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Young & Sick: an Electric Force of Art

The groove was just right last week as The Knocks helped introduce Dutch artist Nick van Hofwegen’s musical entity Young & Sick to Sacramento’s Ace of Spades. While most fans would arrive just in time to see The Knocks, those who arrived early were treated to a rare glimpse of an artist...

global
In the City Music

The Crocker’s Brand-New Music Series: Global Rhythms

Joining a long history of music and arts series, the Crocker Art Museum is kicking off 2019 with a four-month world music project titled Global Rhythms. In the spirit of our city’s diverse cultural makeup, the Crocker will welcome four special presentations inside the museum’s Setzer Foundation...

Elton
Music Review

Sir Elton John Bids Farewell to Sacramento

Sir Elton John brought his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour to Golden 1 Wednesday night, playing for nearly three hours to a sold-out crowd. The tour, Elton’s final tour in his 50 year career, began in September of 2018 and will conclude in December of 2020 after a run of over 300 shows worldwide...

Mick Jenkins: Pieces of A Man Tour
Arts Music

Mick Jenkins: Pieces of A Man Tour

With a new wave of self-reflection, Chicago poet and rapper Mick Jenkins brought his “Pieces of A Man” Tour to Harlow’s Nightclub in Sacramento on Wednesday January 9. Accompanied by the gracious presence of Kari Faux, Stock Marley, and theMIND, the evening would become a...

Astroworld
Music Review

Travis Scott’s Astroworld Lit Up Golden 1 Center

Houston’s current hip-hop ambassador, Travis Scott, turned Golden 1 Center into an amusement park as he brought his ASTROWORLD Tour to Sacramento on Saturday, December 15. In support of his latest studio album, also titled ‘Astroworld,’ Scott made sure to bring the phenomenal...

Metallica Returns to Sacramento with WorldWired Tour
Music Review

Metallica Returns to Sacramento with WorldWired Tour

Metallica brought their now almost three-year-long ‘WorldWired’ Tour to Golden 1 Center Friday night, and they did not disappoint the sold-out crowd. In support of the band’s 2016 album “Hardwired… to Self-Destruct,” Sacramento was the 22nd stop (of 37 scheduled dates) on the...

Misch
Arts Music

Tuning In and Out With Tom Misch

In the opening moments of Tom Misch ‘s debut album ‘Geography,’ a trumpeter by the name of Roy Hargrove reflects on the value of a musician. “You have to do this because you love it. And it doesn’t matter if you broke, you still gon’ do it,” he says, before...

Lost in California: Sacramento's Hippies
In the City Music

Lost in California: Sacramento’s Hippies

In a brotherly display of Sacramento love, world-renowned producers Hippie Sabotage made a hometown stop last Wednesday as they kicked off their ‘Lost California Tour’ inside Ace of Spades. Following their most successful year of touring, Kevin and Jeff Saurer, better known as the...

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