LIGHTS ALL NIGHT is taking it to the next level for its seventh year. Today (June 8), Texas' largest electronic music festival happening Friday, December 30 and Saturday, December 31, has announced its headliners deadmau5, Above & Beyond and ZEDD for Dallas Market Hall in Dallas.
Eric Krasno has announced tour dates in support of his forthcoming solo album, 'Blood From A Stone,' due July 8 on his own record label, Feel Music/Round Hill. The Grammy Award-winning guitarist/songwriter/producer, best known as a co-founder of Soulive and Lettuce, has assembled a band that features bassist Alex Chakour, drummer Eric Kalb, keyboardist DeShawn Alexander, rhythm guitarist Danny Mayer and backing vocalist Mary Corso.
Debuting with a schedule stacked full of mind-blowing music, hiking, biking, yoga and camping, the three-day Divide Music Festival is a celebration of the adventurous Coloradoan spirit. Kicking off this July 22-24 at Winter Park Resort in Fraser CO, The Divide Music Festival is the perfect all-in-one outdoor music, camping, and adventure-sports weekend.
Summer in the city begins on July 4th, Louis Armstrong’s traditional birthday, when the Louis Armstrong House Museum kicks off its signature summer concert series Hot Jazz / Cool Garden now in its 10th year. For three days this summer, hot jazz is served up with red beans ’n rice in the Armstrongs’ Japanese inspired garden. Birthday cake will be served on July 4th and Hot Jazz / Cool Garden series subscribers will enjoy a soul food luncheon too.
The Great Divide, the debut album from modern indie-folk band National Park Radio will be released on July 29th via The Edgewater Music Group. The Great Divide is a timeless and honest collection of original songs which reflect on family, the need to explore and a love for the outdoors. Although the band uses mostly acoustic instrumentation, their melodies are filled with infectious pop sensibilities.
LIVE AT THE FILLMORE, the definitive tribute to the Allman Brothers Band, will perform two shows in Colorado. They will perform at Quixote's True Blue, 314 13th Ave, Denver, on Friday, June 17th with Shakedown Street and Calliope Musicals. Doors open at 8:00 P.M. Showtime is 9:00 P.M. This is open to patrons 18 and older. Tickets are $20.00.
Greener Grounds announces their Momentous album release tour. Their upcoming album was fan funded through their KickStarter campaign, and the official release date is set for Friday July 8th. The band has stated that the album will be a groundbreaking force set to please both jam band lovers and fans of live electronica. After a jam-packed Spring into Summer tour filled with a handful of festival dates including main stage performances at Paradise Music Festival, Joshua Tree Music Festival, and The Untz festival.