The band rolled their Run Wild North American Tour through 1904 Music Hall last night, with guests Turnover, Seahaven, and the Technicolors
The bands performed to a full and sweaty crowd.
Three local bands and The Holydrug Couple perform at Rain Dogs to a full house.
“It just made sense to do something in our backyard that hadn’t been done at this particular level of uniting underground artists,” FYF Booking co-owner Mike Ciero said. “Rory and I had been working closely together for years…
Due to inclement weather, Osprey Productions moved the “Concert in the Woods” to the Student Union Plaza. The concert will take place tomorrow and attendees are invited
Planning your One Spark 2015 schedule around 555 creator projects, several lectures and multiple concerts may seem daunting, but MOCA’s weeklong recurring schedule for the world’s largest crowd funding festival makes it easy to fit in your agenda. Admission will be free to the public and its hours will be extended from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 7 – 11 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 12.
Sublime with Rome was moved indoors due to inclement weather March 6. While the other bands’ shows were rescheduled, Sublime with Rome still had theirs. Students and the band found the last-minute indoor jam session to be intimate and “one for the f—— books.”
According to multiple sources, the OZ Fest scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. today will not be happening as planned.
Sublime with Rome will be performing at the OZ Fest on Friday. They answered questions about the band and their contract riders.
Local indie band Boysin’s album Siding is made up of ecclectic influences including the band’s pastor, Brand New and haunting black and white photos. The band is hosting an album release show Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. at The Birdhouse
Osprey Productions announced the supporting acts will be Sidereal, Radical Something, Split Tone, The Band Be Easy, Weekend Atlas, Fjord Explorer, Fort Stories, Charles Adderley and Summer Goodman.
Four local musicians will perform, including Kristina Aranilla, Chris Kieler, Charles Adderley and Tyanna Elise of American Idol fame.
Osprey Productions has booked five local bands for the first OZ Music Festival, March 5-6. Sidereal, Weekend Atlas, Aurora, Fort Stories, and Fjord Explorer confirmed that they will be performing as supporting bands at the event. OP announced Sublime with Rome and Mac Miller earlier this month as the headliners for the two day music festival.
Osprey Productions is expected to announce Mac Miller as the second headliner for the OZ Music Festival. The first headliner, Sublime with Rome, was announced Jan. 16. The festival will take place March 5-6 on the auxiliary field behind the Student Wellness Complex.
Of Montreal, a Georgia-based band, returned to Jacksonville and gave a musically and visually great performance.
Weekend Atlas, a seven-member band with unique folk flare and a roots rock influence, released their self-titled album Jan. 20 after their record release show at Freebird Live on Jan. 17.