Sculley’s Shooters along with Arttie Parker and LNJ Music brings you a very cool music event coming this October (Friday the 18th – Sunday the 20th) to North Platte,Nebraska. Skull Fest is thirty-two bands over three days of incredible music in an intimate atmosphere that brings you face to face with the rock stars and music you grew up with. General admission tickets are $40 a day or $90 for all three days plus there are a limited number of VIP tickets as well (VIP $180, Platinum VIP $240, & “I’m With The Band” VIP $300 , a complete list of perks or to purchase tickets go to http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/7187/chk/8b5e or tickets can be purchased in person at Sculley’s Shooters in North Platte).
To get more info on Skull Fest go to our Facebook Event page https://www.facebook.com/events/520949311290225/?fref=ts or call Sculley’s Shooters at (308)-650-0000 /
Friday 10-18-13 headliner : Jack Russell of Great White
with special guests: Phil Lewis (the voice of L.A. Guns), Enuff Z’nuff, Hurricane, Joel Ellis (voice of Cats In Boots/ Heavy Bones),Simon Daniels & Michael Raphael of Jailhouse, Hollywood Roses, Scotty Dunbar with Burning Heat, & Paisty Jenny
Saturday 10-19-13 headliner: Kip Winger
with special guests: Ted Poley (the voice of Danger Danger), Marq Torien of The Bullet Boys), Ron Keel, Tang Down, MASS, Roxy Blue, Anthony Corder of Tora Tora, Stonebreed, Xander Demos, Hollywood Dirtbags, & Jaded Past
Sunday 10-20-13 co-headliners: Michael Sweet & Oz Fox of Stryper / Miljenko (the voice of Steelheart
with special guests: Oni Logan (Lynch Mob with Rowan Robertson (DIO), White Cross, Rhino Bucket, Vicious Rumors, Leatherwolf, InnerSiege, Faithsedge,& King James
Master of Ceremonies will be Justin Murr of Liberty N’ Justice
Jim Madonna for Mountain High Video Productions has put together a promo video for Skull Fest that can be viewed at
MONSTER ENERGY’S AFTERSHOCK FESTIVAL
FEATURING AVENGED SEVENFOLD, KORN,
PAPA ROACH, VOLBEAT, A DAY TO REMEMBER, HIM AND MORE
SET FOR SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15
AT DISCOVERY PARK NEAR DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO
ADDITIONAL HEADLINER TO BE ANNOUNCED JULY 1
“PRE-SHOCK” PRE-SALE OFFERS DISCOUNTED WEEKEND TICKETS JUNE 4-6
REGULARLY PRICED SINGLE DAY AND WEEKEND TICKETS
GO ON SALE JUNE 7
The second annual Monster Energy’s Aftershock Festival has expanded to a full weekend in 2013. The biggest weekend in rock to EVER hit the capital of California will take place September 14 and 15 at Discovery Park near downtown Sacramento, CA.
Northern California‘s biggest summer rock ‘n’ roll festival will feature two main stages, with rare area headlining appearances from Avenged Sevenfold and Korn, as well as a special additional headliner to be announced on July 1. Monster Energy’s Aftershock Festival will include a massive rock lineup, also with Shinedown, Megadeth, Papa Roach, Volbeat, A Day To Remember, HIM, Skillet, Buckcherry, Halestorm, Asking Alexandria, In This Moment, All That Remains, Falling In Reverse, Device, Steel Panther, P.O.D., Pop Evil, Otherwise, Airbourne, SOiL, Heaven’s Basement, Nothing More, and many others. Visit www.AftershockConcert.com for the most up-to-date festival information.
A special “Pre-Shock” discounted weekend ticket pre-sale for Monster Energy’s Aftershock Festival will take place from June 4-6, 2013 at www.AftershockConcert.com. During the pre-sale, a limited number of discounted 2-day general admission weekend tickets will be available for purchase for the following prices:
Tuesday, June 4: $69.50
Wednesday, June 5: $79.50
Thursday, June 6: $89.50
Regularly priced weekend and single day tickets, as well as VIP and hotel packages, go on sale Friday, June 7 at 10:00 AM PT at www.AftershockConcert.com, www.Ticketmaster.com and at all Ticketmaster outlets. Ticket prices will be as follows until June 17, when prices will increase.
