Car Seat Headrest- Asheville
Bob Dylan- Asheville
Bob Dylan- Charlotte
American Aquarium- Greenville, SC
1995- New Orleans, LA
1996- Charleston, SC
1998- Atlanta, GA: Birmingham, AL: Greenville, SC: Knoxville, TN
2000- Atlanta, GA: New Orleans, LA: Memphis, TN: Nashville, TN
2003- Raleigh, NC: Charlotte, NC: Atlanta, GA
2004- Asheville, NC (hometown show)
2006- Cincinnati, OH
2008- Columbia, SC
2009- Chicago, IL x 2 / Ed Ved- Atlanta, GA x 2
2010- Bristow, VA
2011- Alpine Valley, WI (PJ20) x 2 / Ed Ved- Chicago, IL
2012- Atlanta, GA
2013- Charlotte, NC
2014- Cincinnati, OH
2015- New York, NY
2016- Greenville, SC: Hampton, VA:: Columbia, SC: Lexington, KY: Philly, PA 2: (Wrigley) Chicago, IL x 2 (holy shit): Temple of the Dog- Philly, PA
2017- ED VED- Louisville, KY
2018- Chicago, IL x2, Boston, MA x2
It's egg rollin' thick and heavy...all the past we carry... Oh, I could be new...you underestimate me..
Unless I walk into free tickets, I'm probably done for a while.
Pearl Jamm (2 Ms) @ The Horn tomorrow
Barclay James Harvest @ Islington Assembly Rooms 13/10
MC50 @ Shepherds Bush - 12/11
Interpol @ Royal Albert Hall 15/11
Macc Lads @ Islington Academy 23/11
Lawnmower Deth @ Underworld 15/12
Acid Reign @ Underworld 22/12
Bodega @ Scala 20/2
the4ontheFloor/Gear Daddies, Grand Slam Jam (River Falls, WI) 9/8Badflower, Amsterdam, 9/14The Glorious Sons, 7th St. Entry, 9/26The Record Company, First Avenue, 9/28Black Joe Lewis, Fine Line, 10/2Reignwolf, Turf Club, 10/6Foo Fighters, Xcel Energy Center, 10/18
The Cure - Athens 2019
'96: Seattle: Key Arena
'98: Seattle: Memorial Stadium 1 & 2
'00: Columbus: Polaris
'03: Columbus: Germain
'10: Columbus: Nationwide Arena
'11: East Troy: Alpine Valley - PJ20 1 & 2 + EV Detroit
'12: Missoula + EV Jacksonville 1 & 2
'13: Chicago / Pittsburgh / Buffalo / Seattle
'14: Cincinnati / St. Louis / Tulsa / Lincoln / Memphis / Detroit / Moline
'15: New York City - Global Citizen Festival
'16: Greenville / Hampton / Raleigh / Columbia / Lexington / Ottawa / Toronto 1 & 2 / Wrigley 1 & 2
'17: Brooklyn - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony'18: London 1 & 2 / Seattle 1 & 2 / Missoula / Wrigley 1
It’s hockey season for my daughter, so I’m probably done with shows until May 2019.
By Gianluca D'Elia
Asbury Park's first Sea Hear Now festival was so successful, next year's dates for the beachside music, art and surf event have already been announced.
The two-day beach festival comprised a packed schedule of surf contests, beach yoga, art galleries and musical performances. It featured Blondie, Incubus, Jack Johnson, Brandi Carlile, The Front Bottoms and even a surprise Bruce Springsteen appearance during Social Distortion's set.
Springsteen showed up on the festival's second night to play three songs with California punk icons Social Distortion as thousands of his New Jersey fans chanted "BRUUUCE."
The festival, organized by Springsteen photographer and Jersey Shore native Danny Clinch and promoter Tim Donnelly, is one of the only music festivals in New Jersey that started out in the state from the beginning.
Amy Quinn, deputy mayor of Asbury Park, said the festival, which attracted more than 45,000 concertgoers, was "a great fit for what the city's looking for" and that the city is thrilled it will return next year.
Quinn and the entire city council attended the festival, she said.
"To see Debbie Harry perform, that was iconic for me," Quinn told NJ Advance Media. "I had a crush on her for 20 years."
Sea Hear Now "did an amazing job bringing in locals," she added.
Residents from the area were on the event staff and bartended, works from local artists were put on display, and the N.J. Coast Surfrider Foundation came to educate festival attendees about plastics, recycling and ocean pollution.
"I always like when you can tap the local community to make an event better," Quinn said. "That makes me feel good."
There's no word on how Sea Hear Now will outdo its debut, but Quinn said it will be "even bigger and better."
More information on next year's Sea Hear Now festival can be found here.