Metro Station, Assuming We Survive, Avion Roe, Lancifer
Anytime Soon, Bro 4, Tug of War Machine, Austin Christopher, M.C. Pollock
45 Main Street
Stanhope, NJ, 07874
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:59 PM)
American Pop/Rock/Electro band formed in Los Angeles by Trace Cyrus & Mason Musso.
Assuming We Survive
Assuming We Survive is taking the world by storm, using raw passion and good old hard work has them becoming the new face of pop punk. Their roots run deep, rising up through the ranks from the local scene to national tours with big names such as Atreyu, Falling In Reverse, Attila, and many more. AWS was founded in 2007 by front-man Adrian Estrella and drummer Kris Pasos. The lineup is rounded out by bassist Joe Lawson with guitarists Phil Adams and Johnny Silva. By the time the band released their second EP “Get Busy Living”, they had already booked themselves on two Western United States tours; defining their ability to work hard and willingness to sacrifice for their craft. These tours built a massive following both local and abroad, earning them enough recognition to be invited onto “A Day To Remember’s” Self Help Fest in 2015. On top of these festivals, they have also played several Warped Tour dates in 2012, 2013 and 2014. 2015 and the 2013 Aftershock Festival. As well as getting invited on the Super Villains Tour with Falling In Reverse, Attila, and Metro Station as well as the Christmas Vacation Tour with Falling In Reverse and Atreyu.
We are a melodramatic rock band from Dallas, TX. This is only the beginning.
Hard work is no stranger to Los Angeles based Christian, straightedge Pop/ Dance/Hip-Hop artist Lancifer... From buying a one way ticket after his junior year in high school out of small town Sheridan, Wyoming to Nashville, Tennessee with less than $100 in his pocket to performing all over the world for crowds from arenas in Germany to hospitals in Thailand and a string of swaggy boss baller music videos with front flips and stunt fight scenes in the back of U-hauls, weather its writing and producing his own multi-genred original music, sneaking into the Golden Globe awards, winning MTV reality shows, going from dance choreography to a synthesizer solo, or flirting with your girlfriend... he kills the game, and yes that was one sentence.
Tug of War Machine
M.C. Pollock is a singer/songwriter and founder of music distribution company Keep It Swanky. Equipped with a recognizable tenor voice, M.C. draws upon contemporary styles including Garage, House, Pop, and RnB.
In April 2016, M.C. Pollock released "Thousand Times" featuring rapper IgnoVa on international streaming services. Exemplifying the braggadocio inherent in modern pop and hip hop music, “Thousand Times” tells the narrative of enjoying parties, women, and living life to the fullest. Since the song's release, "Thousand Times" has received critical aclaim from several music blogs, including "Minnesota Bangers", "Beat Hustlers", and "Dup Spot Records".
M.C. Pollock’s most recent solo single, “Tell Your Boss”, was released in February 2015 on platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play. “Tell Your Boss” has received acclaim from various popular music blogs, such as Sleeping Bag Studios, which described M.C. Pollock as “the ‘artist most likely to make you forget the existence of Jason Derulo.’” Beyond recording music, M.C. has frequented venues throughout the Tri-State/NYC area.
$30.00 - $75.00
$30 in advance, $35 cash at the door.
$75 VIP Meet & Greet includes admission.
$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for ages under 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.
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