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The Endless Summer Tour Stops at Toyota Amphitheater
Music Review

The Endless Summer Tour Stops at Toyota Amphitheater

Last Saturday, July 28, G-Eazy, Lil Uzi Vert and Ty Dolla $ign, brought The Endless Summer Tour to the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland, CA. YBN Nahmir, P-Lo, and Murda Beatz, were Saturday night’s openers representing a respected tier of up-and-coming hip-hop acts. Hosting the rap concert at...

HARD Summer's 10 Years, Destructo's Parting From HARD Events [Photos]
California Music Festivals Music

Looking Ahead at HARD Summer 2018

This upcoming weekend we are headed to Southern California for HARD Summer Music Fesitval taking place on August 4 and 5, at the Fontana Motor Speedway. HARD Summer has carved out a reputation for putting out a unique and forward-thinking electronic and hip-hop infused line-up, where they offer...

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Music Things to Do

Concerts in the Park Summer Finale This Friday

Can you believe it? Sacramento’s favorite summer music festival, Concerts in the Park (CIP), is winding down another record-breaking season! But, don’t worry, there’s still time to experience this epic series that’s free for all ages. Read on for everything you need to rock out one last time as The...

Styles
Music Review

A Fandom of Kindness with Harry Styles: Live on Tour

The opportunity to witness Queen, the Spice Girls or The Beatles in their prime is one that the luckiest of fans are fortunate to see. While those opportunities have passed, it was Harry Styles, with an English quip and swagger, who brought a deafening night of peak-fandom to Sacramento’s...

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Music Things to Do

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones playing Ace of Spades on June 26

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, venerable ska-core pioneers from Boston, will be playing Ace of Spades in Midtown Sacramento on Tuesday, June 26. The show is presented by SiriusXM and will include Los Kung Fu Monkeys and Buster Shuffle as opening acts. The Bosstones, from Boston, Massachusetts, formed...

Martin Gore of Depeche Mode
Music Review

Depeche Mode Still Reigning Kings of Concerts and Synth Pop

On Thursday night, Depeche Mode proved once again why they are the reigning kings of concert tours. The legendary synth-pop pioneers are currently the largest selling act in the world, passing by Bruno Mars, Adele, and even Taylor Swift. And they are worth every penny.  The two-hour sold out show...

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California Music Festivals Music

The Return of Summertime in the LBC

West Coast classics are coming to life this summer as Goldenvoice presents the return of Summertime in the LBC at the Queen Mary in Long Beach on Saturday, July 7. At the helm of the music festival’s lineup will be the iconic Snoop Doggy Dogg, who will perform his own debut album...

Descendents
Music Review

Descendents Give It Their All at Ace Of Spades [Photos]

Descendents are back! And in a big way! A few years ago the punk legends began playing shows again and have been touring regularly ever since.  Rather than resting on their laurels and merely cycling thru the same set list of hits, Descendents have been on a caffeinated full speed ahead path...

Tchaikovsky
Arts Music

ARC Orchestra and the Best of Tchaikovsky

Moving from pensive to ecstatic, Tchaikovsky’s final symphony is an emotional rollercoaster, much like the composer’s turbulent life. The ARC Orchestra presents his Symphony No. 6 and Jean Sibelius’ Violin Concerto on May 2nd at 7:30 pm at the ARC Theater. Tchaikovsky’s symphony reveals the...

It's a Lion Babe World and We're Just Dancing In It [Photos]
Arts Music

It’s a Lion Babe World and We’re Just Dancing In It [Photos]

On any given day, one could be the lion while the other is the babe, however, Jillian Hervey and Lucas Goodman, collectively known as Lion Babe, have not so quietly been forming into one of the most captivating music duos in the country. Monday night they kicked off their 2018 tour at Harlow’s...

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