Concert Venues


Music Venues


Upcoming Artists

Saturday, Apr. 19
Sons of Fathers - The Hangout
Underhill Family Orchestra - The Hangout
Saturday, Apr. 26
28 North - The Hangout
Joel Madison Blount - The Hangout
Darius Rucker - The Wharf Amphitheater
Eli Young Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Corey Smith - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, May. 3
The Unlikely Candidates - The Hangout
Vegabonds - The Hangout
Festival Expressions - The Hangout
Saturday, May. 10
The Mulligan Brothers - The Hangout
The Wild Feathers - The Hangout
Shannon Labrie - The Hangout
Friday, May. 16
The Killers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Black Keys - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
OutKast - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Jack Johnson - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Flaming Lips - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Portugal. The Man - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Trombone Shorty - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
SOJA - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Moon Taxi - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Pretty Lights - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Avett Brothers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
STS9 - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Amos Lee - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Queens of the Stone Age - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Modest Mouse - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Wiz Khalifa - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
NeedtoBreathe - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Zedd - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Childish Gambino - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Tegan and Sara - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Capital Cities - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Conor Oberst - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Thursday, Jun. 5
Zac Brown Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jun. 21
Goo Goo Dolls - The Wharf Amphitheater
Daughtry - The Wharf Amphitheater
Plain White T's - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jul. 19
Peter Frampton - The Wharf Amphitheater
The Doobie Brothers - The Wharf Amphitheater
Friday, Aug. 1
Phish - The Wharf Amphitheater


Switchfoot                     

After gaining a foothold in the contemporary Christian music scene, Switchfoot's Learning to Breathe (2000) found the group taking more steps toward a mainstream alt-rock sound. Breathe became a transitional record for the group, earning a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Gospel Album. They then went mainstream with 2003's The Beautiful Letdown, a double-platinum album that straddled the line between sacred and secular rock music, eventually earning double platinum sales and producing two Top 20 hits: "Dare You to Move" and "Meant to Live." Switchfoot returned in September 2005 with their fifth album, Nothing Is Sound, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200; it went gold and sparked another radio hit in "Stars." Oh! Gravity (2006) was their last album for a major label, as they formed their own label, lowercase people records. 2009's Hello Hurricane won a 2011 Grammy for Best Rock Gospel Album. Several months after the band's Grammy win, they returned with Vice Verses, an album that highlighted the band's rhythm section.

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