Robert Delong at The Rave
Robert is a profoundly gifted singer/songwriter who joins together a dazzling collection of dance beats, pop hooks, and thought-provoking musings that make for a highly entertaining live show. Robert is a one-man band who uses MIDI interfaces, a full drum set, guitar, drum pads, keyboards, laptops and game controllers, looping his music live to fuse electronic dance beats with striking melodies and emotional lyrics. Win tickets for free from FM 102/1. A very limited amount of tickets will be available for purchase through TheRave.com for only $10.21. - See more at: http://www.therave.com/concert_details.asp?id=6218#sthash.ZL23x17U.dpuf
Yellowcard at The Rave
Don't miss pop/punk alternative band Yellowcard as they mark their 8th appearance at The Rave. Touring in support of their new album, Lift A Sail, they are working hard to outdo everything they have ever done before. They are looking forward to performing some of their most dynamic, massive rock anthems and haunting ballads shot through with evocative violin arrangements. Don't miss this high energy and highly unique pop-punk band! - See more at: http://www.therave.com/concert_details.asp?id=6202#sthash.d7yCGdL6.dpuf
The American Candy Spring 2015 Tour
The Maine (with Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, The Technicolors) will be making a stop at The Rave for their headlining American Candy Tour. The show is scheduled to start at 7:30. You can purchase tickets at americancandytour.com.
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Did anyone else check out Wilco at The Rave last night? It was one of the best shows I have seen all year. They sounded great and the crowd was really into it. Kudos boys!