Best Weekend Ever: Sublime With Rome, Block Party with Matt & Kim and More!

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It’s the last weekend of July and the heat is raging–inside and outside! Make the most of it while the weather remains gorgeous and perfectly summery.

Friday 7/31:

Sublime with Rome is playing at Festival Pier with Rebelution, Matisyahu, and Mickey Avalon. Those who went to Firefly Festival know that their set was cut short because of the nasty storm that shut down the festival early. Here’s a chance to see their full setlist! Let’s hope the rain monsters stay away this time.

If you’re more into indoor shows, Miguel will be at the TLA for a sold-out, funk-tastic night. The Vamps will also be playing an indoor show at the Electric Factory, with opening acts The Tide and Before You Exit.

Saturday 8/1:

American rockers of Faith No More will be slaying at Mann Center. They released their latest album Sol Invictus in May and the reviews are all positive. Get tickets for their show here.

Super Freestyle Explosion at the Wells Fargo Center featuring Taylor Dayne, Stevie B, and Lisa Lisa will be bringing back 80’s and 90’s sounds in the most unique way possible. The fusion of these talents as they freestyle their way to musical mashups will be a sight to see!

If you want a more chill night, Brooklyn band Highly Suspect is taking over Underground Arts with local favorite Satellite Hearts. Get tickets here and read our exclusive interview here!


Photo by Mandy Corey

Sunday 8/2:

It’s time for Radio 104.5’s Summer Block Party again at Festival Pier, this time with Wolf Alice, Atlas Genius, Saint MotelCommonwealth Choir, and Matt and Kim! Remember: this event is free but you need a ticket to get in. All the available tickets have been claimed so, if you don’t have tickets, you’ll have to find a friend who has extras!


Will this be your best weekend ever?  Tell us what you’re getting up to in the comments below!

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