For one weekend only, Alex Mitow, the mastermind behind Los Perros Locos, brings you the All-American Diner: !A Pop Up!. Offering affordable, lively dinner parties this four day extravaganza promises to take one of NYC’s most unassuming venues, the now defunct Noah’s Ark, and turn it into an “over-the-top underground performance art, music, and culinary space.” Take part in a Debaucherous DISCO Diner Dinner, featuring Andrew Andrew and the Azucar DJs, or enjoy a Pan-Latin Night hosted by Dominican Hipsters, the Dip-Sters crew, and an S&M Sunday Gravy; whichever night you chose will be alive with food and fun.
Where: Concord Music Hall, 2047 N Milwaukee, Chicago, IL
Rock band Chevelle will be hitting the stage Thursday, April 17th at House of Blues Chicago. Past musicians such as The Who, Al Green, and Pearl Jam have graced the same stage years ago. This standing room venue makes it easy to see your favorite artist for an affordable price, and at close proximity.
Chevelle has been promoting their new album with their most recent popular single, “Take Out the Gunman.” Due to their popularity the April 17th show will probably sell out, but lucky for you Chevelle will also be playing another show Friday, April 18th at House of Blues Chicago.
Max Vangeli began his career with the international debut of his single “Gama” 2010 which gained the support of Pete Tong. He began touring all over the world and was dubbed as "one of the most promising artists in 2011" by MTV.
Vangeli has become one fo the major heavey weight DJS in the industry and has worked with the biggest names in EDM including Steve Angello and AN21. His track, "The Island" was named "Hottest Track in the World" by BBC Radio One's Zane Low. His track "Last Night Changed it All" debuted earlier last month and has become an international sensation. Along with Size Records, Vangeli has certainly cemented his place in the music world for many years to come.
From a simple folk inspired group to the danceable indie rock band they are now, Jackpot, Tiger never shied away from the pop label. Their music is now saturated with catchy hooks, infectious melodies and is known to start a sing along, dance party.
The Brooklyn based foursome released their anticiapted first single, "Caught In Love," off their sophomore, self-titled record due to be released this summer. The track, proudly dubbed as "bubblegum pop" has all the ingredients of a pop hit-- a seriously catchy chrous, a clap along beat, and it tells the story of falling in love.
In 1995, writer Vanna Bonta came up with a very collegiate idea: Maybe the opposite of war isn’t actually peace…maybe the opposite of war is party.
We at Joonbug.com are totally down with that philosophy. So today, in honor of World Party Day, we bring you some of the biggest and best party cities around the world. If you’re an avid partier, these need to be on your list. If you’re a newbe to the party scene, these places will introduce you with a bang.
Prolific Internatinal Artist, Kai Guetta, makes a splash in Wynwood's LULU Laboratorium! 'Now Royalty' is the artwork that has made headlines in Europe. The collection began as street art. It featured printed pieces that were mounted to large boxed frames and placed over advertisements in the subway station at the Louvre-Rivoli.
The collection 'Now Royalty' makes a bold statement about the social status of the hip hop world. Using traditional and classical pieces, Guetta paints the new face of what art is through culturally rich oil paintings that has influenced the art world for centuries.