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RCM is proud to announce ROCK THE FORGE 2015! If you've ever been to Rock The Forge then you know that it's an all day festival featuring your favorite local and regional artists all to benefit the upkeep and revival of RCM. This year due to circumstance out of our control we will not be able to hold Rock The Forge at RCM. Instead the folks at South Broad have been more than generous in allowing us to use their space until RCM is reopened. This will still be an amazing show with over 30 acts! This year the acts include... Survay! Says May Weather Dreamcatcher Audiostrobelight Distress Call (Formerly "The Eleventh Hour") The Reset Mike Frazier Passages Skyward Young Poet Space Pimps Awaking Mercury Joel Musser Rachel Grahl AJ Zimmerman Genevieve Moore Mount Fuji and the Galaxy Julia Martirano Goodnight Mr. Narwhal Lauren Greenwood Lightweight Twelve Helpers Matthew Memento Zack Uchima Samuel Powers Ages Aaron Mong Nate Weis Hunter Taylor My Heart, My Anchor Dogwood Tales The show begins at 11am and runs until 11pm. Doors are at 10am and will be $12.00 at the door. No tickets will be sold in advance. There will be absolutely no alcohol, or drugs at this show. Smoking is permitted outside only. As always please be respectful of the venue, and remember that this is a church, treat it as such.
Bio: "The guys in Audiostrobelight are doing things big. Incorporating a violin, keyboards, and the occasional mandolin, Audiostrobelight’s pop-rock attack is certainly full. It is also irrefutably infatuating. But do not think for one second that the Virginia Beach quintet is anything but dead seriou...See Full Bio
“The members of Virginia Beach’s Audiostrobelight originally earned notoriety as promoters, not musicians. “We used to book shows every weekend with all the bands in our hometown, just for the satisfaction of knowing good shows were happening,” says bassist/vocalist Kris Lynch. Describing their sound as a “juicy blend of high-energy pop-punk and unrelenting, freshly-squeezed rock” in the vein of Motion City Soundtrack, Fall Out Boy and Four Year Strong, he says the quintet plan to spend 2012 supporting The Whole Shebang!, their most recent EP.”