Louisville’s very own Expo 5 will showcase metalcore giants All That Remains, along with Hatebreed, on December 8th, 2011. This still largely unknown venue, located on 7th Street Road in the southend, has become a popular concert tour stop for many established metal acts. Bands such as Down, Five Finger Death Punch, Children of Bodom and Black Label Society have all graced the stage at this unique venue! Expo 5 offers the ability to host live shows both indoors or outdoors depending on the time of year. The place also features a 12,000 sq. ft. music hall, Hooplas sports bar, a gameroom and more than ample parking space. Outdoor shows are held on a four acre lot and are always general admission.
Two cities combined together to form what is present day Torun. They are old town and new town. The old town is known for a big castle constructed by a Teuton king in 13th century. It was a trading post around which developed the new town.
Summer is getting into gear, and here come the bands. Make sure to stop by the National Alternative Music Examiner page next week (or keep in touch on Facebook) for coverage from Houston’s Free Press have a peek here, which includes artists such as The Postal Service, Bassnectar, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, and Passion Pit.
Celebrating another successful year, Bethlehem is again showing free outdoor movies at various parks. They may not be the most current movies, but, folks that have gone have raved about the experience. Personally, I think it’s pretty darned romantic!
Printed day dresses are what we wish we could wear every day of festival season. Have some fun in the (fingers crossed) sun in these Ruby Rocks dresses. It adds the perfect amount of kitsch and colour to your capsule wardrobe.
If your show is to be held on a parking lot, set up is easy. Just allow two parking spaces for each booth. Nail a piece of cardboard to a scrap of 2×4, and mark the booth number. The night before the show, place these markers in the parking spaces.
Try booking your flights online when traveling by air. Make use of online fare-tracking services. They can help in checking specific routes for change in prices.
This is just a starting point to jump on as you plan your Ocean City vacation, undoubtedly you’ll find many more new and exciting things to add to the list. So, make sure to plan a few of these into the itinerary, and get on over to Ocean City. After all, adventure waits for no one!