Annual Charity Toy Drive hosted by Matthew Douglas benefiting local children in need.
A whole night of Punk Rock N Roll!
May 17th 2014!! Come one come all to Roanoke Mustache and Beard Club's first ever competition! We're planning a weekend full of fun for everyone involved with or without whiskers. These are the details so far and I will be updating this page regularly with more information about the weekend, the judges and other hairy stuff we're trying to pull off for the event. This is what is set so far. Tickets will start to go on sale by the end of the week and I will be posting that link as soon as I have it for you. Host hotel is in the works for you out of towners and party all nighters. Friday: meet and greet in beautiful downtown Roanoke at one of the finest low-life establishments I know. Beer deals will be available! Saturday Afternoon: Pub Crawl / Impromptu beard parade. This will set off around noon and include some of the most whisker friendly places in town. Be ready to strut your stuff with the rest of us! Saturday evening: At Martin's downtown the registration process begin and the Riverbank Ramblers will be playing their hardest to keep you folks intrigued and entertained. the competition timing will be updated very soon so please, keep an eye on this event page. Later in the evening the Jackal Tickets will be playing up a frenzy during our intermission.
Sounds Like: Operation Ivy, The Bouncing Souls, Against All Authority, Rancid
Bio: Jackal Tickets has been around the block since late 2009,we have strived to be an entergetic and fun band to see live since the beginning. We are bringing back the Op Ivy sound mixed with a modern twist, a horn section, and a lot of sing along anthems. We have not been busy but we work hard at do...See Full Bio
Jackal Tickets! has a show on 05/02/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Billy's Barn in Salem, VA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5sndj0 #concert
“In case you haven’t heard of Jackal Tickets, let me take a moment to shine some light down. The ska quintet from Roanoke, Virginia has been rocking for a couple years now, working hard to represent the glory days of ska-punk music, and they have done quite the job. Listening to some of their tracks, one is reminded of early Less Than Jake, Choking Victim, Operation Ivy, without sounding generic. They also remind me a little bit of this great band from Florida, Unit Six. The boys have created a unique sound while staying true to tradition. Get to know the band a little more by heading to their MySpace page, where you can listen to some songs the band recently uploaded. If you like what you hear, head here to ReverbNation, where Jackal Tickets is offering their CD up for free download. The band is playing a couple local shows in Virginia over the next month, so head to their Dying Scene Shows page if you’ll be in the area. ”