Gates 11am Music 12pm 16 bands for $10 -amazing outdoor venue -ice cold beer -chicken BBQ -all ages admitted (21+ w/ ID to drink) -lawn chairs welcome IF HOPE DIES ERA STONE SOUL FOUNDATION NASTY HABIT AFTER EARTH SNAPMARE THE AFRO NIPS OHNE KA & THE BURNING RIVER ONE STEP FROM FALLING AH! ETHERNAUTS DEPARTMENT WAGNER 3000 FEAST OF THE SUPERB OWL HUMAN LANTERNS BRIDGE UNDER FIRE CIVIL SERVANTS Sponsors, ticket outlets and more details next week.
So, there's an awesome no kill shelter in Syracuse called helping hounds that you may or may not have heard of, made up of hard working people who help more dogs than you can count go to good homes. Every penny made after paying for the venue is going to this cause. Oh yeah! We also got some great bands to play to keep you entertained! Ohne-ká and the Burning River The Flashing Astonishers How To Disappear Completely The Stonelord Brothers Mouse House Doors will be at 7 PM, music will start immediately at 7:30! No punk rock time! Also, we will have a keg or two and all money after the cost of the keg will go to Helping Hounds as well. It's going to be $10 at the door, or you get $2 off if you bring an unopened can of dog food or unopened dog toy. It's for the puppies, don't be a jerk! Come on out and have a great time!!!!!!
Sounds Like: Hum (band), Deftones, Russian Circles, Pelican, Red Sparrowes
Bio: Ohne-ká and the Burning River is life and death, happiness and sorrow, sun and rain, smoke and fire. All of these elements are portrayed through deliberate drums, crunchy bass, full stacked guitars and reverb soaked melodies. The band started in 2010 in the suburbs of Syracuse, New York, stemming...See Full Bio
Ohne-ká and the Burning River has a show on 05/29/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Funk N... in Syracuse, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5uzr7f #concert
"The night started off with instrumental group Ohne-ka and the Burning River. It’s always impressive when a lyric-less band can draw you in with language not communicated with words. Ohne-ka could. The group let the music eb and flow from intricate softer parts to explosive, hard rock and kept me guessing which way the music would turn."