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Zombie Burlesque Presents the Swingingest Show at Club Z

After a truce was declared in the Humans vs Zombies war, hospitality was shown between the former warring parties, and Zombies opened the doors to their nightclubs for the first time; welcome to Club Z. The hippest, most happening, exclusive ...

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Tenors of Rock: Bringing Classic Rock to Life at Harrah’s Las Vegas

The summer heat in Las Vegas is brutal. Crowds are large, sidewalks are packed, and deodorant runs out fast. Though the ring of “Water one dollar!” has all but vanished from the Strip, there are plenty of other sights and ...

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Chicago’s Final Warped tour ends with sold out show

Fans came out rain or shine to this sold out show. The venue was packed 21,000 people to be exact. The lines were long and the wait to get in ran late because there were so many people. For 24 ...

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Louder than Life Announces Lineup for 2018

A huge music lineup led by Nine Inch Nails, Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, and Deftones has been announced for the 5th annual Louder Than Life set to take place Friday, September 28, Saturday, September 29, and Sunday, September 30 on the grounds of Champions Park in Louisville, KY.  And Photos from the Pit is stoked ...

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Another Rockfest turns Muddy

Many thought that by moving Rockfest to the Kansas Speedway, away from Liberty Memorial, that mud would be avoided once and for all. Though the stages, and most of the vendor booths were on concrete, much of the seating area ...

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Suicide Girls Bring Blackheart Burlesque to Kansas City

  Suicide Girls? Those models with the tattoos? Yes, those Suicide Girls. The beautiful women who have been the secret, and sometimes not-so-secret, pleasure of men all around the world since they came on the scene in 2001. Through the years, ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day One

As we are walking into the port, getting our passports ready there’s tons of metalheads waiting in line ahead to go through customs and ready to begin their journey on board! For some this is their first time and others ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Two

This was the start of pure exhaustion, with only 1-2 hours of sleep we got up early to have some breakfast at the Windjammer and catch up with some of the bands performing. My husband who was one of the ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Three

11:30 am, and the sunlight was already peeking through the curtains. It must have been quite bright, since none of us woke up in an earlier time. We got up quickly got ready with a ton of sunblock, quick breakfast ...

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2017: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

The annual Christmas phenomenon known as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is doing their annual Christmas tour, and like all the other tours they have done in the last 17 years, people pack the arenas to see them. The band has gotten ...

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