The Vanguard and Bros. Houligan Presents...
City Of The Weak (Floor Show!)
The Scars Heal In Time, Solidify, New Time Zones, Out of Sink (formerly known as Kick Tree)
222 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103
Doors 7:00 PM
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
City Of The Weak
From small town Montana to the streets of Minneapolis with a guitar and a fearless attitude. That's how it all started for firecracker Stef w/ an F as she began building City of the Weak 5 years ago as a teenager. Add fierce guitarist Brent Lindblad & powerhouse Cody on bass and they became the unstoppable force they are today. With festivals like Chicago Open Air, Northern Invasion, Warped Tour dates, South by So What?!, and Rock Fest under their belt, they are quickly becoming a crowd favorite at every live appearance. They began touring in 2012, and by Spring 2014 were rolling across the country full time, clocking around 120 shows a year. After being featured on EMG TV and receiving 900,000 views on their first five music videos, City of the Weak premiered their self-produced video for "Ungrateful" March 8th, 2017 on VEVO.
City of the Weak captures a modern rock 'n roll sound that is so perfectly defined, combining catchy pop melodies with rhythmic riffs and moving bass lines to create a genre of their own. They are best known for their intensity on stage, as well as their big personalities off the stage. Their first full-length album, produced by Craig Owens, will be available in 2017, accompanied by main stage performances at Rock USA & Rock Fest Cadott in July. Like Muen Magazine said, "City of the Weak is going to be a band to look out for in 2017 and beyond," and you're damn right they are.
The Scars Heal In Time
The Scars Heal in Time is a high energy rock band that features Sisters Kayla Smith and Tayler Smith. The band formed in 2010 and since then has played with National Acts, Toured the usa, Released an EP, Full length album, Appeared on Countless TV shows, Interviews and Magazine covers.
The world has a lot to offer us. The experiences available to us are infinite: places to explore and sights to see for the adventurous, foods and drinks to taste for the connoisseur, movies to watch and stories to read for the open minded, and so much more. We’re all unique, and we enjoy the world in different ways. Music is something that binds us together, though. Each person needs their own soundtrack, whether they’re working in the yard on that old truck again, feeling an adrenaline rush while cliff diving, unwinding in the car on the way home from work, or relaxing on the couch with their other half.
Because we understand the importance and power of music in the everyday lives of the people who make this great world go ‘round, we take it very seriously. We don’t just want to express ourselves through our music, we want to realize our potential and be the best versions of ourselves while we do it. From carefully considered lyrics to tight solos, from free expression on stage to smooth transitions, we give our all to Solidify our craft.
The name Solidify was chosen to keep things in perspective for us. It’s a reminder to stay humble because there’s always room for improvement. Our philosophy is self-evident on stage through our songs and performances as well as off stage in our dealings with people. Through a constant effort to master ourselves and our craft, we hope to Solidify a future wherein we can pursue our passion with as few distractions as possible.
New Time Zones
New Time Zones started as a four piece band out of Stillwater with original members David Rey, Harrison Duff, Otto Stevenson, and Ben Haack. Ben Haack moved away after graduating from OSU which left the band as a three piece instrumental until they acquired singer songwriter Justin Shelton. The next six months were spent writing and perfecting their sound. However, Otto Stevenson decided to move to Colorado which left NTZ without a drummer. Luckily they found Michael Mangum to fill the spot a few months after Otto had left.
Out of Sink (formerly known as Kick Tree)
Pop Punk band from Tulsa, OK
Formerly known as Kick Tree