Thu, Mar 28 On Sale: Jan/2

The Masquerade Presents

The Suppy Nation Tour

The Story So Far | Man Overboard

Tonight Alive | Citizen | The American Scene


6:00 PM | $12.00 ADV | All Ages


The Story So Far

The Story So Far are the West Coast’s brightest star in pop punk. Based in San Francisco Bay Area’s East Bay the band has developed a rabid following, routinely running up and down the coast.

Under Soil And Dirtis the band’s debut full length. It follows up two highly acclaimed EPs, the most recent of which being a 7 inch split with Maker. While it’d be easy to lump TSSF in with some of the other pop punk bands making waves, Under Soil And Dirt pushes the band out of the conventional box.

While the album is catchy and full of melody it often tows the line between hardcore and hard rock all while clearly making a statement about the band’s punk rock leanings.…

Man Overboard

Man Overboard, since their inception, has always been a band influenced by and representatives of their scene. From playing shows in sweaty basements across America to clubs around the world, the band has always believed in a DIY ethic that has helped create the culture that now surrounds the band.

Band members Justin Collier (guitar), Zac Eisenstein (lead vocal/guitar), Wayne Wildrick (guitar), and Mike Hrycenko (drums) played together in different bands during their high school and early college years in the New Jersey / Philadelphia area. Eventually, Collier, Eisenstein, Wildrick joined up with Nik Bruzzese (lead vocals / bass) to form Home Again, before eventually changing the name…

Tonight Alive

“We were just teenagers when we started playing together in our parent’s garages in the Sydney suburbs,” smiles Tonight Alive frontwoman Jenna McDougall.

A little bit older and a whole world wiser, today Tonight Alive are a band brimming with energy onstage and off – bursting with stories from the road and with a lust for life that overflows into their lyrics, their music and their explosive live shows. Today they’re a family so close-knit that it seems almost unthinkable that there was a time when the band didn’t know each other, but as guitarist Jake Hardy explains it was a mutual passion for music that caused the members to gravitate towards each other through their local…


Since first meeting as midwestern high-schoolers in 2009, Citizen have emerged as one of the most promising young bands in the alternative underground today. The band signed to Run For Cover Records in early 2012, releasing their EP Young States that year as well as a split with labelmates Turnover. In February of 2013, Citizen entered Studio 4 with producer Will Yip (Title Fight, Circa Survive, Daylight) to record Youth, their debut full-length. From the first note of album opener “Roam The Room”, the fuzzy, guitar-driven rock songs bleed emotion straight through to closer “Drawn Out”. Citizen have called on the ghosts of Brand New and early Nirvana, creating a sound…

The American Scene
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