***Riff House Concerts presents The Jam at Sam’s***
Date: August 1st, 2013
Location: Sam’s Burger Joint
330 E Grayson St. San Antonio, TX 78215
Tickets: $10 advance/ $12 Door
Riff House is at it again, bringing a little of the house concert series to the big stage at Sam’s Burger Joint.
The Jam at Sam’s spotlights a group of versatile musicians who will not only showcase their own songs but will lend their talents to each other, adding new depth and texture to old favorites and providing the audience with an evening full of jamming and excitement.Come see a special night filled with some of the most talented artist in San Antonio and its surrounding areas.
Scheduled to perform:
K Phillips & The Concho Pearls
Others scheduled to participate:
Tickets available at http://samsburgerjoint.com/event/riff-house-presents-the-jam-at-sams/
Nightrocker Booking Party - 8pm/ Free/ 18+
Miss Neesie and the Ear Food Orchestra w/ Hank Harrison @ Boneshakers
Black Taxi, Ready Revolution, Lang Freeman @ 502 Bar - 9pm/ $5/ 21+
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Movies by Moonlight “Thumbelina” @ Hemisfair Park - 7:30pm/ Free. All Ages
Spurs Viewing Party @ Alamo Drafthouse Locations - 7:30pm (arrive early)
San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals viewing party @ AT&T Center - Doors at 7pm, Game at 8pm/ Free/ All Ages (Tickets are available at all local area Wingstop and HEB Plus locations)
TPR Cinema Tuesdays: “King Kong” @ The Bijou - 7:30pm/ $10 TPR Members, $12 non-members, 18+
Dan Varney’s Comedy Show @ Sam’s Burger Joint - $5/ 8pm/ 18+
San Antonio Spurs Game 6 Viewing Party @ Deco Pizzeria - 8pm/ All Ages
Summer of ‘83: The Killing of Satan @ Alamo Drafthouse Park North - 10:30pm/ $10/ 18+
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RAT RANCH TO PERFORM PREGAME AND HALFTIME SHOWS FOR THE GAME 6 NBA FINALS VIEWING PARTY AT THE AT&T CENTER
SAN ANTONIO (June 17, 2013) – Texas-based cover band Rat Ranch will perform classic rock favorites during pregame and halftime of the Game 6 NBA Finals road viewing party at the AT&T Center. Game 6 of the NBA Finals featuring the San Antonio Spurs at the Miami Heat tips off Tuesday at 8 p.m. Doors to the AT&T Center will open at 6:30 p.m.
All Spurs fans are invited to the AT&T Center to participate in this unique viewing experience. Fans can watch the games on the big screen and cheer on the Spurs in a fun, festive atmosphere along with thousands of other Spurs supporters. The Coyote and Silver Dancers will provide additional entertainment throughout the game. The first 5,000 fans through the door will receive a free Spurs shirt courtesy of H-E-B. Other giveaway items will be distributed as well. Attendees can also take advantage of viewing party concession specials and visit the Spurs Fan Shop.
The Spurs viewing parties are free and open to the public but fans will need a ticket to access the building. Tickets to viewing parties are available for pickup at all H-E-B Plus! and Wingstop locations. Tickets are available while supplies last and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The viewing parties feature open seating throughout the arena, except for the Terrace Level. Attendees should access parking through Gates D, E, F, and G located on AT&T Center Parkway.
DRAKE ANNOUNCES 41-CITY NORTH AMERICAN ARENA TOUR
San Antonio - Tuesday, November 12th at AT&T Center
Tickets on Sale Saturday, June 29th at 10 a.m.
The WOULD YOU LIKE A TOUR? Kicks Off September 25th in Portland, OR
With Special Guest Miguel
Grammy® Award-winning, multi-platinum selling, recording artist Drake today announced his 41-city North American WOULD YOU LIKE A TOUR?arena tour in support of his highly anticipated upcoming album release NOTHING WAS THE SAME, due out later this year. The tour starts Wednesday, September 25th at Portland’s Rose Garden Arena and will feature Grammy® Award-winning rising R&B star Miguel, who will support on all dates and feature special guests including rapper Future. Tickets for the Live Nation produced tour go on sale beginning Friday, June 21st at LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com.
