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Japandroids Unveil Summer US Tour Dates Surrounding Festival Appearances

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So by now, we shouldn’t have to explain to you how hard Japandroids rock. On the heels of last week’s blazing performance of “The Nights Of Wine And Roses” on Conan(Video of which you can check out here), the band has announce headlining dates in the US this Summer surrounding their various festival appearances. Supporting the band on tour will be Cloud Nothings in April and A Place To Bury Strangers for six dates in May and June. You can view the tour itinerary below, and see if you’re lucky enough to catch them.

 

Japandroids Spring/Summer US Tour Dates:

03/08 – New Orleans, LA // BUKU Music + Art Project
03/09 – Winter Park, CO // Snowball Festival
03/12-13 – Austin, TX // South by Southwest

04/12 – Indio, CA // Coachella Music Festival
04/15 – Santa Barbara, CA // Velvet Jones (w/ Cloud Nothings)
04/16 – Oakland, CA // New Parish (w/ Cloud Nothings)
04/17 – Oakland, CA // New Parish (w/ Cloud Nothings)
04/19 – Indio, CA // Coachella Music Festival
04/22 – Pomono, CA // Glasshouse (w/ Cloud Nothings)
05/24 – George, WA // Sasquatch! Music Festival
05/27 – Milwaukee, WI // Turner Ballroom (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
05/28 – Indianapolis, IN // The Vogue (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
05/29 – Lawrence, KS // Granada Theatre (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
05/31 – Austin, TX // Emo’s East (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
06/01 – Houston, TX // Free Press Summer Fest
06/03 – Baton Rouge, LA // Spanish Moon (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
06/05 – Carrboro, NC // Cat’s Cradle (w/ A Place to Bury Strangers )
06/08 – New York, NY // Governors Ball Music Festival
06/09 – Detroit, MI // Orion Music + More Festival
06/11 – Chicago, IL // Metro
06/13 – Manchester, TN // Bonnaroo Music  And Arts Festival
06/15 – Louisville, KY // Headliners Music Hall
06/16 – Pittsburgh, PA // Mr Smalls Theatre
06/21 – Baltimore, MD // Ottobar

06/22 – Dover, DE // Firefly Music Festival

Free Press Summer Fest Unveils 2013 Lineup

Free Press Summer Fest 2013

There’s a Festival Called “Free Press Summer Fest” that’s going to go down this year at Eleanor Tinsley Park in Houston, Texas June 1st – 2nd, has just released it’s 2013 lineup.

The upper tier names on the bill are The Postal Service, Iggy And The Stooges (Featuring Mike Watt on Bass) and TV On The Radio but the undercard isn’t bad either. Bands that don’t suck on the lower half of the bill include Arctic Monkeys, Japandroids, Of Monsters Of Men, Baroness, Social D, The Bronx , Grace Potter And The Nocturnals and added as of hours ago, UME. Hell you could even catch 2 Chainz if that floats your boat. Sounds good to me, who has a couch for me to crash on in Texas? For Tickets, head to the official festival website by clicking here. Full lineup below.

Free Press Summer Fest 2013 Lineup:

The Postal Service

Iggy and the Stooges

TV on the Radio

Passion Pit

Arctic Monkeys

Alabama Shakes

Cat Power,

Geto Boys

Japandroids

Baroness

Social Distortion

Of Monsters and Men

Bassnectar

The Men

Dawes

The Bronx

UME

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Kitty Pryde

Chairlift

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Calvin Harris

Mavis Staples

2 Chainz

The Head and the Heart

Matt and Kim

Milo Greene

Paul Banks

Borgore

SOJA

Japandroids Rock “The Nights Of Wine And Roses” For Conan

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Hard rockin’ Vancouver duo Japandroids stopped by Conan last night in Burbank.. and they kicked ass. Our day jobs sometimes prevent us from staying up late to catch all the hip acts on late night television.  Never fear, you can watch a video replay of their performance below courtesy of the fine folks at Team Coco.

Japandroids “The Nights Of Wine And Roses”

Orion Music + More 2013: Deftones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rise Against (And Metallica)

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We here at Concert Confessions would like to that Orion Music + More for putting together an awesome lineup in year TWO.  Coming to the lovely Detroit this year, the festival features the like of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones and Rise Against headlining along side festival curators Metallica. Other notables include Japandroids, Silversun Pickups, the FLAG version of Black Flag (How many years have people wanted Black Flag to tour now that they finally do there’s TWO of them?) and Death Grips. Check out the full lineup below, and for information on tickets and such just head to this link.

