Riptide Music Festival was back for another year of fun in the sun in Fort Lauderdale, thanks to 104.3 The Shark. Featuring The Killers, Switchfoot, and headliners Jimmy Eat World, the festival lived up to the hype.
Another year, another massive lineup provided by South Florida’s alternative-music radio-stars 104.3 The Shark for Riptide Festival 2019. We’ve come up with a list of five reasons why this year’s edition will be one of the most memorable yet.
Marianas Trench is incredible live, and we really mean incredible, and that remained the case at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT in support of their latest 604 Records/Interscope Records album Phantoms.
It’s been a minute, as the kids say, since we’ve seen PVRIS in action but the alternative three-piece are back and brought much joy to the ears of those at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York, along with L.A. artist Upsahl.
Playing their first Connecticut show in years at Hamden’s The Space Ballroom, indie rock band Ceremony delivered an incredibly engaging performance, with support from Choir Boy and Ned Russin’s Glitterer.
The new kid in town in summer festivals is Sad Summer Festival. It made its way through Worcester, MA’s The Palladium on July 14th and with a bill featuring Mom Jeans, Four Years Strong, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade. It did not disappoint!
Indie rockers Turnover brought along Turnstile and Reptaliens for an incredibly memorable tour closer at New Haven, Connecticut’s College Street Music Hall on May 9th.
You know you’ve got a perfect lineup when fans are just as excited to see the support as they are the headliner. Movements might have been the main act at Irving Plaza, but Drug Church, Trash Boat, and Boston Manor ensured the crowd seemed got rowdier every time the lights went black.
Fresh off of their well-earned Coachella experience, Virginia’s Turnover is continuing onward with their “Spring ‘19” North American headline tour. Check out some reasons we’re stoked for their upcoming College Street Music Hall performance.
Fast-rising hardcore superstars, Knocked Loose, fresh off the release of their Mistakes Like Fractures EP via Pure Noise Records, stopped by Hartford, CT’s The Webster Underground for an unrelenting and jaw-dropping performance.
Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low have joined forces to create Simple Creatures. The band put on a short, but highly pleasing performance of their new EP Strange Love at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Brooklyn’s Barclays Center was host to Radio.com’s annual “Not So Silent Night” show which hit New York for the very first time. Along with ALT 92.3, the gig included Muse, Mike Shinoda, Florence + The Machine, and many more.
The “Erase Me Tour’s” loaded line-up made it too easy for Playstation Theater to sell out, but this isn’t new for an Underoath (Fearless Records) show in NYC. We caught the recent gig which included Dance Gavin Dance as immediate support, plus The Plot In You and Crown The Empire as superior opening acts.