We are honored to be a part of the 5th annual Steampunk November!!! Remember, Remember Steampunk November! We are looking forward to you joining us for our 5th annual Steampunk Festival Friday, November 13 - Sunday, November 15, 2015 Hosted at our own personal and private venue in the Mansfield area of the DFW metroplex. The Amber Inn Academy of Arts (and organic farm), 492 Cordes Dr, Mansfield Tx 76084 ENTERTAINMENT Live music, Afternoon Tea, Wine Tasting, belly dancing, burlesque, Tea Dueling, slam poetry, side show, and so much more! VENDORS We offer a wide range of vendors offering their wares, from clothes & accessories to pay to play archery & duels.
The Event will be occurring starting Friday November 13 at 7pm and run through Sunday November 15 DEVM will be performing in concert Saturday evening- Check Back for Time
The Event will be occurring starting Friday November 13 and run through Sunday November 15 DEVM will be performing in concert Saturday evening- Check Back for Time
The Church & Shadow Society present: Time Travelers Ball Featuring performances from: Eddie Confetti Ending the Vicious Cycle Marquis of Vaudeville Steampunk Gallery Doors at 9:00 Admission: $10 over 21 / $15 under 21 ($5 off with dog tags) $2 well drinks and bottled beer till 11:00. $3.75 from 11:00 till close.
Sounds Like: Peter Murphy, The Sisters of Mercy, The Cure, Echo and the Bunnymen, Bauhaus
Label: AFMusic - http://www.af-music.de/, afmusic
Manager: Blackmill Productions
Bio: Ending the Vicious Cycle is a gothic rock band from Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX area heavily influenced and compared to Bauhaus and The Sisters of Mercy, also drawing heavy inspiration from Jrock and Japanese EGA. The band was formed in 2009 by singer/guitarist Toby Rider. Originally from Tainan, Taiwan...See Full Bio
"Shades of the Cure, touches of Bauhaus, and the occasionally Wayne Hussey-esque guitar line, EVC is somewhat of an archetypal goth band. Where those who have come before have blazed trails they have set up shop, improving the landscape as they go. What they lacked in the Stage Frights' black tar heroin kick they make up in refinement and elegance."