I don't think there could be a better way to close out this incredible year than to have Mac Miller and his Divine Feminine Tour for a SOLD OUT show at The Ritz.Read More
With Christmas coming up in just a couple weeks, the local radio stations are putting on their festive concert events; the first of which being 95Xmas party featuring Third Eye Blind.Read More
When you think Christian music, you don't typically picture a group of dudes playing metal music and screaming to the point of scaring your mother. Well, one of the more recognizable Christian Metal/Metalcore bands is calling it quits after 12 years as a band.Read More
Good Charlotte was the soundtrack to a lot of angsty teens in the early 2000s and they prove to everyone that they're still one of the best on their Youth Authority tour in Raleigh. If you couldn't make or just want to relive everything, take a look at our coverage of the night.Read More
Sleeping With Sirens brought their highly anticipated End The Madness! Tour to Raleigh. Check out our galleries from the show if you couldn't make it!Read More
I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it - is the 1975's newest album - an album that has been raved by critics and fans and is the main reason for their non-stop touring this year.Read More
Ghost brings their Popestar Tour to the Ritz in Raleigh. If you weren't able to make it to this one, we've got a full gallery of pictures from the show!Read More
Ghouls, goblins, and all those Harley Quinns. Everyone was out for Halloween this year. If you weren’t out trick-or-treating, you were probably enjoy a scary movie or maybe even a absolutely insane concert at The Ritz. Well, I think you can guess where I was.Read More
Currently The Devil Wears Prada, Memphis May Fire, Silverstein, and Like Moths to Flames are taking on the Rise Up Tour and recently made a stop in Raleigh at The Ritz. A night filled with fan favorites, nostalgia, and angry noises; what more could you ask for?
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Disturbed brought their Fall tour to raleigh with special guests Chevelle, and Nothing More. If you weren't able to make it out, check out our galleries from the whole night!Read More
For anyone that doesn't know: Riot Fest is a music festival that started in 2005 as a multi-venue event in Chicago. Since then, it has grown to be a destination festival and separate festivals were added in Denver and Toronto. Known for hosting band reunions and full-album sets, every year offers something that you don’t want to miss.Read More
10 Years ago - Cute is What We Aim For released their debut album "The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch" - it was so catchy, dance worthy, and one of the most sing-a-long albums of my Sophomore year of High School.Read More
Fifth Harmony brings their 7/27 tour to Raleigh, and we were there for it.Read More
NEEDTOBREATHE kicked off their Tour De Compadres run in Raleigh and we were fortunate enough to be there for it!Read More
What happens when a country bar hosts a handful of metal bands? A sound guy gets fired, the PA system can't handle the power, and everyone leaves happy.Read More
Forevermore and Raleigh-based band Dear Desolate made a stop in Raleigh on their current tour and it was a banger!Read More
The first time I saw Mayday Parade was a Wednesday night at a small, rickety, venue called The Brewery (RIP) I remember this vividly because - it was a school night, there was a severe thunderstorm warning, and because of this there was only 12 kids that showed up.
It's crazy to think that 10 years later - they are playing to crazy crowds that brave the 100 heat just to get a glimpse of them. I met one girl in the parking lot who says she only comes to Warped Tour for Mayday Parade then leaves - that's dedication.Read More
Every Time I Die and More on the Monster Energy Stages at Warped Tour 2016Read More
Warped Tour is not only the best place to find your favorite artists in one place, but it's the best place to find new music. I have bought a CD or two from guys with backpacks - trying to get someone to listen to their music. And you know what - a couple of those have really made it pretty far.Read More