Orion Music + More 2013:

Metallica

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Deftones

Bassnector

Rise Against

Dropkick Murphys

Gogol Bordello

FLAG

Silversun Pickups

Foals, Tomahawk

Destroid

the Joy Formidable

Datsik, Borgore

Japandroids

Dillon Francis

Adventure Club

12th Planet

Death Grips

The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dirtbombs

Fu Manchu

the Bronx

FIDLAR

All Shall Perish

the Orwells

Cauldron

Dirtyphonics

DEATH

Battlecross

Check Out this photo gallery from last years festivities below:

2013 Firefly Music Festival Artists Announced

After a successful first year in 2012, Firefly Music Festival will return to Delaware this June.
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Highlights of the 2013 lineup include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and many more. You can check more of the notables below, as well as the  the complete lineup in the video under that.

Firefly 2013 Lineup:

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Vampire Weekend

Foster the People

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

MGMT

Passion Pit

Kendrick Lamar

Grizzly Bear

Alabama Shakes

The Avett Brothers

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Japandroids

Public Enemy

The Walkmen

Dan Deacon

Toro y Moi

Action Bronson

Azealia Banks

Foxygen

HAIM

Wild Belle

CHVRCHES

The Lumineers

Amanda Palmer

Dispatch

Matt and Kim

Ellie Goulding

Calvin Harris

Dr. Dog

The Joy Formidable

Atlas Genius

Big Gigantic

Django Django

Kishi Bashi

Hey Marseilles

LP

St. Lucia

Kopecky Family Band

JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound

The Neighbourhood

Robert DeLong

Imagine Dragons

 

Learn more by checking out the official website.

Sasquatch! Festival 2013 Lineup Announced

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The Sasquatch! Festival 2013 lineup has just been announced at the official Announcement Party at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle. The four night party over Memorial Day Weekend at the Gorge Amphitheatre always promises to be a good time and this year looks to be no exception.

Cody ChesnuTT came out to start the night, the first artist confirmation of the Festival. After his short set came “surprise guests” Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, who confirmed their own Gorge set for May after performing Thrift Shop, Same Love and Can’t Hold Us.

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(Macklemore live at the Neptune Theatre lineup drop)

After those the official lineup video was played for those in attendance (and those streaming online), the full lineup came to fruition:

Mumford & Sons
The Postal Service
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Sigur Rós
Vampire Weekend
The xx
The Lumineers
Arctic Monkeys
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Cake
Primus 3D
Empire of the Sun
Imagine Dragons
Bloc Party
Andrew Bird
Grimes
Dropkick Murphys
Built To Spill
Alt-J
Steve Aoki
Wake Owl
Disclosure
Toro Y Moi
ODESZA
Kingdom Crumbs
Theoretics
Nissim
Nancy & Beth
Youth Lagoon
Baauer
Lusine
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
Beachwood Sparks
Menomena
The Barr Brothers
Brown Bird
Luke Sital-Singh
Brett Gelman
Jenny Slate
James Adomian
The Presets
Azari & III
Bombino
Brothers From Another
Divine Fits
ZZ Ward
Four Color Zack
Nacho Picasso
ScHoolboy Q & Ab-Soul
Mike Birbiglia
Let’s Talk
OC Notes: “Golden Gods”
Danny Brown
Brody Stevens
Jon Daly
Hundred Waters
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Reignwolf
Holy Ghost!
JJ Grey & Mofro
Knowmads
Kyle Kinane
Laidback Luke
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Joe Mande
Nick Offerman
Rose Windows
RA Scion
Devendra Banhart
Sean Nelson
John Talabot
Red Fang
Peace
Willy Moon
Youngblood Hawke
Ryan Bingham
Azealia Banks
Telekinesis
Yppah
Indians
Atlas Genius
Japandroids
El-P
Matthew Dear
CHVRCHES
Robert Delong
Earl Sweatshirt
Killer Mike
Shovels & Rope
Radical Face
Shad
Wild Belle
P.O.S
Michael Kiwanuka
Deep Sea Diver
Death Grips
Twin Shadow
Torche
Dirty Projectors
Tame Impala
Solange
Surfer Blood
Suuns
The Tallest Man On Earth
DIIV
Caveman
Baths
Fang Island
Akron/Family
Father John Misty
Porcelain Raft
Shout Out Louds
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Elliott BROOD
Jherek Bischoff
Sea Wolf
Capital Cities

Governors Ball 2013 Reveals Star Studded Lineup (And Lame Headliners)

Governor's Ball 2013 Updated

Every year New York City’s Randall’s Island hosts it’s annual Governors Ball and this afternoon the 2013 line up was was announced, and it’s not short on the large names. Headlining is our first adventure, which has slots slated for Kanye West,  Kings of Leon and a “mystery” headliner (See Update Below). In the “acts that don’t suck” category we have ourselves Nas, Dinosaur Jr.,  The Avett Brothers, Gary Clark Jr., Death From Above 1979, Japandroids, Of Monsters And Men, Young The Giant and Kendrick Lamar. Weirdo favorites Animal Collective also making an appearance, along with Dirty Projectors, Bloc Party, Yeasayer and Crystal Castles. Tickets are on sale Friday January 25th at Noon EST and you can get them at GovBall.Com. For a full list of acts scroll below, and for more information you can head to the festivals official website.

