Dust off your top hat and hop in your favorite steam engine for the adventure and event of a lifetime with music, art and more! The Flaming Lotus Girls, alongside Airpusher and NIMBY, are bringing you the 3rd Annual Steampunk Masquerade Promenade. The event is a fundraiser benefiting the three
TV on the Radio are an American indie rock band formed in 2001 in Brooklyn, New York. The TV on the Radio guys are the type of people who go on hiatus and focus on music. They may take time between albums for their other endeavors, but they know when it’s right to
The Ting Tings are a indie-pop-electro British musical duo. They formed in December 2007 while based at Islington Mill Studios inSalford, Greater Manchester. Thursday, March 26 @ 7PM | Regency Ballroom | Tickets can be purchased here
Despite their name, The Brothers Comatose have become known nation-wide for lively, high-energy performances. This 5-piece string band from San Francisco blends Americana, Folk and Bluegrass with concise song writing to create a unique experience that leaves audiences wanting more. Thursday, March 26 @ 8PM | The New Parish |
It’s Spring Break Broke and you’re stuck here. As I always say, there’s no point of being broke and sober. Here’s some parties you can count on to make the most of it. Brooklyn Night Bazaar This party features live performances, food that is simply incrediballs, mini golf, local merchants
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Nikolai Paiva (NIKO IS), born in Rio de Janeiro, shares the stage with legendary Talib Kweli and revolutionary Immortal Technique for a sure-fire explosive performance. Sunday, March 22 @ 8PM | The Fillmore | Tickets can be purchased here
Talib continues to speak out against the militarization of the police force, the prison industrial complex, and institutionalized racism. Considered one of the most lyrically gifted and socially aware rappers of our time, Talib feels that artists have a responsibility to the communities that support their careers. Hear