Slam Dunk North kicked off our festival season in the UK with Sum 41, Alexisonfire and more putting on a party in Temple Newsam in Leeds.
Alice Cooper, with help from The Cult and Creeper, hosts a night of vaudevillian theatrics in Leeds. Check out the photos and review here.
Manchester’s favourite son Liam Gallagher made a hero’s return to the Etihad Stadium for a biblical night. Check out the review and photos.
Overall, So What?! Festival 2022 was one for the history books. It had something for everyone and gave us every bit of nostalgia, excitement, and fun for which we were looking.
British rock institution Thunder head up a night of classic rock at Leeds First Direct Arena with support from Ugly Kid Joe and Massive Wagons.
Emo stars My Chemical Romance continue their triumphant comeback tour in Warrington and you can check out the photos from the show here.
Brooklyn indie-rockers Sunflower Bean stopped in Chicago for a bodacious Friday night at The Bottom Lounge with opener Jackie Hayes.
Bad Luck kicked ass at Philadelphia’s Kung Fu Necktie on Saturday, May 21st, along with Dollar Signs, Taking Meds, and Out of Service.
Irish rock band The Script hit First Direct Arena in Leeds, which is packed to the rafters as Danny O’Donoghue and the band make their welcome return to Yorkshire.
Canada’s pop-punk princess, Avril Lavigne graced Rogers Place with her presence, bringing with her the upbeat and in-your-face “Bite Me Tour.”
Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium, and In Flames recently hit Portland, Maine’s Cross Insurance Arena and it was simply something to behold.
Joined side stage by Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee, Primus (w/ support Black Mountain) delivered one hell of a spectacle while covering Rush’s seminal ‘A Farewell To Kings’ album.
Nu-metal legends Limp Bizkit’s “Still Sucks Tour” came tearing through Worcester Palladium with support acts $NOT, Wargasm, and Scowl.
Deftones absolutely demolished Boston University’s Agganis Arena when they rolled through with supporting acts Gojira and Vowws.