The Vaccines may have gotten lost in the shuffle of Interpol and The Strokes, but don’t count out this English Indie band as the wild card. On their first headlining American tour to support their album Coming of Age, the Vaccines make a stop at The Fillmore on February 15th.
Hip-hop isn’t often a genre that advocates thrift shopping and gay marriage, that’s changing quickly. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, an emcee and producer duo from Seattle, are working to change that notion.
Signed to Rick Ross’s Maybach Music empire, Meek Mill is one of the hottest young artists in the country and lit up The Fillmore with a sold out performance this past Saturday.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre returns to The Fillmore for the first time since 2010 for a night this Friday, May 11.
A few years ago The Head and the Heart co-founder Josiah Johnson was just another Seattle transplant with a guitar at an open mike night. Three years later, his group is one of the most talked about acts in independent music on the cusp of worldwide mainstream success.
Young the Giant kicked off their second headlining tour with two sold out shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco this week. For a band that has only released one studio album (and almost a year and a half ago at that), Young the Giant is situated to have an explosive 2012.
One gets the feeling that J Mascis would rather plug in and let the music speak for itself instead of talking about his impact on rock music and his band Dinosaur Jr. Nonetheless, the soft-spoken frontman stops in San Francisco with the band on December 15 for a live interview with Henry Rollins at The Fillmore followed by a run through Bug, the band’s 1988 breakout album.
It should be a jolly holiday season for The Kooks, who are riding their breakout single “Junk Of The Heart (Happy)” through sold out venues across the U.S. The English rockers hit The Fillmore on December 13 before they take a break for the holidays. We have pair a tickets for one lucky winner.
Two days after releasing their new and highly anticipated EP Nightlife, Phantogram packed the Fillmore and played a sonically intense and visually stunning performance. Seamlessly integrating new tracks into their set list, the audience was entranced and uncontrollably captivated throughout the sold out show.