This past January, Sam's stepdad had a stroke. He went in for a quadruple heart bypass and came out having suffered one during the surgery. He survived, but is a different person than who he was before the stroke, and life has been pretty challenging for Sam's family. You know what we have to say about that? Let's make a difference. Heart disease and stroke are the #1 and #4 killers in the US. The American Heart Association supports research, education, advocating for better health, improving patient care, and reaching populations at risk. 100% of the proceeds from this night will go to the American Heart Association. There's nothing Sam could want more for her 24th birthday than to spend it with you and be making a difference at the same time. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 on the day of the show. You can buy them from us directly, or get them online here: http://bit.ly/SamHeartsMusic This event is open to the public and we encourage you to bring as many people as you'd like! 8:00 Doors open 9:15 Karlie Bartholomew 10:00 Last to Fire 11:15 Who is Atlas? For more information about the American Heart Association, please visit www.heart.org
A 21 AND OLDER event IDs to be checked at gate Friday night: $25 Saturday: $25 Both days: $40 includes Camping!! Vendors and volunteers apply at email@example.com Our fifth annual Camp Down is in the works, can you believe this is our 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!?? Big thank you to all the bands and campers that have kept us going all these years, we are going to celebrate big this year! Once again we will feature two nights of live music, professional audio and stage lighting, and additional facilities & camping options. Of course, the enchanted forest will be illuminated for your delight and the bonfire will be raging; grab your tent and a good friend, then come on down to the farm for a weekend of top notch local music. Whiskey and the Kidney Stones Higher Education Paper Crowns Project Voodoo Pharmacology FatManCatBite Carl Reef Gatsby Swamp Donkey Newgrass Heavy Fred Last to Fire Wise Eyes VIB Late Riser's DUCRU Troll Tribe Straight Up Tribal Fractal Cat Cartoon Weapons Telesma Box Era SoulXchange FEATURING: Fire Dancers, Led Hula Dancers, bonfire, sky lanterns, cornhole, bring your favorite yard games. NEW FOR 2015- More local Art Vendors, Face and Body Painting, BACK TO THE FUTURE costume party on Sat night, Upgrades to the Enchanted Forest and MUCH MORE TO COME!! Food and drink info: BYOB NO GLASS We encourage you to bring extra water. Bring your own food! Looking into a food vendor, more details to follow. You may use propane camping cook tops and grills. There are to be no open fires lit in the camping areas. CAMP The property is large and scenic. Please bring a tent, pop-up, or RV and camp out Friday and Saturday night. Autumn camping is wonderful, but can get chilly at night. Consider this when choosing your clothes and gear. Bring a Sleeping Bag. NO OPEN FIRES The campground is a short walk from the stage, you may park your car next to camp. But, for safety reasons no vehicles will be allowed to drive in or out of the camping area after dark. So, if you plan on camping come early to set up. If you arrive after dark, you can still camp, but you will have to park elsewhere and hike your gear down
It’s not a party without delicious crabs, great friends, and entertainment. Back by popular demand, this Crab Feast includes an all-you-can-eat buffet including Maryland blue crabs; homemade Maryland crab and cream of crab soups; beef, turkey, and ham carving stations; BBQ chicken, Italian sausage, pulled pork, baked ziti, corn on the cob, potato salad and much more. A cash bar will also be available. After September 25, registration will increase to $45 for adults. At the door (space permitting), tickets will increase to $50 for adults and $25 for children. This event is free for children 4 and under.
Join Last to Fire as they bring their music to The Avenue in White Marsh as part of the Party on the Plaza series. Admission is free!
98 Rock’s FREE Outdoor Summer Concert Series is hosted on the pier stage at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. Matt Davis selects Baltimore's finest bands to take the stage each Thursday night. Don't miss Last to Fire on August 6th!
Sounds Like: Allen Stone, Band of Skulls, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Fitz & The Tantrums, Jamiroquai
Bio: Last to Fire started in the summer of 2012 when Jason Palumbo and Evan Ponter finally decided to form a full band with Jason as the lead vocalist after playing music together for two years. The genre of soul was quickly identified as the guiding light for musical decisions. A rock-inspired energy...See Full Bio