Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Gold Circle ticket:
May 31 2014
••• ALL AGES
It's Getting Weird Tour - San Fran
With Special Guests:
The House On Cliff
Trevor and Austin
$20 General admission ticket: 1:30PM doors -- music at 1:45PM
includes show only (Meet N Greet not included)
show + Meet N Greet with artists after the show
VIP Tickets get you preferential ENTRY in (ahead of General Admission), AND a Meet N Greet with all the artists! See them up close...$99 Gold Circle ticket: 12:15PM doors -- music at 1:45PM -- Meet N Greet at 4PM
Pizza Party during soundcheck, sound check serenade, poster + show + Meet N Greet
GOLD CIRCLE is KLiK Events ULTIMATE VIP EXPERIENCE... and is available for a VERY LIMITED amount of people. You'll attend a PIZZA PARTY and PRIVATE Meet N GREET with the artists! You'll get a sound check serenade... as they serenade you with songs not being performed on the show! You'll be with them at their private sound check before the show! Plus, you'll get a FREE official autographed Official It's Getting Weird San Francisco Poster! And you'll get FIRST ENTRY into the show... no waiting! This ticket is VERY limited! You will need to arrive at 12:15 PM for this PRIVATE pre show event! Get tix now and be part of the GOLD CIRCLE experience!
All our advance tickets are WILL CALL only
There are no actual tickets to be mailed or picked up, nor anything that needs printed out either.
Instead, your name is on a Will Call list at the door if you have purchased tickets. Your name on that list is matched to you with your valid photo ID and you are let in. All that you need is your valid photo ID.
Pop Sing & Dance Group
-Like their name suggests, IM5 is an exciting new musical act comprised of five very different boys sharing a love of entertaining. Brought together by showbiz vets Simon Fuller, Jamie King and Perez Hilton, IM5 has been a band for over a year now, undergoing intensive vocal and dance training. They are currently working on their debut album and fine-tuning their performance skills at events like this one.
Singer/Songwriter/Actress with a soulful voice
-from Los Angeles
-Often compared to Norah Jones and Alicia Keys, 13 year-old Danielle Prou is a professional singer-songwriter with a haunting, soulful voice, who is becoming well known through performances at clubs and special events in the Los Angeles area.
She has recorded and performed with Douglas James, Shelbie and Robby Bruce, and is a founding principal in the Paper Dollz and Little Darlins,’ two professional retro Broadway song and dance troupes.
Danielle is also proud to have won a film festival “best actress” award for her lead role in the short film “grace in SARA,” in which she sings an a capella version of “Turn on your radio,” written by Veruca Salt’s Nina Gordon, to her child therapist, played by Eva La Rue of CSI: Miami.
Born in Australia to an American father and a Cambodian refugee mother, Danielle now calls Los Angeles home.
The House On Cliff
Rock / Classic Rock
-from Boston, MA
-The House on Cliff is the result when four incredibly like-minded musicians serendipitously come together, and construct a project on the basis of spreading love & a message through the rapturous art form that is Rock n’ Roll. Formed in the bowels of Boston’s Berklee College of Music and all it’s gorgeous crannies, these cronies rose to rollin' from a mutual adoration for the raw qualities that make rock so visceral. Qualities that these comrades have vowed to protect and spread. Four guys-Chad Michael Jervis (Luscious Screamer), Charles Coleman (Delectable Shredder), Shaqed Druyan (Succulent Smasher), and Brennan Leeds (Delicious Slapper) are all it takes to deliver the amount of energy, through any medium, needed to spark a revolution. Their first EP hits ears May 2014, a soaring collection of groovable tunes produced by the versatile Dan Whittemore. After which they’ll embark on a number of tours for the summer, looking to make hundreds of new friends.
Pop / Hip-Hop / Rap
-from Castro Valley, CA
-Cody Brazil is an 18 year old kid from the San Francisco Bay Area. Always knowing he wanted to be in the entertainment business since he was a child, Cody would have never believed the way things fell into place. His first time in a studio was summer of 2012, where he was a quick feature on a song with some local artists, not realizing that he would get a fan base from it or that this would be the beginning of a long journey.
Now as a developed recording artist, Cody has shared the stage with a handful of big names, and has performed in front of hundreds to thousands of people. He loves the fans more than anything, and enjoys interacting with them on a personal level. With big plans in store for the remainder of 2013, Cody Brazil is definitely an artist to look out for in 2014.
-from Orange County, CA
-Liz Anne Hill took about 15 years and a few busted romances to create the songs that make up her band Starling Glow’s self-titled debut album, a blend of modern pop musical styles that ranges from pop/rock to dance and indie. Starting with the club floor single, “We Are Infinite,” a Dave Aude remix that recalls similar anthems like Gloria Gaynor’s disco smash “We Will Survive” or Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance,” Hill takes flight like the birds she often references in her songs. Starling Glow proves equally adept on the new wave of the Blondie-esque “A New State of Mind,” the dance-rock synthesis of “Glass Heart,” the pugnacious Pat Benatar swagger of “Battle Song” or the full-on power ballad, “Empty Handed”.
A multi-instrumentalist, Hill grew up in Orange County surrounded by music—her mom played piano, her dad guitar and older sister piano, pipe organ and drums, while they all sang. “They told me early on, if I don’t pick up an instrument, they would kick me out of the family,” she laughs. “I was handed a bass at 10 years old and told, ‘It’s easy to play and you’re not very coordinated.”
Her earliest musical influences include blues/country artists like Bonnie Raitt, Shania Twain and Dolly Parton, while learning to play Jimi Hendrix and Steely Dan songs on bass. Her later influences include groups such as Death Cab for Cutie, Paramore, Anberlin, and fellow Orange County natives, Thrice. Growing up, Liz was a member of a variety of bands when she wasn’t horseback riding, the other passion in her life. “All I’ve known is being in rock groups, because I enjoy that collaborative thing,” she explains. “A lot of the bands that I grew up listening to were on small indie labels and played good music – I was into that. For me, playing in a band is all about building that energy and engaging people.” As for her eclectic musical tastes, Liz admits, “I’m a typical girl. One minute, I’m feeling one way, the next, another. I could be blasting Underoath on the way home and then chilling in my room to City and Colour”.