The Soap Girls’ first visit to Raleigh, NC exposed the band’s social and political beliefs, plus a whole lot more.
Venom Inc. proves they are still the masters of death metal with a blistering, career-spanning set worthy of their legendary status.
Noah Kahan is the voice people need right now to feel connected, understood, and part of a community once again.
Punk rock royalty and a rising new talent delivered high-octane mosh pit fuel for an evening well worth the wait.
Alter Bridge and special guests, Sevendust, set the bar for a hard rock performance with effortless musical perfection on the tour’s opening night.
Not rain nor hail nor dark of night could keep Raleigh away from welcoming Wilder Woods to a nearly sold-out performance.
Extreme metal legends, Carcass, ripped up Raleigh like the masters they are with a show equally as fun as it was loud and punishing.
The Residents continue to “hold up the underground since 1972” with an amazing multi-sensory, one-of-a-kind, genre-busting performance.
Greta Van Fleet triumphantly returns to Raleigh, NC to deliver their long-awaited Dreams in Gold Tour to adoring members of the Peaceful Army.
Celebrating a seminal album, They Might Be Giants once again proves the birdhouses in their souls are still aflutter with energy thirty years later.