From the promoter:
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Nickelback concert scheduled to take place at North Charleston Coliseum on March 24 has moved to August 31. Tickets purchased for the March concert will be valid on August 31, no exchange necessary.
Tickets on sale now at LiveNation.com, via the Live Nation app, the venue box offices, all Ticketmaster outlets, or by phone 800-745-3000.
For more info or to purchase tickets go to LiveNation.com.
Kindred, the new album from Passion Pit, is due out April 21 on Columbia Records. Listen to the first track from the album, “Lifted Up (1985),” here. The album is available for pre-order today with “Lifted Up (1985)” and a second track, “Where The Sky Hangs,” as instant downloads. Pre-order via iTunes here.
Kindred was written by Passion Pit creative force and frontman Michael Angelakos and recorded in New York City. The album was produced by Angelakos alongside longtime collaborators and co-producers Chris Zane and Alex Aldi, as well as Benny Blanco.
Kindred follows Passion Pit’s 2012 hit Gossamer, which found the band selling out Madison Square Garden, appearing on “Saturday Night Live” and a special “Live on Letterman” performance, and playing at major festivals including Lollapalooza, Governors Ball, Outside Lands and more.
1. Lifted Up (1985)
2. Whole Life Story
3. Where the Sky Hangs
4. All I Want
5. Five Foot Ten (I)
6. Dancing on the Grave
7. Until We Can’t (Let’s Go)
8. Looks Like Rain
9. My Brother Taught Me How To Swim
10. Ten Feet Tall (II)
The City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department is accepting submissions for the 24th Summer Concert Series in Finlay Park. Concerts will be held during the months of June, July and August.
The department is seeking bands that have a diverse music repertoire. Interested bands are asked to provide an electronic media kit, which should include a recent photograph of the band, and sample music and video of the band performing. The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Friday, February 27, 2015.
Email an electronic press kit to Kim Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Press kits can be mailed to:
City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department
Attn: Kim Mitchell (Summer Concert Series)
1111 Parkside Dr.
Columbia, SC 29203
For more information, please call the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department at 803-545-3100.
Hozier plays the Uptown Amphitheatre Charlotte June 17th with Dawes.
He’s taken you to church, sung at you from Eden. Now we’re taking YOU to see Hozier if you help us discover your favorite place in the Capital City. Take a selfie of you in your personal Eden. We’ll choose four of the best pics to win a pair of tickets to the show thanks to LiveNation.
Use the form below to upload your photos.
“Coyotes” is the follow up single to Modest Mouse’s “Lampshades on Fire.” If you like Modest Mouse, trains, and animals, you’ve hit your trifecta with this video.
The tour is spreading the bacon love around the country focusing on
local flavors, sights, and sounds as well as the America Loves Bacon Tour menu, which will feature dozens of delectable bacon delights. Other tour stop features include chef demonstrations, bacon eating contests, bacon-off competitions between local participants, live music, full bars, a children’s area, and much much more.
What is Runaway Runway? In the juried design competition, designers re-imagine post-consumer trash into ultra-creative wearables. Look for the Call for Entries for full rules and show details in early February 2015.
It’s a Runway extravaganza. The design contest is wrapped in an entertaining fashion show, held in 2015 on Saturday, April 11 at the Columbia Museum of Art.
It’s a fundraiser. Event proceeds provide for the annual educational programming of Columbia Design League.
Organized by the 701 Center for Contemporary Art, working artists all over the greater Midlands open the doors for their studios for a weekend to show their works, demonstrate their working style and talk art. FREE admission.
The 6th annual Touch A Truck event will transform the State Farmers Market into a world of big rigs and heavy machinery for young and old alike to see up close! Kids will have the opportunity to explore exhibits like fire trucks, law enforcement vehicles, bulldozers, agricultural machinery, and antique military vehicles, as well as meet the men and women who build, protect, and serve the Midlands. This community event also features family-friendly entertainment, public safety information, plus healthy eating activities from the Junior League of Columbia's Kids in the Kitchen. Mascots, face painting, and other amusements will round out the fun.
Admission is $6 per person or $20 for a family 4-pack of tickets. Children under 2 are free with a paying adult.
The Sixth Annual event where men from all walks of life strap on high heels and walk a mile to show their solidarity of victims of sexual abuse and assault.