From Coachella to NYC, Viceroy’s sound has been a prominent echo throughout the industry over the past year and making his appearance at The Roxy this Friday seems like a utopian fit. Featuring a tropi-cool attitude and EDM edge, Viceroy’s intoxicating vibe perfectly accentuates this iconic venue on Sunset Blvd. Best known for his foolproof remixes and op-art visuals, Viceroy is the type of superstar that you'd want to party with over Spring Break. While that scenario may not be all that likely, you can have the next best thing this Friday at The Roxy.
Those in attendance can anticipate indulging in an auditory cocktail, composed of original singles like “The Life” in addition to remixed favorites such as Lady Gaga’s “Applause” or Passion Pit’s “Carried Away.” Be prepared to lose yourself in trippy tunes and Viceroy's effortless energy because it's no secret that he is always one to deliver an unforgettable performance.
What’s better than watching your favorite TV personalities from the comfort of your own couch? Watching your favorite TV personalities from the front row, obviously. This is the premise behind the highly- anticipated PaleyFest LA 2015, which brings fans and their favorite television stars together at the Dolby Theatre from March 6th through the 15th. Headliners like American Horror Story’s Evan Peters, Scandal’s Kerri Washington as well as Homeland's Claire Danes, Sofia Vergara, and so many more will be there, in person.
Whether you want a private screening with the cast of Modern Family or a Q & A with the girls from Girls, a ticket to Paleyfest LA is your chance to do it. Click here for more information and to get your tickets to this immersive, star-studded experience.
What: PaleyFest LA @ Dolby Theatre
When: March 6th - March 15th
Where: Dolby Theatre, Hollywood & Highland, 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood
Hannibal Buress, the comedian, actor, writer, and hilarious inciter of certain controversies – ahem, Bill Crosby, ahem – is coming to The Wiltern this Friday. The Chicago-native, New York City-resident has had his stand-up featured on countless Comedy Central programs and has written for the likes of SNL and 30 Rock.
On top of splitting sides and blowing minds with his stand-up routines, the talented comic is also making plenty of hilariously deadpan cameos in films (the cop in Neighbors was one of our favorite parts of the movie) and respected comedy shows like Louie and - our recent obsession - Broad City.
Get excited people: rising Canadian-born R&B phenom, PARTYNEXTDOOR, will be making his way across the country’s major cities next month for his PND Live World Tour. The artist, also known for his sexually charged live performances and mesmerizing vocals, made his debut on the music scene with swanky EDM-infused R&B tracks like 'Let It Rain' and 'Shy Ink,' released under his real name, Jahron Brathwaite. It was only a matter of time before Brathwaite's music caught the attention of Young Money Cash Money Billionaires artist/pop culture master, Drake, who quickly inducted the singer as the first signee of his OVO Sounds record label.
Ferris Bueller has gone on the record saying that life moves pretty fast, and despite the fact that the four siblings who make up the indie pop group Echosmith may be too young to have seen the 1986 classic, they’re living proof of that mantra.
Like most music groups of their generation, Echosmith rose to prominence thanks to the Internet. More specifically, YouTube. Starting by posting covers of popular songs of the time like “Lights” by Ellie Goulding and “Set Fire to the Rain” by Adele, they quickly moved on to original content, catching the eye of Warner Bros. Records. Soon the teenage siblings found themselves on the Vans Warped Tour and later, opening for Owl City. Next came a debut album Talking Dreams whose modern youth anthem “Cool Kids” went on to be certified platinum with over 1,200,000 sales in the US, catapulting the virtually unknown band into the national spotlight. Now, the Sierota siblings are headlining their own tour and coming to a city near you.
It's almost that time of the year again when you can drink and rage in the name of everything Irish. And with the annual Saint Patrick's Day Bar Crawl celebration, you can do that all over your jolly city. Yes, it's time to Shamrock.
