with Polaris, Rain City Drive and AVOID

Tuesday, April 30
Door: 6:30pm // Show: 7:30pm
Mike Judy Presents:

w/ special guests:
Rain City Drive

April 30th, 2024
Piere’s Entertainment Center
Doors: 6:30 PM // Show: 7:30 PM

 All Ages: (21+ to Drink)

Dayseeker is an American post-hardcore band from Orange County, California. The band is currently signed to Spinefarm Records. To date, the band has released four albums: What It Means To Be Defeated in 2013, which was re-released a year later; Origin in 2015, which was also reissued in 2016; Dreaming Is Sinking /// Waking Is Rising in 2017; and Sleeptalk in 2019.
Fresh off a sold out national tour supporting seminal down-under heavy heroes Parkway Drive and a show-stealing appearance at their second Unify Gathering, Polaris have entered 2018 with the Australian metalcore torch held high in their hands. One of 2017's most anticipated heavy releases, Polaris' debut LP 'THE MORTAL COIL' stunned audiences and critics upon its release in November, hitting #6 on the ARIA Album Charts, scoring a Triple J Feature Album and taking out the fan-voted Album of the Year - surpassing the already high expectations around the band set by 2016 EP 'THE GUILT & THE GRIEF' and its impressive touring cycle, which had seen Polaris gain a reputation as one of Australia's most invigorating live heavy acts. April 2018 sees the band embarking on their biggest headline tour to date, with shows already selling out. The Mortal Coil Australian Tour will see Polaris showcasing their debut album across the country with support from Ohio USA's The Plot In You as well as local melodic hardcore talents Ambleside and Tapestry. Following this, the band will return to Europe in support of We Came As Romans, building off the word of mouth from their slot on the Impericon Never Say Die Tour in November '17. With USA appearances in the works for later in the year and plenty more Australian and European touring on the horizon, 2018 looks to be the year that we see Polaris cement their place in the global scene among Australia's most elite heavy music exports.
The need and desire to evolve has an undeniable gravitational pull, especially within music, and with each new era a new sense of renewed purpose and definition is born. Rain City Drive are embracing their next chapter with a powerful combination of authenticity and fervor, true to themselves, their fans and the legacy they now want to create for the next generation of the band. Singer Matt McAndrew (NBC’s The Voice) adds a refreshing pop-melodic swagger to the heavy riffs and songs. The band has amassed over 100M streams in the US, 150M streams worldwide and over 800k monthly listeners on Spotify. The band took 2022 by storm, releasing their self-titled album, that have garnered recognition from having a number of songs in rotation on SiriusXM Octane including their single "Cutting It Close" landing #5 on Sirius Octane’s Big Uns along with many playlist placements including New Noise, All New Rock, The Core, Hard Rock, The Pit, Volume Maximo and more. Rain City Drive has had extensive touring experience and recently wrapped a national tour with Dance Gavin Dance in fall ‘23. They have performed at major rock festivals such as Welcome To Rockville, Louder Than Life, Aftershock and Swan Fest. The band has played alongside acts such as Royal Coda, Our Last Night, Set It Off, Oxymorrons, Memphis May Fire, Eidola and From Ashes To New. RCD has no intention of slowing down with the release of the reimagined version of their single “Frozen” as follow ups to their release of Rain City Drive (Deluxe) via Thriller Records.
Heavy Rock outfit out of Seattle, WA. This group of 5 work to create a new and exciting sound to fans of rock, metal, and anything in between. Under their old name "Avoid the Void" they accomplished things such as an appearance on Knotfest 2015, The All Stars Tour 2015, and 3 regional tours. Under AVOID they don't plan on slowing down anytime soon. With signing to Revival Recordings, the release of their new single "28 Days", and tours throughout the year, this will definitely not be the last you hear of them.
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