Posts tagged with "Music Hall"

Conan Gray Headline Tour

Don’t miss Conan Gray on his headline tour, making stops at LA’s El Rey on March 14th & 15th, Bowery Ballroom on March 27th and Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 28th!

Also Conan will be joining Panic! At the Disco on select dates! See itinerary below

Panic! At The Disco tour dates

2/15 Inglewood, CA

2/16 San Diego, CA

2/19 Oakland, CA

2/20 Sacramento, CA

 

2019 HEADLINE TOUR DATES: 

3/10     Seattle, WA                

The Crocodile (SOLD OUT)

3/11     Portland, OR               

Wonder Ballroom (SOLD OUT)

3/13     San Francisco, CA    

August Hall (SOLD OUT)

3/14     Los Angeles, CA        

El Rey (SOLD OUT)

3/15     Los Angeles, CA        

El Rey (SOLD OUT)

3/16     Santa Ana, CA           

The Observatory (SOLD OUT)       

3/18     Phoenix, AZ               

Crescent Ballroom

3/20     Austin, TX                  

Emo’s

3/21     Dallas, TX                  

House of Blues- Dallas

3/22     Houston, TX               

House of Blues- Houston

3/24     Atlanta, GA                

Terminal West (SOLD OUT)

3/27     New York, NY             

Bowery Ballroom (SOLD OUT)

3/28     Brooklyn, NY              

Music Hall of Williamsburg (SOLD OUT)

3/29     Washington, DC        

U Street Music Hall (SOLD OUT) 

3/30     Philadelphia, PA        

The Foundry at The Fillmore (SOLD OUT)

4/2       Cambridge, MA         

The Sinclair (SOLD OUT)

4/4       Montreal, QC             

L’Astral

4/5       Toronto, ON               

Mod Club (SOLD OUT)

4/6       Ferndale, MI              

The Loving Touch (SOLD OUT)

4/8       Chicago, IL                 

Bottom Lounge (SOLD OUT)

4/9       Minneapolis, MN        

Fine Line Music Café

4/10     Kansas City, MO         

Record Bar

4/12     Denver, CO                

Bluebird Theater (SOLD OUT)

4/13     Salt Lake City, UT       

Kilby Court (SOLD OUT)

Beirut × “The Heart of Lebanon”

Written by Rana Salloom

Known as the Paris of the Middle East Beirut, Lebanon is a city that never sleeps and is rooted in its traditional Middle Eastern culture dating back thousands of years.

Lebanon is a small country spanning 110 miles off the Mediterranean coast and its capital, Beirut is the 3rd oldest city in the world. Many westerners know little about this eclectic country, but this tiny country has been standing strong for thousands of years. Beirut, the heart of Lebanon, prides itself with its irresistible cuisine and its insatiable nightlife. People from all over the Middle East, come to Lebanon especially Beirut to unwind and relax at countless restaurants and nightlife excursions. This destination city prides itself with its food with numerous restaurants, bars, and clubs offering food 24/7.

It’s a foodie nation showcasing the best of the best of Lebanese food and culture. Each borrow within Beirut has its own twist on traditional Lebanese cuisine such as Shawarma, Chicken Tawook, Manaeesh, and etc.. These delectable items can be found at many hotspots such as Barbar, Maroushe, and Zaater w Zeit. But the best food finds, in my opinion, are at the local shops on every block in this mini metropolis. These shops offer a more traditional take on Lebanese food and are usually made in a more customary fashion.

Side note: most of the shop owners at these places do not speak English so it’s important to have someone who’s a native speaker be present helping you order your goodies. 

Other than its food, Beirut is known for its irresistible nightlife. Beirut, in recent years, has been ranked as the #1 party city in the world mixing both traditional Arabic music and current hits in every nightclub and bar in and around the city. What makes this city so special is it’s night owl effect. People just don’t sleep in Beirut. Visitors and natives alike stay up all hours of the night at lavish nightclubs such as Iris, February 30, Skybar, Music Hall and etc..

If you’re looking for a more mellow bar scene, Mar Mkhayel is the place to be. This street has multiple bars aka pubs and restaurants within walking distance of one another. This street has both the dive bar vibes and the classy rooftop appeals for your visiting pleasure. Basically whatever you are in the mood for, there is a bar for you on this street. What makes this street more interesting is how each bar and restaurant is westernized. For instance, my friends and I walked past this one bar that’s specifically a dive bar for motorcycle enthusiasts and right across from it is a classy rooftop bar called Fabrk (it doesn’t get more diverse than that).

Overall Beirut, Lebanon combines both eastern and western culture in a euphoric twist to keep any party-goer and foodie elated for days. It’s a destination city enveloped in a traditional culture for each traveling enthusiast.

UNSTOPPABLE

“There’s a moment in your bones when the fire takes over,” declares LA rock band The Score–Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover – in their triumphant anthem, “Unstoppable”. Partnering with the Jeep brand for a newly-minted campaign, The Score proves that while life has a million trails, you were built for all of them.

Watch the Jeep Dial  | Grand Cherokee spot HERE, and the Jeep Dial | Compass spot HERE.

Unstoppable”is about the belief that nothing can stand in your way,” says Anthony. Dover continues, “And just turning that dial up until you break through to the other side.”

Generating over 45 million cumulative streams to date, “Unstoppable” can be found on the band’s full-length debut, ATLAS [Republic Records]—available now.

This spring, The Score support Echosmith on the Inside A Dream tour across North America. It kicks off April 4 at Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA, rolls through major markets coast to coast, and wraps up at The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, CA on May 12. Check out the full itinerary below.

Tickets are on sale now.

In 2015, The Score unleashed their debut Where Do You Run EP to critical reception – with 26 million Spotify streams and counting. Not only did they gain the attention of BBC Radio in the UK, but activated a dedicated fan base who propelled them into a worldwide deal with Republic Records. The band returned in 2016 with the Unstoppable EP, notching 30 million Spotify streams from their fans, and in 2017 with the Myths & Legends EP with 27 million streams to date. Their songs have been motivating fans worldwide who discover the band through the likes of the NBA, movies such as Power Rangers and Pitch Perfect 3, as well as major brands such as Jeep. Culminating in ATLAS (Deluxe) in 2017, it all adds up to The Score’s album being streamed over 110 million times on Spotify and counting. Along the way, they would earn acclaim from Billboard, Nylon, Diffuser, and more in addition to landing critical placements in film and TV.