Brought to you by: Gravity Given Productions, LLC, Forward Productions, Gashouse Radio, Reji B. Photography, Desoto Audio and Lighting, Your Local Note, Support Homeless Veterans, Uber , Rock on Philly+ More TBA We're back! The 2nd Annual Summer Kickoff Festival Dave & Buster's Dockside! Only $10! ALL AGES! Doors at 11:00 AM. Drink specials all day! The grill will be fired up all day serving up fresh burgers, dogs, chicken sandwiches and more, directly from Dave & Buster's kitchen! PROMO OFFER: We have partnered with Uber for Dockside Bar at Dave & Buster's to offer all new users a free ride, up to $20, using the promotional code GRAVITYGIVEN. Uber is an iPhone/Android app that lets you tag your location and summon a professional driver to your side within minutes. Once in the car, the driver will take you wherever you need to go.The fare is billed to your card, with no need to tip, so you don't have to worry about handling cash. Just go to the link and below and sign up using the promotional code GRAVITYGIVEN. You'll be riding in no time at all. uber.com/go/GRAVITYGIVEN **If any local, regional or national companies are interested in sponsoring an event, please email email@example.com and we will work out a package.** Featuring: The Jawn John the Conqueror Overcoming Gravity Cold Roses Yeah Son Siravo Zymotic Flow Rodger Delany - Music (Full Band) Venice Sunlight Midnight Mosaic Paulette Branson & Mixed People Sonnder The Parsnip Revolt
grand opening show !!
By popular demand after two performances of this show last year, World Cafe Live at The Queen is excited to present this Tribute to George Harrison! Join us as singer-songwriter Charlie Phillips hosts a troupe of local musicians who will perform an evening of “Harrisongs”, spanning the breadth of his songwriting career from The Beatles to his solo works. Performing along with the Charlie Phillips Band will be other local musicians and bands including 12 Mile Circle, Derek Chafin, Mike Clagett, Elwood James Band, Justin DePaola, Nik Everett, Jerry Hludzik, Parsnip Revolt, T. Rock Phillips, Kyle Swartzwelder, and Zorro Gato.
Sounds Like: Coldplay, Kings Of Leon, U2, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters
Bio: Striving for perfection can be a detailed and hard earned journey. The biggest critic of any musical group is usually themselves. The Parsnip Revolt is that very scenario in motion; many times starting a project from scratch in an effort to steer it into the proper lane. With their new album, A S...See Full Bio
The Parsnip Revolt has a show on 06/07/2014 at 12:00 PM @ Dave & Buster... in Philadelphia, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/p/6HztEA #concert
"Earnest, wistful and undeniably radio-friendly, the Parsnip Revolt offer soulful feel-good rock melodies with widespread appeal."
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Q: As any fan, very curious of the bands name. Like the album title, there must be a reason behind the name.
A: The name kind of just appeared in my head for some reason. Not knowing much about the parsnip I later did some research and found that people used to eat them all of the time... until the potato came to the party. It is now our job to revolt and bring the parsnip back onto our plates. -Geremiah
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