Category: concerts and events

A Paralandra Christmas Kansas Crossing Casino


Kansas Crossing Casino put on an epic performance of classic holiday rock hits last night featuring the Crawford County Philharmonic along with special musical guests Paralandra.

Photo Credit: Jeremy Scherle/Regional Entertainment

Paralandra already has several music festivals booked for 2020 keep an eye out for this fast rising band. This fast packed energy driven band delievers at every show they perform at.

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Jay and Silent Bob The Reboot Roadhshow Arizona 2019

The Reboot Show 2019


If you were a teenager in the early 2000’s, Jay and Silent Bob were probably stoner gurus for you. As we got older, Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith became our friendship goals. After two decades of enjoying their antics, we were finally offered a glimpse a little deeper.


I don’t go to the theater much unless someone begs me or I have unsettled debts from the days of dragging my male friends to chick flicks. I don’t need to see the animated memories of my childhood, well, animated again with a dash more realism. Nor do I rewatch many movies because I don’t like to do the same thing twice. So, admittedly, when director, Kevin Smith (who is also Silent Bob), described the Jay and Silent Bob reboot as “literally the same f*сking movie all over again”, referring to the 2001 comedy, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, I was hesitant to fork over my hard earned cash.


It only took the two titlecard stars announcing a tour where they would be participating in select early screenings as part of a road show to convince me to empty my piggy bank.

The tickets were a bit pricey, but nostalgia is a hard ticket item to value. As is interacting with the very characters you grew up smoking pot with, er, laughing to.  Fans began lining up hours early to try to snag closer seats with the queue quickly wrapping around the square below the club.


I can’t imagine a single one of them were disappointed.


While delivering dose after dose of reminiscence with cameos from the beloved characters of the View Askewniverse (the recurring settings and themes of Smith’s fictional world), the underlying message that was before more like the muddled weed-induced high of our youth had been transformed into one of wisdom, redemption and family values. But not so much so that the characters lost their central traits. There are still plenty of blunts to be passed around and enough of Jay’s off-color remarks to anger anyone in favor of a PC culture. Bob’s silence even got an update from the digital age.


To a crowd of backwards white baseball caps, trench coats and Bluntman and Chronic costumes, both men spoke with their typical goofiness before we all settled in for the show. They reappeared afterward for what will go in the record books as the most unexpectedly profound Q&A session I have ever attended, which is saying something since it is among dozens.


We learned that the potty-mouthed, horndog Jay character that we had always seen Mewes portray is in actuality a doting father who is brinking on a decade of sobriety after a heroin addiction and Smith himself could write an advice column on loyalty, health and gratitude.

Both remained warm, patient and engaged to their fans, despite a few drunken individuals eager to talk to their heroes.


The venue itself, Stand Up Live, was shockingly larger than what you would expect from an outside glance with a simple yet clean and elegant interior. It had the standard two-drink minimum that I’ve found many comedy clubs uphold, which (though not mentioned until after your purchase rather expensive tickets) wouldn’t have been a problem, as they had a fair variety of drinks, including gluten-free vegan options for this hippie, had the show not been delayed for two hours.


This gal has a grandma bedtime of roughly 10PM, so not even starting a show until 11:45 that was originally slated at 9:45 is a rough pill to swallow with that mandatory alcohol.


Still, I laughed, cried and finished the iconic lines of characters that will always have a special place in my heart.

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Pearl Jam 2020 Tour Dates


Pearl Jam have a busy 2020 ahead of them releasing the first of many tour dates overseas starting in June and wrapping up in July.

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Pearl Jam 2020 Tour Dates

Jun. 23 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle *
Jun. 25 – Berlin, Germany @ Waldbühne *
Jun. 27 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Lollapalooza Stockholm
Jun. 29 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena *
July 2 – Werchter, Belgium @ Rock Werchter
July 5 – Imola, Italy @ Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari ^
July 7 – Vienna, Austria @ Wiener Stadthalle +
July 10 – London, UK @ BST Hyde Park ^+
July 13 – Krakow, Poland @ Tauron Arena +
July 15 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena +
July 17 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion +
July 19 – Paris, France @ Lollapalooza Paris +
July 21 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome +

* = with IDLES
^ = with Pixies
+ = with White Reaper

Framing The Red Jan 10th The Meteor Gallery Arkansas


Framing The Red is coming to The Meteor Gallery in Bentonville, Arkansas January 10th 2020. This show will be sell out act fast get your tickets today

The Meteor Gallery
128 W Central Ave
Bentonville, Arkansas
(479) 268-1500
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Everclear January 25th Buffalo Run Casino

Everclear is set to perform at Buffalo Run Casino in Miami Oklahoma on January 23rd 2020.

Doors at 7 p.m.

Show 8 p.m.

Tickets only $31

Although the band hasn’t released a new studio album since 2015’s triumphant Black Is The New Black, Everclear continues to tour actively, in conjunction with a series of past-release anniversary dates and the annual Summerland Tour, which Alexakis created and has been running since 2012, featuring a rotating cast of ’90s alt rock favorites.

And while it’s a virtual surety that no Everclear gig is complete without a rendition of “Santa Monica” and “Father of Mine,” lately the band has found that exploring the full range of past material—especially the “deep cuts”—not only gives fans a rare treat, it also injects new life into the band’s live dynamic.

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