Thursday Sep 21
Sep
21/13
Updated Concert Articles

The Pier is happy to share the 3 shows we’ve covered this month that includes coverage of Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, Less Than Jake, RDGLDGRN and Grieves. Show recaps, set-list and tons of photos – Lets check out our latest concert coverage from HI, WA & PA…

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Date: Friday, Sept 20th, 2013
Line Up: Less Than Jake
Venue: The Republik. Honolulu, HI

  • Fresh off of a five-show tour in Japan, where they apparently caused an earthquake that measured a 5.3 on the Richter Scale, Less Than Jake stopped in Honolulu, Hawai’i for the first time in eight years and was kind enough to spend a few minutes with The Pier. The hard working Florida-based rockers will take a few weeks off before heading to Brazil to play with Hot Water Music, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger and many others before they begin the Fat Wreck Chords Tour to support their new album, See The Light, to be released on 11/12/13… READ MORE


  • Date: Friday, Sept 20th, 2013
    Line Up: Pepper, Grieves, RDGLDGRN
    Venue: TLA. Philadelphia, PA

  • Music is a big part of the Philadelphia culture, especially down at the TLA where there is always a broad range of bands and artists hoping to sell out the mid-size venue. Reggae rock is not a dominating genre in the area, so with the Hawaiian fellas and the release of their new album, I was not really sure what to expect by the time Pepper hit the stage. By the time Grieves was done, the place was basically filled, and I was stuck down in the front corner of the 3-foot wide ‘pit”……READ MORE


  • Date: Saturday, Sept 7th, 2013
    Line Up: Slightly Stoopid
    Venue: WaMu Theatre. Seattle, WA

  • Seattle awoke to a hazy fog the morning after Redman and Slightly Stoopid played at the WAMU Theater September 7th as part of the Homegrown party sponsored by High Times. The show was following the Cannabis Cup, which brings people from surrounding states to show off their prize “crops”. The show and event was the best possible way to end the phenomenal summer concert series that the Seattle area has seen…READ MORE



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