Fall Concert Preview 2010

October 2, 2010 dazzadiego No Comments

Fall is here, and with it so many concerts in the city of Miami that makes this arguably the best fall ever. Let’s do a quick round up of this impressive line up of shows:

Oct. 5: Yeaseayer hit’s Miami beach with a show at the Fillmore. The experimental band from Brooklyn is finally expanding their touring horizons with a show way down south. I got the opportunity to check out this band at Austin City Limits a couple of years ago and believe me when I say that these guys put a hell of a show.
The show is brought to us by the good folks at livenation and you can get your tickets here or at the box office.

Oct. 6: LCD Soundsystem with special guests Sleigh Bells at the Fillmore – More music from Brooklyn coming our way, after only a day of Yeaseayer, in the form of the noise pop duo Sleigh Bells. However, the main attraction that night is going to be when mister James Murphy brings the better excellent LCD Sounsystem to Miami beach.
Tickets can be found at the box office or you can head to Livenation.com and get them.

Oct. 13: Vampire Weekend at the Fillmore – When Vampire weekend took the world of indie music by storm with their self-titled dbut album, several critics and music fans wrote them off arguing that the wouldn’t be able to keep up the momentum for their sophomore release. The band from New York prove them all wrong with the release of an instant indie rock sweetheart, Contra. Now the band is touring the world and selling out venues, and their long tour brings them here.
Tickets can be found here Update: Show is sold out.

Oct. 14: Matt and Kim at the Culture Room – Seems like all the hipster bands from Brooklyn are meeting in South Florida during the month of October. The very popular pop duo will be performing in Broward just one day after Vampire Weekend plays in Miami dade.
For tickets go here or you can head to the box office.

Oct. 16: The Flaming Lips at Sunset Cove Amphitheater – Much like when the Flips played in South Florida a couple of years back in Pompano Beach, they decided to play in a smaller city more central for the Palm Beach residents. The Flaming Lips have been hand picked by critics as one of the bands to see live. Their shows usually involve UFOs, costumes, and if your lucky Wayne’s space bubble.
The psychedelia will take place on October 16th and tickets can be found at Ticketmaster or at the box office.

Oct. 19: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes at the Culture Room – Alex Ebert’s second band has been on fire since their debut last year. Their song home has been feature in movie trailers amd earn them a reputation of a band full of melodies and feel good songs. Fresh from their great appearance at Loolapalloza this band, led by the charismatic Ebert, will take the stage at the Culture Room on the 19th of October.
Tickets can be found on the box office or here.

Oct. 24: MGMT at the Fillmore – The good people at the Fillmore keep bringing all these great bands for us. It’s great. A big thank you to them. On the 24 of October they are bringing probably the biggest band from Brooklyn they could get, MGMT. The indie pop group will be here promoting their sophomore album Congratulations and as all these bands from Brooklyn, you can expect catchy rhythms and a quality show.
For tickets go here.

Oct. 26: Phoenix with special guest Wavves at the Fillmore: Phoenix have been red hot ever since their second album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix hit the airwaves. You’ve heard them in commercials, TV shows, movies and it’s trailers, commercial and independent radio stations and in your friend’s beat up Honda Civic. The point is that the French band is big. Big enough to headline Lollapalooza. If that’s not enough to make you want to go running to your computer to get the tickets, they will be join by Pitchforks sweetheart, the very unpredictable, Wavves. Wavves is the brainchild of Nathan Williams, and is a low -fi, pop, noise duo from California. They have released two albums and both have been a critical and financial success for this band.
This great show is brought to us by Livenation and tickets are available here or in the box office.

Nov. 10: Wolf parade at the Fillmore – All the way from Canada comes this very good band. they have been around since 2003 and every year they keep turning heads with their work and with their secondary bands Sunset rubdown and The Handsome Furs. Keep your eyes on tickets for this concert, these guys are meant for greatness.
Tickets can be found here or at the Fillmore box office.

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