.K./Union Transfer 

Jake Miller/The Foundry 

Ro James/Underground Arts 

Pillorian/Kung Fu Necktie 

Raymix/District N9ne 

Pillorian/Kung Fu Necktie 

Tuesday/May 22nd 

Flatbush Zombies/The Fillmore 

Mount Kimbie/Johnny Brenda’s 

Monks of Doom/Milkboy Philly 

Priscilla Renea/Bourbon & Branch 

BulletBoys/Kung Fu Necktie 

Wednesday/May 23rd 

21 Savage/Post Malone/Festival Pier 

New Found Glory/Electric Factory 

Bayside/Electric Factory 

Flotsam and Jetsam/The Trocadero 

Mount Kimbie/Johnny Brenda’s 

American Pleasure Club/PhilaMOCA 

Cozz/The Foundry

Canine 10 & Chino/Bob & Barbara’s 

Thursday/May 24th

Apocalyptica/The Fillmore 

Maggie Rogers/Union Transfer 

Helmet/The Trocadero 

Handsome Ghost/Boot & Saddle 

Signs of the Swarm/Voltage Lounge 

The Baylor Project/South 

Friday/May 25th 

Khalid/Festival Pier 

Lissie/World Cafe Live 

Suuns/Boot & Saddle 

Thank You Scientist/Milkboy Philly 

Saturday/May 26th 

The Kooks/The Trocadero 

Laura Veirs/Boot & Saddle 

This Is The Kit/Johnny Brenda’s 

Chad Valley/Milkboy Philly 

Svdden Death/The Foundry 

The Vanish/The Barbary 

Sunday/May 27th 

Kenny Loggins/Borgata Event Center 

Leikeli47/The Foundry 

Lost Dog Street Band/The Foundry 

Monday/May 28th 

Serenity/Penn’s Landing Marina 

Tuesday/May 29th 

Pond/Union Transfer 

VHS Collection/Johnny Brenda’s 

Wednesday/May 30th 

Mastodon/Primus/Penn’s Landing 

Flight Facilities/Coda 

Keiko Matsui/South 

Thursday/May 31st

Tech N9ne/TLA 

Post Animal/Johnny Brenda’s 

Parsonsfield/Boot & Saddle 

Friday/June 1st 

The B-52’s/Sugarhouse Casino 

Cloakroom/Pissed Jeans/Union Transfer 

Dead & Company/BB & T Pavilion 

Shelter/Voltage Lounge 

Red Aunts/Boot & Saddle 

Keiko Matsui/South 

River Bones Band/Kung Fu Necktie 

Saved by the ’90s/The Trocadero 

Saturday/June 2nd 

The Roots Picnic/Festival Pier 

Tweet/Ledisi/The Music Box 

Tash Sultana/The Fillmore 

Natalie Prass/Johnny Brenda’s 

Red Hare/Everybody Hits 

cleopatrick/Ortlieb’s 

Blis/Puddle Splasher/Kung Fu Necktie 

The Philadelphia Orchestra/Mann Center for Performing Arts 

Sunday/June 3rd 

Depeche Mode/Wells Fargo Center 

Japanese Breakfast/Union Transfer 

T-R3AL-Kung Fu Necktie 

Lisa Chosed/Ortlieb’s 

Scott Helman/Milkboy Philly 

Monday/June 4th 

Saywecanfly/Voltage Lounge

Laughs On Philly/Ortlieb’s 

Tuesday/June 5th 

Homeless Gospel Choir/The Fillmore 

Men In Trust/Boot & Saddle 

Wednesday/June 6th 

The Head and the Heart/Mann Center 

The Glitch Mob/The Fillmore 

Bo Deans/World Cafe Live 

Thursday/June 7th

The Decemberists/Mann Center for Performing Arts 

Dirty Heads/Festival Pier 

CHON/Union Transfer 

Walter Beasley/South 

Jo Passed/Boot & Saddle 

Andrew Lipke/Underground Arts 

Off the Record Music Festival (through June 9th) 

Friday/June 8th 

Jay Rock/SZA/Kendrick Lamar/BB & T Pavilion 

Parquet Courts/Union Transfer 

The Wonder Years/The Fillmore 

Dash Berlin/Premier Nightclub 

Murder Junkies/Kung Fu Necktie 

Darren Criss/Lea Michele/State Theatre Center for Performing Arts 

Brian McKnight/Harrah’s Atlantic City 

Walter Beasley/South 

Bent Knee/Boot & Saddle

Saturday/June 9th

Kenny Chesney/Lincoln Financial Field 

The Wonder Years/The Fillmore 

Horse Feathers/Boot & Saddle 

Hot Snakes/Union Transfer 

Walter Beasley/SOUTH 

Logan Henderson/The Foundry 

DJ Scene/NOTO 

Combichrist/The Trocadero 

Destination Dimension/The Tusk 

Sunday/June 10th 

Eels/Union Transfer 

La Luz/Underground Arts 

Peach Kelli Pop/Kung Fu Necktie 

Monday/June 11th 

Def Lepperd/Journey/Wells Fargo Center 

Transviolet/Voltage Lounge 

Celeste/Kung Fu Necktie 

Tuesday/June 12th 

Aly & AJ/The Foundry 

River Whiles/Johnny Brenda’s 

Ben Harper/Union Transfer 

Young Widows/Boot & Saddle 

Wednesday/June 13th 

U2/Wells Fargo Center

Logic/BB & T Pavilion 

American Aquarium/Boot & Saddle 

Snow Tha Product/The Foundry

Becca Stevens/Milkboy Philly 

Thursday/June 14th 

We Are Scientists/Johnny Brenda’s 

Hayley Kiyoko/TLA 

Eternal Summers/Boot & Saddle 

The Mavericks/The Fillmore 

Jackeim Joyner/South 

Sundressed/Voltage Lounge

Peking Duk/The Foundry 

Friday/June 15th 

Dave Mathews Band/BB & T Pavilion

Harry Styles/Wells Fargo Center 

Mike Love/Milkboy Philly 

Aaron Lewis/The Music Box @ The Borgata 

Colouring/Boot & Saddle 

Jackiem Joyner/South 

Saturday/June 16th 

Paul Simon/Wells Fargo Center 

Sam Evian/Johnny Brenda’s 

FBGM/The Pharmacy 

The Black Dahlia Murder/The Trocadero 

The World Is a Beautiful Place/Union Transfer 

The Dickies and The Queers/Voltage Lounge 

The Jayplayers/World Cafe Live 

Erica Corbo/The Iron Factory 

Sunday/June 17th 

Thirty Seconds to Mars/BB&T Pavilion 

Sabbath Assembly/Kung Fu Necktie 

Radio 104.5 11th Annual Birthday Show w/Portugal the Man/BB & T Pavilion

Street Dogs/The Foundry

Big Boys/The Trocadero 

Lomelda/Johnny Brenda’s 

Monday/June 18th 

Black Tongue/Voltage Lounge 

King Gizzard/Union Transfer 

Ufomammut/Johnny Brenda’s 

Tuesday/June 19th 

Chromeo/The Fillmore 

Alexis Taylor/Johnny Brenda’s 

Insomnium/Voltage Lounge 

Michigan Rattlers/Boot & Saddle 

Wednesday/June 20th 

Bad Bad Hats/Milkboy Philly 

Blake Morgan/Tracy Bonham/World Cafe Live Upstairs 

Ocean Alley/The Foundry

Space Whale Orchestra/World Cafe Live 

Andy Jenkins/Johnny Brenda’s