KDGE The Edge lures hot British act to annual Dallas Christmas concert
Is it that time already? KDGE-FM 102.1 The Edge has a date and lineup for its annual Christmas concert, How the Edge Stole Xmas. The show is December 9 at Verizon Theatre, and the lineup includes Of Monsters and Men, Sublime with Rome, Panic at the Disco, The Neighbourhood, The Struts, and Atlas Genius.
Of Monsters and Men is the folk/indie pop band from Iceland who've been touring North American since August to promote their latest album, Beneath The Skin. Singer Nanna Bryndis Hilmarsdottir counts among her inspirations fellow Icelander Björk.
Sublime with Rome began as a Sublime tribute band featuring Eric Wilson, formerly of Sublime, who performed Sublime songs with singer-guitarist Rome Ramirez, following the death of original singer Bradley Nowell. They recently put out a new album called Sirens.
The Struts are the English glam-rockers whose critically acclaimed 2014 debut Everybody Wants has drawn comparisons to the Rolling Stones and Queen, thanks to charismatic frontman Luke Spiller.
Atlas Genius is the synth-loving Australian alt-rock band made up of three brothers. They just released a second album, Inanimate Objects.
Rock band Panic at the Disco comes to us by way of Las Vegas, and The Neighbourhood is an experimental band from California.
Doors open at 4:30 pm. Tickets begin at $29.50 and go on sale on Friday, October 2, at 10 am.
For those who like to jump on tickets early, there's a pre-sale happening on October 1 from 10 am-10 pm. Use password PLATOS.