Doors are at 7pm and tickets will be on sale this FRIDAY here.
Check out their awesome video for “Knights” below…
Brown Bag Wednesdays x Daily Chiefers x Dope Ent x G Files Clothing are excited to announce that on August 15th, legendary producer Skibeatz will be gracing the Green Room stage and providing a night of fresh beats and new sounds with support from local artists Vurn, Beville and Street Cyfa.
Doors are at 10pm and it is an 18+ event.
Peep this sick video of Ski Beatz in the studio showing you exactly what he did to create the beat for Jay-Z’s “Dead Presidents”
Neon Trees received nationwide exposure in late 2008 when they opened several North American tour dates for the band The Killers. Not long after, the band was signed by Mercury Records and released their first full length album, Habits, in 2010. Their first single “Animal” climbed to #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Alternative rock Chart. We are so excited to announce they will be gracing the Revolution Live stage August 7 with support from 21 Pilots & Walk The Moon.
You’ve seen the trailer a million times, but did you know Rock of Ages (Movie) was filmed at OUR VENUE?!? Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Russel Brand & Julianne Hough spent 30 days working on set here and this Friday we celebrate the release of this epic film by transforming Revolution into the Bourbon Room. Entry is FREE, and there will be great performances, giveaways and MORE — Doors open at 9PM.
Prepare yourself for an ‘out of this world’ experience this Summer featuring Midnight Conspiracy, Spinfantastic and friends. The electronic duo is Revolution Live bound June 29 with an intense visual show and space-themed production. Alien ware and alien attire is highly recommended as they will be giving away $200 in cash and prizes to the best costume at the show.
Indie rockers and Brooklyn natives, Grizzly Bear, just released the first single “Sleeping Ute” off their upcoming untitled album due for release September 9, 2012.
Pitchfork even named it their “Best New Track” – have a listen, what do you think?