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7.11 Alesana w/ Dead Rabbits & Ovtlier at HMAC

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Alesana w/ Dead Rabbits & Ovtlier at HMAC

Saturday, July 11, 2020

5:30 PM – 11:30 PM


Alesana brings their “The Emptiness” ten year anniversary tour to HMAC on July 11th with Dead Rabbits and Ovtlier!

Alesana is an American post-hardcore band from Raleigh, North Carolina

Formed by Dennis Lee, Shawn Milke and Patrick Thompson in 2004, the group is currently signed to Revival Recordings and Artery Recordings and have released three EPs and five full-length studio albums. The band gained a wide audience after their debut, On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax was released, featuring a musical style shifting between light and heavy sounds along with a wide influence ranging from pop punk, metal and even classic rock bands such as the Beatles. Their audience grew heavily after the release of their third album, The Emptiness, which released in early-2010. Their band name is derived from street named Aliceanna Street, which was the street that vocalist/rhythm guitarist Shawn Milke and lead guitarist Patrick Thompson grew up on, in Baltimore.

1.30 LUKR Returns w/ Jordan Davis and Marielle Kraft

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LUKR Returns

w/ Jordan Davis and Marielle Kraft

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Thu, January 30, 2020, 8:30 PM EST

Doors at 7:00 PM

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LUKR Returns to Stage on Herr


Born in an ambulance on the streets of a nowhere town and raised on a Christmas tree farm, artist Lukr started writing songs as a kid plunking out melodies on the $80 second-hand family piano.

His post-genre sound currently reflects the 90s, Old Kanye, Dashboard Confessional, and Ms. Lauren Hill. You could call it cinematic slo-mo emo hip hop. He calls it ‘NEON GRUNGE’.

Dropped the first two singles in 2016 and now exposed to 12+ million streams. Independent. Lives in East Nashville. Curiously popular in Germany. Authentically weird. Debut EP SUNSTEAD out now and touring east coast & midwest in the US this fall.

1.26 Turkuaz The Kuadrochrome Tour with Special Guest Neal Francis

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Sun, January 26, 2020, 8:00 PM EST

Doors at 7:00 AM

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Balancing Male-Female Harmonies

Strutting guitars, wild horn arrangements, and interminable grooves, a spirit takes shape on stage nightly for Turkuaz via larger-than-life performances. Among numerous critical plaudits, The New Yorker claimed, “[Turkuaz] delivers horn-filled funk incorporating elements of R&B, psychedelic pop, gospel, Afro-pop, New Wave, classic rock, and just about any genre that gets people dancing.”

The Brooklyn-based nonet—Dave Brandwein [guitar, vocals], Taylor Shell [bass], Craig Brodhead [guitar, keys], Michelangelo Carubba [drums], Chris Brouwers [trumpet, keys], Greg Sanderson [tenor sax], Josh Schwartz [baritone sax, vocals], Sammi Garett [vocals], and Shira Elias [vocals]—ignite an explosion of energy punctuated by neon hues, deft musicality, and show-stopping singalongs on their newest EP, Kuadrochrome.

Touring incessantly in support of four full-length studio albums, EPs and live releases, they’ve lit up stages everywhere from Bonnaroo, Hulaween, Okeechobee, Electric Forest, and Mountain Jam to Telluride Jazz, High Sierra, and Lock’n, in between gracing stages at legendary spots such as Red Rocks, Terminal 5, and The Fillmore, to name a few. Since emerging in 2011 with their self-titled debut, the group have quietly animated a movement.

“I would love for our music to be a bright spot in an otherwise dark world. You can come to our shows, let go, exist, and have a good time in spite of what may be going on outside. That’s what music does for us. We want to share that.”



1.24 From Ashes to New w/ Eva Under Fire

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From Ashes To New

DefiantEva Under FireDawn’s DivideViolet Nine

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Fri, January 24, 2020, 7:00 PM EST

Doors at 6:00 PM

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Lancaster Pennsylvana

One of a hundred similar American towns; in fact, there are places just like it all over the world: post-industrial but still largely working class, and generally offering bleak prospects for the kids who grow up there. Suburban boredom, broken families, substance abuse, limited opportunity – this is an environment in which authentic, compelling creativity can thrive, if it’s accompanied by a burning desire, unstoppable drive, and complete lack of any backup plan. There have always been powerful voices that rise above the din of mediocrity and monotony. The voice of From Ashes to New founder and frontman Matt Brandyberry is one of those that is forcing itself to be heard.

The band Just released a brand new Single called “Every Second” featuring Amanda (Lead vocalist for Eva Under Fire). See the bands play together for the first time since the release of this epic new collaboration…

6/27 Democratic Debate Watch Party

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Democratic Debate Watch Party

Thursday June, 27th, 2019


Pete will be a part of the DNC debate on June 27, and we’re hosting a watch party open to the public to support him on stage and build community around our bold vision for the future.

The fun, excitement, and our eye-opening event starts at 8:30pm before the televised debate begins. So come early and get comfortable, grab a drink, perhaps some food, and meet the folks you know and meet more you don’t. It is, after all, a “Watch Party” and everyone is invited. Special Guest will be Secretary Brandon Flood who will be facilitating a discussion before and after the debate.

The Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center is donating 15% of all food and drink sales to the Pete for America campaign. Plus, Pete Buttigieg merchandise will be available for purchase, all voluntary cash donations will be collected and 100% of all proceeds will go to the campaign.


SKOLD (ex Marilyn Manson, KMFDM) w Echo Black Presented by 717Entertainemnt 7/24

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SKOLD (ex Marilyn Manson, KMFDM) w Echo Black Presented by 717Entertainment


July 24, 2019



Check Out Skold's new Video!

Tim Skold (former member of KMFDM & MARILYN MANSON) comes to HMAC!!!!

Echo Black
Optic Oppression
Kamikaze Kupcakes
Sweet Sister Misery

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