Travis Scott has announced a second leg of his “ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE” tour. It will make a stop at KeyBank Center on Thursday, February 28 at 7:30pm.
Set to be some of his most explosive performances yet, the second leg of the tour follows an initial leg that included dates at historic venues like New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Los Angeles’ The Forum, with a special homecoming ASTROWORLD Festival in Houston that took place on November 17th.
The Houston rapper’s live shows have become the stuff of a legend with Billboard writing “Travis Scott’s penchant for raging, off-the-wall live shows have become an essential part of his career.” Speaking about the early shows of the first leg of the “ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE” tour, Complex says, “this show is worth whatever effort you have to put forth to catch it.”
Tickets go on sale Thursday, December 20 at 10:00am. Tickets are $129.95, $99.95, $79.95, $59.95 and $39.95 (includes $4.50 facility fee) and can be purchased at the KeyBank Center Box Office, online at www.tickets.com, or by calling 888-223-6000. A random handbill policy will be in effect. A limited number of handbills are available now. All tickets subject to applicable service charges and fees. No service charge applies at the KeyBank Center Box Office. Dates and times subject to change without notice.
Adrian Belew is the world’s greatest experimental whammy twang bar, czar rhino and stunt guitarist extraordinaire. With a resume that features some of the biggest names in music including David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, King Crimson, Talking Heads, Paul Simon and Tori Amos, Adrian is famous for pushing the boundaries of the guitar in both technical and tonal exploration.
Thursday February 28, 2019 ESI Events Presents ADRIAN BELEW With SAUL ZONANA
7pm Doors | 8pm Show General Admission Event 21+ Admitted | 16+ Admitted With Parent
Art On Oliver Street- A Public Art Initiative CALL FOR ARTISTS!
Deadline for Submissions: Friday, March 1, 2019 at 5PM
Lumber City Development Corporation was awarded funding through the OATH Community Benefit Fund to fund public art on Oliver Street. This initiative known as “Art on Oliver Street” will officially launch in Spring 2019.
This is a 3-part project that will include:
1. Installing approximately 24 reproductions of artwork in the windows of vacant and underutilized storefronts on Oliver St. between Thompson & Wheatfield Streets.
2. The creation of a 3D installation display in a storefront on the corner of Oliver & Thompson Streets.
3. The creation of a mural by Chuck Tingley at the DHU Strand Theatre located at 540 Oliver Street.
**We are seeking artists who wish to participate in this program. Please refer to the Call for Artists submission forms via the link below for more information.
All entries are due on March 1st 2019 at 5 PM, and the selection process will begin mid-March 2019. All submissions must be submitted via email (see the calls for work below for more info).
Through this project, we hope to create a “walking art gallery” on Oliver Street which will not only immerse pedestrians in the local arts community, but will bring attention to buildings, promote walk-ability, and beautify this key corridor in North Tonawanda.
View the calls for work here: http://www.project308gallery.com/public-art-on-oliver.html
White hot rock in the deep of winter with touring band Sutphin from Wichita, Kansas. Post-punk, high energy, brick rock. https://sutphin.bandcamp.com/album/medicine-machine
First up will be Tines. Hard Prog, Proto Metal, seventies style. Latest release: https://tinesrock.bandcamp.com/track/playing-by-the-diamonds
Then Soul Butchers will deliver the goods with their hard rock, country-blues, punk-funk sensibilities. These charismatic rockers are always a crowd pleaser. https://soulbutchers.bandcamp.com/album/18-wheeler
Sutphin goes on third, followed by Facility Men “Abandoned warehouse rhythms”. Riff-driven, post-hardcore, discordant-yet-melodic punk. https://morepowertapes.bandcamp.com/album/facility-men