Cry Baby / This Is All Now / Sandlot Heroes / Crash the Party
Cry Baby was formed in Boston in 2012 by singer-songwriters Eric Grava and Dylan Ronan. After fiercely searching for the perfect lineup, Ronan and Grava added Tom Linnane and Mark Hylander to the team. Once the lineup was created, the band started recording their first ever EP, Rescue Me, with producer Taylor Barefoot (the Beach Boys, Bad Rabbits.)
Hailing from Long Island, New York, the pop-rock band This Is All Now has taken off, releasing their debut EP Supernova in early July. After receiving a front page exclusive on PureVolume and appearing on the Summer of Love Tour with Allstar Weekend and Honor Society last summer, the band plans on touring relentlessly. You're more than guaranteed to love This Is All Now with their pop-punk/rock edge and strong party rock mentality that will leave you begging for more.
Armed with catchy pop/rock songs and talented members, Sandlot Heroes has amassed an enthusiastic following over the past few years as they burst on the scene from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The band had three No.1 requested songs on Eastern Pennsylvania’s Top 40 station B104 and sold over 20,000 copies of their hit single “Out of My Hands.” In October 2011, Sandlot Heroes released their latest EP entitled, The Trace.
The band has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in alternative and pop music including, Boys Like Girls, Yellowcard, the Ready Set, New Found Glory, Saosin, Hawthorne Heights, Jason Derulo, and more. Sandlot Heroes recently returned from a whirlwind tour of the U.S. with Yellowcard, the Wonder Years, and We Are the In Crowd.
Admission: $12 in advance, $15 day of show, general admission.