UPDATE AS OF 02/07:

The mystery third headliner was announced this morning and it’s non other than the band currently touring under the moniker of Guns N’ Roses. So it’s official folks, you now have THREE lame headliners for Randall’s Island this June.

 

KANYE WEST

KINGS OF LEON

“GUNS N’ ROSES”

NAS

PRETTY LIGHTS

THE AVETT BROTHERS

GRIZZLY BEAR

THE XX

FEIST

KENDRICK LAMAR

BEACH HOUSE

THE LUMINEERS

THIEVERY CORPORATION

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE

CUT COPY

EDWARD SHARPE & THE MAGNETIC ZEROS

ERYKAH BADU

YOUNG THE GIANT

BLOC PARTY

BEIRUT

OF MONSTERS AND MEN

LOCAL NATIVES

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979

CRYSTAL CASTLES

AZEALIA BANKS

YEASAYER

GARY CLARK JR.

BEST COAST

DIRTY PROJECTORS

PORTUGAL. THE MAN

MIGUEL

DINOSAUR JR.

HOLY GHOST!

JAPANDROIDS

TWIN SHADOW

DIVINE FITS

ALT-J

DEERHUNTER

THE VACCINES

POLICA

STEEL PULSE

DILLON FRANCIS

TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS

PAPER DIAMOND

FUCKED UP

WILD NOTHING

ICONA POP

THE KNOCKS

HAIM

ST. LUCIA

FREDDIE GIBBS

GRIZ

ROBERT DELONG

MS MR

REIGNWOLF

SOLID GOLD

BEAR MOUNTAIN

SWEAR & SHAKE

CHERUB

PACIFIC AIR

THE REVIVALISTS

ROADKILL GHOST CHOIR

ON AN ON

THE RUBENS

RUBY VELLE & THE SOULPHONICS

MOON HOOCH

Fun Fun Fun Fest Releases 2012 Lineup

Fun Fun Fun Fest Releases 2012 Lineup

Judging by the name this should be a good time. Fun Fun Fun Fest is set to return to Austin Texas from November 2-4th 2012. The lineup is pretty incredible seeing as how it is topped by a reunited Run-D.M.C. One must assume with the 10 year anniversary of the death of Jam Master Jay the ground-breaking rap group may be going the hologram route much like Dre and Snoop did with 2Pac at Coachella 2012.

The rest of the lineup is down below. Three day passes are set to go on sale at 10:00 am CST on July 12th. Click here to check out the festival’s official website.

Japandroids Announce European Tour Dates

Japandroids Announce European Tour Dates

The title of this post may strike you as odd. I know most of our readers probably live in the continental US, and there are may be a sad, sorry few of you who’ve never heard Japandroids, but bear with me.

I’m not sure I’ve broken the news via CC-post yet, but in August I am moving to Vilseck, Germany, about an hour away from Nuremburg and two and a half hours from Prague. This means I get to see all the cool German shows (if they are close to me, which they won’t be) and the world-famous Rock Im Park festival. So with that, I leave you the European tour dates of one of my favorite bands of 2012, Japandroids. And if you haven’t heard them, I’ll leave a video down below for you to check out.

08-14 Ponte Do Lima, Portugal – Parades De Coura Festival
08-16 Dublin, Ireland – Workmans Club
08-17 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Mandela Hall
08-18 Skipton, England – Funkirk Estate Beacons Festival
08-19 Leicester, England – Summer Sundae Festival
08-22 Reykjavik, Iceland – Gamli Gaukurinn
08-24 Hannover, Germany – Bootboohook Festival
08-25 Dornstadt, Germany – Obstwiesen Festival
08-27 Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom
08-28 Dresden, Germany – Beatpol
08-29 Berlin, Germany – Magnet
08-31 Poznan, Poland – Minoga
09-01 Warsaw, Poland – Hydrozagadka
09-03 Budapest, Hungary – Akvarium
09-04 Vienna, Austria – Chelsea
09-06 Ljubljana, Slovenia – Kino Siska
09-07 Graz, Austria – Postgarage
09-08 Zagreb, Croatia – NKC Park
09-10 Prague, Czech Republic – Lucerna Music Bar
09-11 Munich, Germany – Feierwerk
09-12 Luzern, Switzerland – Treibhaus Luzern
09-14 Brussels, Belgium – La Chocolaterie
09-15 Leffinge, Belgium – Leffingeleuren Festival
09-16 Tilburg, Netherlands – Incubate Festival
09-18 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
09-19 Rotterdam, Netherlands – Rotown
09-21 Hamburg, Germany – Reeperbahn Festival
09-22 Munster, Germany – Gleis 22
09-23 Cologne, Germany – Luxor
09-25 Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
09-26 Aarhus, Denmark – Voxhall
09-28 Gothenburg, Sweden – Pustervik
09-29 Stockholm, Sweden – Strand
09-30 Oslo, Norway – John Dee
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFZSoAAEqYs

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