New Punk Festival No Values Announces 2024 Lineup
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by Robert Chadwick
20h ago
Goldenvoice, the AEG-owned company behind Coachella, has officially unveiled its new punk festival, No Values. The one-day event goes down June 8 at Pomona Fairplex in Pomona, California, and tickets go on sale February 23, 2024, at 11 a.m. PT (2 p.m. ET, 1 p.m. CT, and 12 p.m. MT) at novalues.com. As the teaser made it seem, there are plenty of classic punk bands, including headliners the Misfits and Social Distortion, but there are also a lot of great comparatively newer acts like Turnstile, Joyce Manor, Ceremony, Viagra Boys, Scowl, Soul Glo, MSPAINT, and more, as well as a rare date from t ..read more
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MATTHEW SWEET at The Waiting Room
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by Robert Chadwick
3d ago
DEAN BIRKHEIMER | Go Venue Magazine Last time I saw Matthew Sweet was September 6th, 2019 when I covered the 2nd annual Shadow Ridge Music Festival. I’ve been waiting 5 years for another opportunity and thanks to 1% Productions and The Waiting Room that opportunity occurred on a frigid February night in Omaha, Nebraska. Before Matthew Sweet, who I think should open every Maha Festival, we were given the pleasure of listening to Abe Partridge. Abe’s art is pure, passionate and candid. At one point Abe was a Baptist preacher and through art and m ..read more
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Pantera and Lamb of God Bring their Incredibly Energetic Metal to Lincoln
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by Robert Chadwick
4d ago
WORDS BY DAVID TAYLOR AND PHOTOS BY ROBERT A CHADWICK | Go Venue Magazine Valentine’s Day is always spent with the ones you love, even if they are metal band Pantera. And that is what a couple of thousand people did on Wednesday, February 14 when Pantera rolled into town to play Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE with Lamb of God and Child Bite. Child Bite from Detroit opened up the concert. They are a part of Phil Anselmo’s Housecore Records, so it made sense why they were opening up for Pantera. I love it when bands that usually play in ..read more
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No MAHA Festival in 2024; Organizers Plan Return in 2025
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by Robert Chadwick
6d ago
Omaha’s premier nonprofit music festival, Maha, will not happen this year. Instead, organizers are taking 2024 to rework the festival’s operating model with plans to return in 2025. The annual event was set to celebrate its 16th year this summer in the renovated Heartland of America Park on Omaha’s The RiverFront. Maha organizers will now spend 2024 recalibrating and exploring options and opportunities – including national partnerships – with a plan to return strong in 2025. Maha Festival‘s Board of Directors voted unanimously to pause the festival for 2024, citing need to rework Omaha’s opera ..read more
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Neck Deep Plays Generic Pop Punk Show at Skyway Theatre
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by Robert Chadwick
1w ago
JESS BECK | Go Venue Magazine What a night. Last time we got to cover a show at Skyway, it was in Studio B. This time it was in another section that had 800 million more stairs and a floor that was a 45-degree angle. So while I’m exhausted, and my old knees are screaming at me, I’m just out here moving mountains that I once had to climb. But it was such a kick-ass show that dropped on Saturday, February 10, 2024, at Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis, MN that I’m sure many will say was better than the sports ball game that happened the day afterward. Insert s ..read more
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John 5 Delivers A Mind-Blowing Performance For A Sold-Out Crowd
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by Robert Chadwick
1w ago
MIKE SHALER | Go Venue Magazine February 9th, 2024, at The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan was the place to be as Michigan native guitar virtuoso John 5 made a stop on his tour to perform his solo material to eager fans roaring to rock. Kicking off the night was Cage Willis, who brought a brand of Southern Rock that puts you in the state of mind of the dusty back roads of America. Cage delivers some soulful vocals as he wails away on lead guitar, with Andrew Logan plucking out the low end on bass guitar and Benji Koelling thumping the drum ..read more
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Acclaimed Singer-Songwriter Frank Turner Announces Undefeated Spring And Summer U.S. Headline Tour
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by Robert Chadwick
2w ago
Celebrated singer-songwriter Frank Turner has just announced his upcoming U.S. headline tour for May and June, produced by Live Nation. Kicking off on Thursday, May 23 at XL Live in Harrisburg, PA, Turner’s Undefeated Tour will feature his long-standing band The Sleeping Souls and hit markets across the south, midwest, west coast and east coast, and culminate in an appearance at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, June 22. The tour will feature support from Amigo the Devil, Bridge City Sinners and Micah Schnabel & Vanessa Jean Spe ..read more
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Nita Strauss Announces March 2024 U.S. Headline Tour Dates
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by Robert Chadwick
2w ago
It’s been quite a busy winter for guitar legend NITA STRAUSS and she is showing ZERO signs of slowing down. In fact, she continues to ramp up for 2024! Strauss is currently on the second leg of a national North American tour with Mammoth WVH, supporting her most recent solo album The Call of the Void, out now via Sumerian Records. Get it here. She is also is fresh off a televised performance of The National Anthem prior to NASCAR’s 2024 Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum. Today, the Los Angeles-born guitarist has announced a slate ..read more
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STEEL PANTHER Announce More “ON THE PROWL WORLD TOUR 2024” Dates
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by Robert Chadwick
2w ago
With Groundhog’s Day behind us (Phil didn’t see his shadow if you missed it) and as the world gets ready to celebrate another leap year on February 29, California’s greatest export, Steel Panther, is announcing additional dates to their On The Prowl World Tour 2024. The band comprised of Michael Starr (Vocals), Satchel (Guitars), Stix Zadinia (Drums) and Spyder (Bass) will kick off the tour on April 18th in Omaha, NE and run through May 18th where it wraps up in San Antonio, TX. The 21-city trek will make stops in Denver, CO (April 19); Seattle, WA (April 27); Nashville, TN (May 8) and Austin ..read more
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Thursday Brings ‘War All the Time’ to Showdown
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by Robert Chadwick
2w ago
REAGAN JOHNSON | Go Venue Magazine Thursday played at downtown Omaha’s Slowdown (very fittingly) on Thursday, Feb 1, 2024. They are touring with their 2003 album, War All the Time. Supporting acts for this date were Rival Schools and Many Eyes. First up for the night was Many Eyes. This is their first tour since the band formed in 2021. Keith Buckey of Every Time I Die, had the idea for the band after a month-long stay in a recovery center, according to the band’s website. Many Eyes wasted no time getting into their brand-new songs, and ge ..read more
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