Between 12 and 7 pm on Saturday, March 14th, grab your crew and head on over to the check-in bar/venue in your city - click here to see participating cities - and register for your Barcrawls.com wrist band, cup, and tour map. (Don't forget to grab a beer too to get the party started).
The line-up features tons of fresh talent, but attendees will not want to miss up-and-coming act Bells & Robes. Hailing from Gainesville, Fla., Bells & Robes is an electronic dreamwave duo comprised of Luke Sipka and Dean Spaniol. Since their formation in summer 2012, Bells & Robes has evolved to create a transcendental auditory experience that feels somewhat like a dream. Their ability to combine soft, funky sounds with a danceable rythtmic wave will keep the crowd stayin' alive all night long. No strangers to Suwannee, the duo performed in Live Oak, Fla., at Purple Hatter's Ball in 2014 and plans to return to the forest to add spice to the silent disco. Bells & Robes has previously performed alongside acts such as Beats Antique, Emancipator, Odezsa, Papadosio, Reptar, Break Science, Stokeswood, The Heavy Pets, Antihero, Dynohunter and Sounduo, and at multiple festivals in the southeast. Their recent EP, "One Should See Sound", was released exclusively on Grooveshark in September, and was widely successful in the local jamtronica scene. The album embodies their belief that music should meld the senses to create a unified, heightened festival experience. In spring 2015, Bells & Robes will be joining Dynohunter on the road for the The Nomad Tour, which is set to hit states such as Colorado, Califronia and Florida.
Founded and produced by Roee and Yael Carmel of Carmel Productions, the I Feel Experience was conceived with the notion to offer artistic New Yorker’s an outlet for expression, creativity, and dance-- a place where they could go to immerse themselves in a world free of judgment. For you see, for those that attend these gatherings, I Feel is not just a party—it’s an escape into a world filled with love, brotherhood, and above all, acceptance. I Feel applauds the individual, celebrates their unique gifts, and champions their artistic mind. I Feel is a community where we can at last truly feel free.Back in 2012, creative, uninhibited New Yorker’s seeking to join a community of like minded individuals came together at an intimate venue in the East Village each Friday to emerge themselves in a gathering of self-expression and dance. The beginning of what would soon evolve into one New York City’s most beloved underground parties, these Friday night celebrations were referred to as “I Feel Friday.”
In the infamous words of Dave Chappelle-cum-Samuel L. Jackson: beer, it'll get you drunk. That's right, starting today, Friday, 20th, through March 1st, New York City Beer Week will be celebrating everything craft beer with tastings, festivals, meal pairings and generally every kind of event that will quench your need for (fine) brew.
Think a 5 course feast, with each course paired with a craft beer from one of the five boroughs (Five Borough Beer Tasting & Dinner), a dialogue on beer culture accompanied by… beers, Rare Beer Night featuring 10 taps, and for those ambitious sud fiends, there’s even a NYC Beer Trail you can check out and check off your list.
For a complete list of events, visit the NYC Brewers Guild website.
Multi-platinum-selling, Grammy award-winning, Billboard chart-topping: Chris Brown can claim it all. Now you can catch the talented (and controversial) hip hop superstar on tour with another industry heavyweight, Trey Songz.
Though the two mega-stars planned to embark on their BETWEEN THE SHEETS Tour on January 28th in Hampton, Virginia, Chris Brown’s legal troubles delayed the tour to February and forced the duo to reshuffle show dates. Now back on schedule to hit more than 20 major cities in North America, Chris Brown and Trey Songz – joined by Tyga - promises to bring fans a dose of the talent that has made these stars mainstays in the genre.
Shaun White may only be 28, but this professional snowboarder and skateboarder is already a two-time Olympic gold medalist, holds the X-Games record for gold media and overall medal count, and has a super cute line of clothing for boys. You may be asking yourself, where could he possibly go from there? Answer: Air + Style. Air + Style is a 2 Day action sports competition and music concert which features 18 bands and 32 of the world’s best snowboarders and freeskiers competing on a 16-story jump with REAL SNOW.