Come out and see the most awesome anime convention Arkansas has to offer! Why is it so great? Well, Flameing Daeth Fearies are playing, for one! Check out the official flyer and the website to see what other great things are in store for AnimeCon Arkansas 2015!!
It’s that time of the year again. Time to help the children have a great Christmas. On Friday, December 5th, 2014 in the Little Rock’s River Market, the World Famous Rev Room will be hosting the Annual Toys for Tots Christmas Party. Santa will be there with some amazing door prizes! The last 5 years the turnout and the toy donations were amazing. We hope to do even better this year. Doors for the concert are at 7:00 and the music starts at 8:00. Come early and support the bands and the event. If you cannot attended the concert, you can drop your toys off at the Revolution complex on December 1 through 5. Burning Addison (Little Rock) Flameing Daeth Fearies (North Little Rock) - http://flameingdaethfearies.com/ Stella Lüss (Little Rock) - http://www.stellaluss.com/ G-Force (Little Rock) - https://www.facebook.com/djgforce Doors 7:00pm Show 8:00pm $10 or $5 w/new unwrapped toy All Ages
*Friday December 5, Rev Room presents the annual Toys for Tots Christmas Party… *$10 Admission/$5 with a new unwrapped toy. Doors at 7:00 8 to 9 G-Force Video DJ (and during band breaks) G-Force doing a video DJ show.. 9:20 to 10:00 Daeth Fearies 10:20 to 11:05 Stella Luss 11:25 to 12:25 Burning Addison
Sounds Like: Jet, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, Nirvana, KISS, Beck
Manager: Veronica Wirges
Bio: Flameing Daeth Fearies sound blends genres while embracing nerdcore culture. The band was founded in 2003 by singer/songwriter Rusti Majere, who was quickly joined by Zombie Hunter V with visual elements. The band established itself in the local scene, surprising crowds with their flair for the...See Full Bio
“In a land of mediocre music, one band stands as the shiny example that punk will never die and still reigns. That band is the Flameing Death Fearies. FDF serve as the first band to be spotlighted in my revitalization of the “Local Sounds” based on the sheer awesomeness of their band. To grab my attention as much as these guys have is really something because anyone will who knows me will tell you that rap is my preferred genre of music. However, FDF have showed me that I can enjoy rock music from time to time, and I have also come to realize that I quite a bit actually. Now FDF have been doing this quite some time now, but I am just now jumping on board and hearing about them. I can tell you it only took me about 10 seconds into my first FDF performance to fall in love.”