Concert announcements: Nightwish, Krill, Mourn, Young Rising Sons, more
You can check out a whole summer's worth of concert listings when our annual Summer Guide hits stands tomorrow ... but concert announcements never sleep, so here's a few more to add to your extended calender!
On August 8, Young Rising Sons plays at Stage AE with Hunter Hunted ($15, on sale Friday)
Very early warning: Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall hosts Nightwish, February 24, 2016 ($46.50-100, on sale now). Jonny Lang also plays that venue a little earlier, September 26 ($35-59, on sale now); and Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox stops by November 17 ($25-40, on sale Friday).
The Church comes, fittingly, to Altar Bar August 12 ($25-125, on sale Wednesday). Also at Altar Bar: Snow Tha Product, August 4 ($10-12, on sale now); Led Zeppelin 2, July 31($15-20, on sale Friday).
You, Me and Everyone We Know plays at the Smiling Moose July 10 with The Press War, August Is Home, Across State Lines and Salvage the Tongue ($10-12, on sale now); First Blood plays the Moose on June 16 ($12-14, on sale now).
Boston's Krill plays new-ish Lawrenceville venue Spirit, July 28 ($8-10, on sale now)
MOURN comes all the way from Barcelona to play Cattivo, July 21 ($10, on sale now)
July 28, GIVERS appears at Club Cafe with Aero Flynn ($13-15, on sale Saturday).
At Mr. Small's on June 4, RAW Pittsburgh presents the visual art, film/video, fashion, music, performing art event Splendor ($15-20, on sale now). Also at Small's: The Show plays twice, July 10 and 11 ($15-20, $25 two-day pass, on sale May 29); and My Cardboard Spaceship Adventures plays a record release show on July 12 ($10, on sale now)
On June 12, The Ugly Beats are joined by the Hi-Frequencies as part of Get Hip Records' Sound Series. Check them out at the label's headquarters in RJ Casey Industrial Park.
The Ugly Beats