The tour announcement comes as buzz for Drake’s new album NOTHING WAS THE SAME continues to escalate since the release of the album’s first track “Started From The Bottom.” The hit single burned up the charts landing in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Drake has since released two more songs, “5AM in Toronto” and “Girls Love Beyonce,” directly to fans online via OctobersVeryOwn.net.
NOTHING WAS THE SAME follows the critically acclaimed and multi-platinum selling TAKE CARE (Young Money / Cash Money / Universal Republic), which earned Drake his first Grammy® Award for “Best Rap Album” and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in 2011. Drake’s full-length album debut, 2010’s THANK ME LATER, also bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart week of release and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album earned Drake multiple Grammy® nominations, including Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, and Best Rap Solo performance.
Miguel hit the mainstream in 2010 with the infectious first single ALL I WANT IS YOU from his major label debut album of the same name. The album also features “Sure Thing,” which hit #1 on Billboard’s Hip-Hop/R&B chart and second US #1 “Quickie.” Miguel followed up on the success of his debut album with his critically-acclaimed, Grammy Award nominated, sophomore release, KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM, which features his third US #1 hit single “Adorn.” In 2013 Miguel was nominated for a total of 5 Grammy Awards. He was recently the musical guest on SNL garnering rave reviews across the board and was also included as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People.
Would You Like a Tour? DRAKE
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
San Antonio, TX
Tickets On Sale Saturday, June 29th at 10AM!
Date, venue, acts, times and ticket prices are subject to change without notice,
Additional service charges may be added.
Miss Nessie and the Earfood Orchestra @ The Cove - 1pm/ Free/ All Ages
Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones w/ The Whiskey Sisters @ Sam’s Burger Joint - 8pm/ All Ages/ $12 Advance, $10 Door
Summer Jazz and Lunch with Ken Salvin @ McNay Art Museum - 12:30-3pm/ All Ages/ Free to KRTU and McNay Memebers or Museum admission
Debut of Southtown Farmers & Ranchers Market @ Blue Star Arts Complex - 9am-1pm/ Free/ All Ages
Branchline Brewing Co. Monthly Tasting - 1-4pm/ All Ages/ $10 for 3 pours and a tour
Guy Forsyth @ Sam’s Burger Joint - 8pm/ All Ages/ $12 Advance, $15 Door
Granvil Poynter @ Barriba Cantina - 9pm/ 21+/ Free
Los De Esta Noche with Heather Go Psycho @ Hi-Tones - 10pm/ $3/ 21+
Sugar Skulls @ Martini Ranch - 10pm/ 21+/ Free
Micheal Martin and the Infadels @ The Cove - 9:30pm/ All Ages/ Free
Randy Rogers Band @ White Water Amphitheater - 8pm/ All Ages
Flipside @ Tonic Bar - 10pm/ 21+/ Free
Stand Out @ San Antonio Central Library - 1-4pm/ 18+/ Free
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) @ The Big Apple Room at Little Italy - 7:30pm/ All Ages/ $30 Advance, $40 Door (includes dinner)
Downhealers and La Chichada @ La Tuna Grill - 7pm/ Free/ All Ages
Art Party - Art in the Pink @ San Antonio Museum of Art - 6-8pm/ All Ages/ Free With Museum Admission
Adam Johnson and the Pay Me’s @ Luna - 9:30pm/ 18+
Lick @ Papa Woody’s - 9pm/ 18+
Indian Dance, Belly Dance, and Hookah @ Hookah House - 10pm/ Free/ 18+
The Melissa Ludwig Band and The Lavens @ The Cove - 6pm/ Free/ All Ages