The Second Annual Russell Sprouts Celebration of Life a benefit show presented by The Russell J. Efros Foundation

No Vacation, Surf Rock Is Dead
Robbins Lane Band, Drew Cooper & Wass with Special Guests (Battle of the Bands competition winner)

  • Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

  • Sat, November 16, 2019 | Doors 07:30 PM, Show: 08:00 PM

  • Advance: $20.00 / Day of Show: $25.00

  • 16 & Over

The Russell J. Efros Foundation   The Russell J. Efros Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created in loving memory of Russell J. Efros. The mission of The Russell J. Efros Foundation is to connect, assist, educate, incubate and fund emerging artists in the community. Our goal is to create a community space that bears Russell’s and the foundation’s name.  A place for artists to network, create, collaborate and share their talents. We will provide artists w

The Russell J. Efros Foundation   The Russell J. Efros Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created in loving memory of Russell J. Efros. The mission of The Russell J. Efros Foundation is to connect, assist, educate, incubate and fund emerging artists in the community. Our goal is to create a community space that bears Russell’s and the foundation’s name.  A place for artists to network, create, collaborate and share their talents. We will provide artists with the tools and resources necessary to achieve their dreams – a collaborative work-space which will include a resource center providing creative, marketing, wellness and legal assistance in addition to a performance venue and gallery are just a few of the exciting ideas we plan to bring to life through this project. Our goals and success cannot be achieved without your support.  With your help, we will soon be searching for a space for the foundation in the heart of Brooklyn.  The place that Russell loved and called home. For more information please visit www.therusselljefrosfoundation.com or e-mail hello@therusselljefrosfoundation.com.   No Vacation No Vacation began their wavy-gravy dream-pop journey in 2015 with a pair of successful mixtapes that quickly established a cherishable sonic identity of twangy nostalgia and cruisey shoegazing. Not long after the release of the Amo XO and Summer Break mixtapes, the budding San Francisco group disbanded indefinitely, playing among different lineups under various monikers before rebanding in 2017 under the name No Vacation. Although previously identified as "novice" in spite of the band’s enviable resume, No Vacation's surf-tinged talents and overall career clearly shatter such terse illusions. Impressively, No Vacation has maintained its core lineup over the years, keeping in tact the quintessence of their sound—a calm, warm exuberance draped with Sab Mai's signature subdued vocal style. And perhaps this is the key to understanding their new EP Phasing, titled in such a way that aptly captures the challenge of keeping oneself in phase with those around them. It's a balancing act that was first widely recognized when No Vacation broke through the noise with "Yam Yam," a pulsating, shoegazey pop number that has since garnered 25 million Spotify streams and counting. As the band's renown soared, they collectively packed up their lives and moved from San Francisco to Brooklyn, seeking to begin anew and enter their next phase as a group with a newfound, solid footing. Phasing is in some ways the purest distillation of the band's journey, featuring songs whose writing processes varied from years-long to weeks-long, demonstrating an artistic patience you can't quite teach or learn. What’s more is Phasing’s immaculate production, owing to the band's collaborative studio efforts which give the recordings a wonderful articulate sheen. Ultimately, Phasing is an instrumentally dynamic, multigenre foray that calls on the sounds of shoegaze and 90s alternative rock, even boasting string arrangements which hearken back to the Romantic Era. Phasing will be released on Topshelf Records on October 18, 2019.

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The Music of the Beatles for Kids

  • The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA

  • Sun, November 17, 2019 | Doors 11:00 AM, Show: 12:00 PM

  • Advance: $15.00 / Day of Show: $15.00

  • All Ages

Dinosaur Jr.
Easy Action

  • The NorVa, Norfolk, VA

  • Sun, November 17, 2019 | Doors 06:30 PM, Show: 07:30 PM

  • Advance: $23.00 / Day of Show: $26.00

  • All Ages

(Sandy) Alex G
Tomberlin, Indigo De Souza

  • Royale, Boston, MA

  • Sun, November 17, 2019 | Doors 07:00 PM, Show: 07:45 PM

  • Advance: $20.00 - $24.00 / Day of Show: $24.00

  • All Ages

WNRN Presents An Evening With

The Disco Biscuits

  • The National, Richmond, VA

  • Sun, November 17, 2019 | Doors 07:00 PM, Show: 08:00 PM

  • Advance: $35.00 - $45.50 / Day of Show: $45.50

  • 18 & Over

  • Boot & Saddle, Philadelphia, PA

  • Mon, November 18, 2019 | Doors 07:30 PM, Show: 08:30 PM

  • Advance: $13.00

  • 21 & Over

A Day To Remember - The Degenerates Tour
I Prevail, Beartooth, Can't Swim

  • Terminal 5, New York, NY

  • Tue, November 19, 2019 | Doors 05:30 PM, Show: 06:30 PM

  • Advance: $59.50 / Day of Show: $60.00

  • All Ages

***Special Event at Dominion Energy Center***

Goo Goo Dolls
Beach Slang

  • Carpenter Theatre, Richmond, VA

  • Tue, November 19, 2019 | Doors 06:30 PM, Show: 07:30 PM

  • Advance: $38.00 - $73.00

  • All Ages

XL102 Friendsgiving

Jimmy Eat World
Pronoun

  • The National, Richmond, VA

  • Tue, November 19, 2019 | Doors 06:30 PM, Show: 07:30 PM

  • Advance: $29.50 / Day of Show: $33.00

  • All Ages

  • Royale, Boston, MA

  • Tue, November 19, 2019 | Doors 07:00 PM, Show: 08:00 PM

  • Advance: $35.00 / Day of Show: $35.00

  • 18 & Over

Cannibal Corpse
Thy Art Is Murder, Perdition Temple, Eminent

  • Fête Music Hall - Ballroom, Providence, RI

  • Wed, November 20, 2019 | Doors 06:30 PM, Show: 07:30 PM

  • Advance: $25.00 / Day of Show: $25.00

  • All Ages

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