Single Day General Admission: $54.50
2-Day General Admission: $99.50
2-Day VIP: $199
Revolver GA Ticket 4-Pack: $298 (includes a single one-year subscription to Revolver Magazine per 4-pack purchase)
VIP tickets include: a VIP entrance to venue; access to VIP lounge area featuring dedicated bar, beverage and food service; viewing of main stage (seated and standing areas); seated area with shade for dining and private restroom facilities; and a VIP guest laminate.
“After last year’s success at Discovery Park, the commitment from Mike Testa of Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau and the city, we believe Sacramento is a great home to build a multi-day destination music festival. I am excited to bring the biggest rock show in the past few years to the region,” says festival creator/producer Danny Wimmer of Danny Wimmer Presents.
“The economic impact tied to festivals of this magnitude is significant,” said Mike Testa, senior vice president for the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau. “For this year’s two-day event, when consumed hotel rooms and visitor spending and local attendance are factored in, we expect the economic impact to be the equivalent of a city-wide convention for Sacramento. That number is in the millions financially.”
Discovery Park is a 160-acre park conveniently located near downtown Sacramento, where the American and Sacramento Rivers meet. The Discovery Park boat launch allows boaters access to both the American and Sacramento Rivers,and the park features bike trials, picnic areas, and a playground. Discovery Park is located beside I-5 near downtown Sacramento. From I-5, take the Richards Blvd. off-ramp, then go west to get to the south entrance of the park, or follow the Garden Highway exit east from I-5 to find the north entrance. Signs denote the park’s location from I-5.
Gates for Monster Energy’s Aftershock Festival open at 11:00 AM each day.
Monster Energy’s Aftershock Festival is produced by Danny Wimmer Presents, producer of Welcome To Rockville in Jacksonville, FL, and a partner in the biggest rock festivals in America, including Rock On The Range in Columbus, OH, Carolina Rebellion in Charlotte, NC, Epicenter—Southern California’s Rock Festival, as well as the Rock Allegiance Tour.
Platinum-selling Texas quintet Flyleaf have just announced a string of Summer co-headlining tour dates with P.O.D kicking off on July 13th in Kenosha, WI and wrapping up on August 10th in San Diego, CA. Flyleaf bassist Pat Seals talked about the upcoming tour saying, “Flyleaf is very excited to hit the road this Summer with P.O.D.! Opening for them in 2005 on the Fall Brawl Tour was a very special experience for me, being a fan of the band since the release of “The Fundamental Elements of Southtown.” P.O.D. live is always explosive and heartfelt – it will be a privilege to share the stage once again.”
Loudwire spoke about new singer, Kristen May on her first tour with the band saying she “hit the stage with spunk and charisma. May has her own unique style and vocal deliverance, which was still both hardhitting and melodic. The singer also seemed incredibly comfortable with her new band mates onstage.”
The tour supports Flyleaf’s latest release, New Horizons, as critical acclaim keeps pouring in. Alternative Press gave it a 3-out-of-5 stars, ARTISTdirect called the album, “Best album to date,” and Bloody Disgusting extolled is as “Fantastic.” Fans can pick up the album on iTunes now.
Tour Dates w/ P.O.D
07/13 Kenosha, WI – Brad Stop
07/14 Joliet, IL- Mojoes
07/16 Dayton, OH – McGuffy’s House o f Rock
07/18 Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
07/19 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head
07/20 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
07/21 Philadelphia, PA – TLA
07/23 Boston, MA – House of Blue
07/24 New York, NY – Highline Balroom
07/26 Luzerne, PA – Brews Brothers West
07/29 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
07/30 Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theater
08/01 Midland, TX – Rock The Desert (Flyleaf Only)
08/02 Dallas, TX – Trees
08/04 Amarillo, TX – Midnight Rodeo
08/06 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
08/08 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
08/09 Los Angeles, CA – House of Blues
08/10 San Diego, CA – House of Blues
On the release date of Alice in Chains’ fifth album, The Devil Put The Dinosaurs Here, I thought a couple of the band’s recent clips were appropriate. The band has done a great job capturing their classic sound (minus Layne Staley, God rest his soul) on the songs “Hollow” and “Stone”. Check them out!