Watch: Logic Debuts Unreleased Song At Penn State Concert

Watch: Logic Debuts Unreleased Song At Penn State Concert

Logic won some karmic points for his ability to make lemonade out of bad situation. Last night, Logic was the headliner at the Movin' On Festival at Penn State. Unforeseen thunderstorms led to organizers pulling the plug on evening's performances. Many of the fans in attendance made the pilg
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Local Promoters Celebrate 4 Years With Concert At Main Stage

This Friday is Main Stage's monthly “First Friday's Dance Party” with DJ ill.Ego. DJ ill.Ego's performance roots began at Cottonwood's Main Stage and have seen him garner a thriving and ever-growing fan base not just in the Verde Valley but throughout Arizona. Ill.Ego has been begun
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Get $20 tickets for a bunch of upcoming Denver concerts for National Concert Week

DENVER – If you're looking for cheap music tickets to more than two dozen live shows in Denver this summer, it doesn't get better than this. Live Nation is offering $20 tickets to more than 2,000 of its shows across the nation as they celebrate National Concert Week, which runs from 8 a
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Peter Pan Park alive with music Sunday, thanks to ESU concert

Peter Pan Park alive with music Sunday, thanks to ESU concert. By Alex Turley April 29, 2018 0 0. font size decrease font size increase font size; Print · Email. ESU choirs perform at Peter Pan Park Amphitheater as fans look on. Alex Turley/KVOE News. Music could be heard at Peter Pan Park on Sunda
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Comedians apologize for joke described as racist at Humboldt Broncos tribute concert

SASKATOON—An American comedy duo is apologizing for a joke they made at a tribute concert for the Humboldt Broncos hockey team that was described as racist and inappropriate by some concertgoers. Bruce Williams and Terry Ree, who refer to themselves as “The Indian and the White Guy,”
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Free Concert Held For Superior Refinery Explosion First Responders

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After working hard Thursday on the Refinery explosions in Superior, Wisconsin, first responders were treated to a free concert Saturday night. The concert was at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. All first responders, Red Cross volunteers and employees of Husky Energy
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