MORE TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR AFTER 8:00.
Over 21 $10, Under 21 $15
9:00 - Miya Folick
9:45 - House Fire
10:30 - Aaron Childs
11:15 - Bear Attack
House Fire was formed when group members Aman Alem, Nick Chuba, James Brownstein, and Luke Schunk decided to join together under the premise of becoming the best looking band in the greater Los Angeles area. The group, however, exceeded even their own expectations as many overwhelmed fans (both male and female) have unexpectedly fainted, in heated passion, from the mere sight of House Fire during their live shows.
When most people hear "bear attack," gruesome images of death and despair come to mind. Well, one courageous indie rock band is here to change that! This Bear Attack is a 5-piece group whose members hail from four different regions of the US. After meeting at music school in California and gigging around as supporting musicians for other acts, they became close friends and decided to create a band of their own. Finally having a creative outlet led to an outpouring of honest and artistic music, and so Bear Attack was born.
Drawing upon their diverse personal and musical backgrounds, Bear Attack crafts smart, melodic pop songs with influences ranging from Radiohead's harmonic sensibilities to the vocal writing techniques of choral composers such as Eric Whitacre and haunting Irish songwriters, The Swell Season.
Bear Attack successfully funded their debut 6-song EP, "Shapes," through online fundraising site, Kickstarter, with the support of more than 80 unique donors. Since its release early this past summer, three songs have been featured on the hit ABC Family show, "Pretty Little Liars." In particular, "The Backpack Song" underscored a critical scene in the season three finale which has introduced Bear Attack to a global audience.
Childs just wants to make the people move, “cause it feels good.” All about motion, the colors, the aesthetics, and the good vibes that come from unity through music, the act is meant to be an experience, not a concert. The goal is to encourage, to please, and to provoke the feelings of instability, happiness, love, hate, and passion that have all surfaced for us as human beings. By way of music, we can come together, dance, and feel at peace with all we’ve come to know.