26 OCTOBER

Budderside

Doused in the (street) waters of Los Angeles, California, Budderside are fronted by Patrick Stone, who was with Adler’s Appetite before realizing the ultimate dream of his own band and singing his own songs to the world. Enter Michael “The Stoneman” Stone on bass, Rich Sacco on drums and Colin Reid on guitar to form a rock-solid band of brothers with instantly unbreakable bonds.  


Budderside manager, Todd Singerman of Singerman Entertainment (Motörhead), ensured the band went into Rosewood Strat Studio with producer Paul Inder Kilmister. And the result is a searing-hot, self-titled debut album “BUDDERSIDE”, that was released last fall and was officially launched with the video for their first single “Pain”. Since, the band has released “Open Relationship’ and “Genocide”, both hit songs with incredible videos, toured Europe, played Wacken Open Air to 80K fans and just now wrapped up a three month long, summer tour of the United States with L.A. Guns. 

Ticket Information

$10 advance purchase


$15 door

Show Times

6:30pm Doors


7:00pm Show

Genocide (Official Video)


28 October

The Rocky Horror Picture Show


Tickets

$15 (includes prop bag)

Showtime

Midnight

Are You Ready?

3 November

The Nightmare Before Christmas


Tickets

$5

Showtime

8pm

4 November

Krampus


Tickets

$5

Showtime

8pm

17 December

L.A. GUNS

After a nearly 15 year break, Philip Lewis and Tracii Guns are back together for another chapter in their partnership that began in 1986, four years after Tracii formed L.A. Guns in 1982.


Their writing partnership spawned classic L.A. GUNS songs such as "Sex Action", "Never Enough", "Electric Gypsy", "The Ballad Of Jayne", and countless more in an impressive catalog of fan favorites. The last time Lewis and Guns joined forces was back in 2000 with legendary producer Andy Johns for the making of what would become "Waking The Dead" - an album that went on to receive tremendous critical acclaim and proved that their musical partnership was every bit as strong as the early days with all-killer-no-filler songs including "Don't Look At Me That Way", "Hellraisers Ball", "I think we owe it to our fans who have stuck with us during the many ups and downs of the band's long and checkered career," says Lewis. "Tracii and I have written the songs to the soundtrack of many people's lives, and I think it's definitely worth investigating to see if the magic is still there."


As for Guns, he's been compiling song ideas over the last year and promises this one will be one of the band's heaviest records, simply stating, "It's good to be home."


The band has already confirmed a bunch of UK shows in early 2017 and two shows at the legendary Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles, CA with more surprises to be announced soon!

Ticket Information (sale starts at 3pm, 10 Oct)

$19.95 pre-sale (through 13 Oct)


$25  adv purchase / $35 door (Reserved Seating)


$40  adv purchase / $50 door (Premium Seating)


$350 Box Seating for 6 (Includes signed new release cds and pizza)

Showtime

6pm Doors


7pm Show