Meet Bert McCracken, Travis Barker, John Feldmann, and John Reese at Back To The Beach Festival

Propeller and Surreal are teaming up with Unite the United Foundation to offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at Back To The Beach!

One winner and a friend will be spending two days in the sand next to the beautiful Pacific Ocean in the heart of Huntington Beach where you’ll meet the founder of Synergy Global Entertainment John Reese, member of Blink-182 Travis Barker and member of Goldfinger John Feldmann.

You’ll be able to take photos, get autographs, enjoy backstage catering and hang out backstage with 3 of the most legendary people in the music industry…a truly unforgettable experience for any music fan!

If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also get to hang with Bert McCracken of The Used!

This year’s lineup includes performances from blink-182, The Used, Goldfinger w/ Special Guests, Reel Big Fish, The Story So Far, Anthony Green, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats, Less Than Jake The Wonder Years, Save Ferris, Story of the Year and many more!

Hotel accommodations are included. What are you waiting for?

Just complete one action in support of Unite the United Foundation to enter, then continue completing actions to get more points and redeem them for entries to increase your chances of winning.

About Unite the United Foundation

Unite The United Foundation is a public 501(c)(3) non-profit, fundraising organization founded by John Reese & Kevin Lyman.

We are committed to raising funds to be donated directly to grassroots organizations that are making a difference in our national community.

Fine Print

Deadline to enter: 11:59:59 PM PT, April 14, 2019
Contest drawing date: April 15, 2019
Date(s) of actual experience: April 27-28, 2019
Selection Process: Grand Prize winner is selected using a computer-generated selection method to ensure that each drawing is conducted completely at random. We will notify the winner via email and telephone (when possible). The selected winner will have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is randomly selected.
Number of winners: 1 + guest
Eligibility: You must be 18 years old or older to win.
Approximate Retail Value: $3,500 USD
Disclosure: Promotion is subject to Official Rules & Terms of Use. Propeller may share your information with the prize providers and artist partners associated with this experience.

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR ODDS OF WINNING. SEE OFFICIAL RULES FOR ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF ENTRY.


FASHION IS ART

Fashion is ART showcases fashion designers and their unique skills as a form of artistic expression. This is a non-traditional fashion show and can be viewed as a fashion art happening, where we will display the garments in unique ways, to showcase Fashion is ART and Art is Fashion. This event is dedicated to showing the amazing design skills of local designers and showcasing fashion as more than just clothing but as living wearable art.

For more please go to www.fashionisart.net.

Event Schedule:
6:30 pm – Event Doors Open & Pre-Show Red Carpet Photos
7:15 pm – Fashion Show
9:30 pm – After-party at the venue (Tacoma Art Museum)
10:30 pm – Event Ends

Ticket Prices: Please know this is not a seated event
$55 VIP – Includes a free drink ticket
Ticket prices will increase $5 if purchased at the door

Featured Designers: Link to more info www.fashionisart.net/designers/

Chiara Zuccolotto
Dawnamatrix
Jersey Virago
Lumen Couture
Nox Fashion House
Sloane White Couture
Stone Crow Designs

For more information about Fashion is ART, please go to www.fashionisart.net.

Purchase tickets here: https://fashion-is-art.eventbrite.com

Sponsors for Fashion is ART:
Gene Juarez Salons & Spas
Sparkling Ice
Tacoma Art Museum
Tease Chocolates

Fashion is ART is produced by Fashion District NW. For information about the company, visit www.FashionDistrictNW.com. Please email info@fashiondistrictnw.com with additional questions.


moe. Live at Charleston Music Hall on 2018-11-28

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Reviewer wrote: 

– December 2, 2018
Subject: First show

I consider this my first moe. show and what a show it was!

The jams were all intended with almost every note being purposeful and intended.

I felt that one two occasions a queue was missed by the band or a slight musical misstep was made and also that the second set’s initial energy could have been higher but after a killer first set and a transcendental encore I couldn’t have been happier for this to have been my first!

I’m from a hippy family so I saw moe. once as a kid but I was bored and couldn’t understand the jams but now as an avid deadhead and Phan I can understand it more.

I feel it’s become a family tradition to vibe and flow with the jams

I wish I could simply thank the boys for making me and my father closer through their music!

And I thank the “LIVE STREAM” for letting me experience this amazing night all over again!

Loyal Fan Marsha NV.

 

BULLETS, BABES, AND BIG BILLS. BUT WHY?

 Bullets, life-sized cardboard cut-outs of POTUS, virtual reality gaming, and lets not forget the exquisite after party. What is this spectacular event called and where were you?

     First, it’s called TRIGGRCON and this year they were making America
great again in Tacoma WA, on July 27, 28 ,29, 30. You’re upset that you’re just now hearing about it, right? Or why don’t you remember it happening in past years? Well in past years it was called NWSSE. This year it was reinvented and now it’s been established as TRIGGRCON.
       This was a very exclusive event where gun enthusiasts go to showcase the newest, most innovative companies and products in the tactical firearms industry. If you didn’t email in for an invite you were not getting in. TRIGGRCON, acronym standing for Tactical Research/Innovative Gun and Gear Review. Complete with a range day, an industry day, and 2 gun enthusiasts day. And an unbelievable after party held at Virtual Sports. If you missed it you should definitely make sure next year you RSVP months in advance.
    Showing up and not know what to expect, the first thing that caught my attention was the 6 ft tall cardboard cutout of POTUS and like 10 security guards standing waiting to wand you before you get anywhere near the artillery. Why check for weapons at a firearms convention? I assume because the guns on display were controlled and they removed potential for misfires out of the scenario.
 TRIGGRCON kind of reminded me of a secret high class artillery black market for people who wholeheartedly believe in the 2nd amendment, and would not hesitate to exercise said right to protect America. Most of the products were not even in stores yet. We got the best experience I could’ve imagined. If anything, I felt like I was apart of something bigger than myself.
Everything presented was firearm and/or military related and overall purpose was for the greater good. Trying to make the people feel comfortable there was a bar ,but the alcohol was regulated during the convention.            The bar that was free during the fantastic after party, which was complete with a Seattle Seahawks Official Tailgating Bus, The Beast Bus. Complete with open full bar, DJ Trailer, 10,000 watt sound system, swag bags, and valued Seahawk treasured (Like a museum.)
 Hosted by RifleSticks the ultimate goal seemed to be to build on existing relationship while fostering new partnerships. I often overheard people saying how there were a lot less people this year. My educated guess says there were probably less people this year due to the date change. This year being hosted in late July when many families decide to vacation for the summer. Many people were vacationing far from pierce county at that time.
While the proceeds go to PTSD foundation for veterans, and they made a fair amount, some products definitely got a double take. One product that comes to mind was the folding handgun. Once folded was ment to be more convenient. What the manufacturers failed to consider was the increased in width. And the extra time it was gonna take to put back together. Slower draw, less concealment, just because you can doesn’t mean that you should.
       After the whole event, My boyfriend and I were full of booze and food, and our bags full of firearm accessories. We realized, that night, just how significant our right to bear arms is. We deserve to be able to protect ourselves and our own, at all cost.
Sometimes back up is needed.
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