OC Weekly , KROQ Roq N' Surf, Bowlmor Lanes & The District present
OC Weekly's Summer Carnivale
Headshine, The Tequila Worms
2405 Park Avenue
Tustin, California, 92782
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM (event ends at 11:00 PM)
This event is 21 and over
Join us for our Summer Carnivale June 2nd at Bowlmor Lanes at The District! Celebrating OC Weekly's Summer Guide- The official guide to beach and summer lifestyle in OC!
Tickets are limited, so buy yours now! www.ocweekly.com/summer
Enjoy DJs, Video DJ, live bands, food tastings, beer & spirits tastings, vendors, games, drink specials, bowling and much more!
At Bowlmor Lanes and outside in the Promenade at The District at Tustin Legacy.
Food tastings offered from Bowlmor Lanes, Sapporo, Cayman Jack Ultra-Premium Margaritas, Blackmarket Bakery, RA Sushi, Bluewater Grill, JT Schmid's and more!
Performances by Headshine :: The Tequila Worms :: DJ E-Rock :: DJ Krispy :: DJ Daybreak :: More TBA!
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Miracles for Kids.
Miracles for Kids is a non-profit organization based in Orange County, California. Their mission is to improve the lives of children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. For more info visit www.miraclesforkids.org, or like them on Facebook- www.facebook.com/MiraclesForKids.
Tickets are only $10 online. This is a 21 and over event.
For updated info and to buy tickets, go to www.ocweekly.com/summer
Mixing acoustic coastal-rock and a feel-good vibe, Headshine takes you on a free spirited ride up the coast with a soundtrack of life, love and the space between. In spring 2009, a song that RAS wrote, sang and played on acoustic guitar caught the ear of producer Jim Perkins (Big B, Scott Russo, Cisco Adler, Kaleo of Pepper, Everlast). Jim showed the one-take demo to his business partner along with some other close friends in the music industry. For some reason, they wanted to hear more.
Within a few weeks several new songs got the green light and the project developed. At our first show something came alive inside and began to radiate. It was like the feeling you get when you catch the perfect wave. It is what we now call Headshine, and it's about good vibes. Listen to the music and your head will shine.
With a fresh California sound and songs about living life to the fullest, this emerging artist from Huntington Beach is now earning the love and support of fans from touring across the west coast, mountain and midwest regions. After recently opening for iconic bands such as England's renown English Beat, pop-punk’s Less Than Jake, national rock band Lit, The Supervillians, Sashamon, Prezident Brown and Jamaican reggae legends The Wailers, better things are coming and the future looks bright.
Performer Magazine highlights the best independent music acts from the U.S. and is dedicated to being the first to introduce you to artists you should know about. As the nation's largest nationally distributed musicians' trade publication Performer Mag recently said, "The Huntington Beach singer/songwriter has cultivated a surfer/acoustic sound with a touch of reggae and California sunshine. With the backing of major-label producer, Jim Perkins and with the premiere of his first single "Better Things" on San Diego's 91X, things are definitely looking up."
Headshine is continuing to grow in the college market with concerts at San Diego State University, Cal State University Long Beach, Whitworth University in Spokane Washington, Idaho State University, Fresno State University, Southern Illinois University and Cal State University Fullerton. Their debut iTunes release titled: Better Things has become a local favorite on 91X, Sophie103.7, 102.1 KPRI, 92.9 KJEE, and the band has recently performed events with 93.3 KTCL, X107.5 KXTE and 94.1 KSLG in Humboldt.
Headshine just performed live on television at Sundance Film Festival in Utah, and was also featured in a new commercial by Metrolink. KROQ recently interviewed the band after they returned from a national tour to open for The Wailers @ House of Blues Anaheim. Headshine received 2 nominations from the 2012 OC Music Awards and their new song "High On Life" was featured by Surfline / Billabong in a video with US Open Surf Champ Brett Simpson that received 125,000 views. Rip Curl is now featuring music by Headshine in the 2012 Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach in Australia. Headshine is finishing a new record with producer Jim Perkins and we have some big shows coming up, so feel free to add a comment and let us know what you think now on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.
The Tequila Worms
Origin: Anaheim, Ca.
Genre: Instrumental Rock n roll, surf rock, garage. rock, rock n roll.
The Tequila Worms is a California Surf Rock n Roll band that formed in Anaheim California in late 2004. Their Current line up consists of Carlos Gonzalez (bass) Rolando Salas (guitar) Ulises Gutierez (Guitar) Travis Stuckhoff (drums).
The band released one studio album “Cantina” (David Irish @ Pot’o Gold Records) , over 5 compilations, and a soon to be released live album.
Heavily influenced by Punk rock & Surf music, the band started as a jam band doing mostly covers for friends backyard parties & private banquets. Soon enough they were sharing the stage with their favorite bands & biggest Influences such as Agent Orange, Deadbolt, Calavera, Satans Pilgrims, The Ghastly Ones, Slacktone, John Blair & many more.
$10 presale, $15 at the door
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