It’s that time again! We’d like to share a few great $10 suggestions for folks looking for a cheap gig. Get more bang for your buck with our Ten Dollar Tuesday! The Features w/ special guests at The EARL, August 26 Birds of Avalon at Black Cat, August 28 JEFF the Brotherhood at DC9, August […]
It’s that time again! Check out all the great deals we have with our Ten Dollar Tuesday selection: Avi Buffalo at The Red Palace, July 28 311 Fan Party w/ Grassroots – 311 Tribute at Vinyl, July 29 Olivia Mancini & The Mates at Black Cat, August 12 Nappy Roots at Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack, […]
Every Tuesday, we here at Ticket Alternative will be highlighting some of our most affordable events that we have coming up with “Ten Dollar Tuesdays.” We have a special page set up HERE so you can see all the great gigs you can get for only 10 bucks! They include: An Evening with Dead Confederate […]
Atlanta’s favorite rowdy chicks keep getting louder, especially with the release of their new gritty, screechy, heavily-eyelinered video for “Hurricane,” above. The Coathangers play The EARL in Atlanta on May 13… … and The Red Palace in Washington, D.C. on June 21
The Cave Singers
By Al Kaufman
Seattle is at it again. Not content to rest on their laurels as the birth of grunge, the Rainy City is now fostering a rebirth of the organic folk-rock scene. It is a sound that has been led by Fleet Foxes, and The Cave Singers are not far behind. Read more about CD Review: The Cave Singers — No Witch; Playing The EARL, March 23 and The Red Palace, March 30 …
12 Desperate Straight Lines
By Ellen Eldridge
“Let’s start all over, go back to square one” is the line announcing the 12 Desperate Straight Lines release by Telekinesis. Michael Benjamin Lerner actually took the inspiration to buy a bass guitar from the heavy, fuzzy bass in Flin Flon’s A-OK and he used that inspiration to construct four more songs for the release when he returned from a trip to Berlin to find his band had abandoned him. Read more about CD Review: Telekinesis — 12 Desperate Straight Lines; Playing The Red Palace, March 12 and The EARL, March 14 …
How do you like to celebrate the New Year? Dance parties? Rock ‘n’ roll? Fancy VIP table service? A little bit of everything?
Well, lucky for you, here at Ticket Alternative we have a huge slew of New Year’s Eve events for you to choose from all over the country. Check out our list below for your 2011 entertainment:
5th Annual New Years Eve at ESSO Nightclub
John Abraham and The Atlanta Falcons host this epic Atlanta party at famed nightclub ESSO.
Beneath The Noise NYE at Center Stage Complex
The legendary party is back, and they’re bringing DJs galore – four different rooms to choose from, in fact. Not to mention a VIP Ultra Lounge with tasty treats and a premium open bar.
The Constellations at Smith’s Olde Bar
Atlanta’s premier indie rock super-group put on one helluva party, so what better way to rock in the New Year in the ATL?
DC9 has moved some shows to Rock and Roll Hotel, while affiliated venue The Red Palace has canceled several shows. Please check www.ticketalternative.com for details, and keep an eye on our blog and D.C.-dedicated twitter account @TktAlt_DC for up-to-date information.