Level up this August as Future Chord Fest returns to Greenville, South Carolina and hits a new high score — celebrating a full weekend of the region's best indie music at the legendary home of The Radio Room on August 10th + 11th.
This year's lineup features a very special performance from Asheville electro-psych veterans RBTS WIN and their sizzling Charlotte hip-hop counterparts Spaceman Jones & The Motherships. You'll also discover Atlanta indie rock outfit Kid Trails (of Toro y Moi), Alabama pop project Gold Wave, and Nashville jangle rockers Slow And Steady.
Local favorites Pure Ghost roll out their signature gloom pop, and slacker rock band Daddy's Beemer hikes back to South Carolina for the first time since relocating to Charlotte. Don't miss the debut performance of indie rockers Deadwyler — a brand new project led by Polymath member Tanner Corley — and see what tricks dreamo upstarts Curfue have up their sleeves. Finding Freedom shares excitable alternative blues licks, while Tides In Transit hauls a six-piece progressive rock setup back to Future Chord Fest after playing our inaugural event in 2016.
Grab your Single Day and Full Weekend Passes now — on sale for just $12 per day or $20 for the weekend — and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates, daily schedules, artist spotlights, and more.
Brother Oliver to Perform at MusikFest in August; Next to Styx, Kesha, Trombone Shorty, GROUPLOVE and More
Appalachian folk-rock outfit Brother Oliver has been invited to perform at the 35th Annual MusikFest this summer in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania — alongside Styx, Trombone Shorty, Kesha, Gary Clark Jr, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, GROUPLOVE, Dashboard Confessional, Jim Gaffigan, Jason Mraz and several others.
Find them at 8pm on Friday, August 3rd at the Martin Guitar-sponsored Lyrikplatz Stage at Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas. They'll also be performing a special intimate performance at 5:30pm on the Lagerplatz Stage.
See the full lineup + get your tickets today over at musikfest.org — and stay tuned for more news from the Brother Oliver camp in the coming weeks ahead.
Brother Oliver Premiere Single "Castles" Via PopMatters, Announce 'New Dynasty' Tour Presented by Future Chord
Listen to "Castles", the first Brother Oliver single of 2018 — premiering today on PopMatters. It's a wondrous and monumental indie rock tale bronzed in the band's signature psychic folk sound.
They've also announced the New Dynasty Tour presented by Future Chord, which takes them across the Southeast for a ten-day summer run. Find those dates below, and catch the band soon in a city near you.
New Dynasty Tour (presented by Future Chord)
5.25 - Athens, GA (Creature Comforts)
5.26 - Greensboro, NC (Boxcar Bar + Arcade)
5.26 - Dallas, NC (Ole Dallas Brewery)
5.27 - Greenville, SC (Ink N Ivy)
5.28 - Asheville, NC (Hillman Beer)
5.31 - Shelby, NC (Newgrass Brewing)
6.01 - Lorton, VA (Fair Winds Brewing)
6.02 - Tarboro, NC (Tarboro Brewing)
6.02 - Greensboro, NC (Little Brother Brewing)
6.03 - Surf City, NC (Salty Turtle Brewing Company)
Reach new heights on June 7th at The Radio Room in Greenville, South Carolina — as Future Chord presents a special evening with Brooklyn surf pop outfit Goodfight.
We've paired them up with local experimental folk outfit Wallpaper, Greenville stomp-rock band Wooz Wooz, and Spartanburg blues-pop act Bjorge.
Tickets are just $8 and the show kicks off at 8pm (with doors opening at 7pm). Be sure to RSVP and find all the details here.
Make a splash on Friday, May 11th as Future Chord Presents: A House Show of Epic Proportions at Greenville's newest house venue — The Designated Box Flattening Area.
The lineup includes Myrtle Beach-based indie pop outfit Canopy Hands, South Carolina psychedelic pop troupe Alarm Drum, and NYC dreamo rockers Lord Bendtner. They'll be supported by the darkwave vibes of Greenville up-and-comers The Parlor Pinks and the synthpop sounds of Anthem.
Click here to RSVP and find all the details.