Sept. 4: Personal Boy, Marble, Sundrenched, Apoch, Glad Animal Movements (Will's)
Sept. 5: Alkoholiks + The Beatnuts = The Liknuts (Social)
Sept. 6: (hed)PE, Soil (Social)
Sept. 9: Trails (Will's)
Sept. 11: Weedeater, Sourvein (Back Booth)
Sept. 11: Eureka California, Flashlights, Hot Hands, the Areolas (Will's)
Sept. 16: There for Tomorrow (Social)
Sept. 21: Dino Felipe, Molly Nilsson, Sloppy Kisses (Will's)
Sept. 26: No Babies, SSLOT, Hau Zarrest (Will's)
Sept. 28: Hell's Bells - A Tribute to AC/DC (House of Blues)
Sept. 28: Tremonti (Beacham)
Sept. 29: Mac DeMarco (Will's)
Sept. 29: The Green (Social)
Sept. 30: Bearcat (Will's)
Oct. 6: Riverboat Gamblers (Social)
Oct. 8: The Jealous Sound (Social)
Oct. 12: Beats Antique (Social)
Oct. 13: Matt & Kim (Beacham)
Oct. 14: Death Angel, Threat Signal, Bonded By Blood (Social)
Oct. 23: The Expendables (House of Blues)
Oct. 27: Why?, Black Swans (Social)
Oct. 27: Luis Fonsi (House of Blues)
Oct. 29: Psychedelic Furs, Lemonheads w/Juliana Hatfield (House of Blues)
Oct. 31: Shitfits (Misfits cover band), Totalimoortal (AFI cover band) (Social)
Nov. 1: Nouvelle Vague (Social)
Nov. 6: Earth (Will's)
Nov. 7: Cult of Youth (Will's)
Nov. 13: Waka Flocka Flame (Beacham)
Nov. 15: Dillon Francis (Beacham)
Nov. 19: Zion I (Social)
Nov. 25: The Birthday Massacre (Social)
Nov. 27: Japandroids (Social)
Nov. 28: David Bazan (Social)
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