Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. News : Tonight Alive Announce First-Ever Headlining US Tour

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      Australian pop/pop punk band Tonight Alive is setting out on their well-deserved first headlining US tour. Formally titled ‘The Other Side Tour’ for the band’s newly released sophomore effort, Tonight Alive will support You Me At Six until mid-October, and then head off on their own headlining tour. Touring with Tonight Alive will be The Downtown Fiction, For the Foxes, and Echosmith.

    2. Gallery : The Suppy Nation Tour at El Corazon

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      El Corazon was packed wall to wall for the Seattle stop of The Suppy Nation Tour. Featured on the line-up was The American Scene, Citizen, Tonight Alive and co-headliners Man Overboard and The Story So Far. With all the bands having a very strong fanbase, the show was quick to sell out the day of the show. Unfortunately, trying to shove dozens of anxious show-goers into a small venue doesn’t always go as planned which forfeits the chance of seeing some of the opening bands. I finally stepped foot into the venue as soon as The American Scene were finishing up. From what I could hear from outside the venue, the band sounded great and the fans seemed to enjoy them.

    3. Gallery : Collide With The Sky Tour at El Corazon

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      The Collide With The Sky tour was one of the most unforgettable shows of 2012. I won’t lie, Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens are guilty pleasures of mine, but I was actually more excited to watch Hands Like Houses. They’re one of the most underrated bands around right now, but considering the giant venues this tour has been selling out, I’m assuming they’ll get closer to being a household name very soon. The show was sold out and had been for some time, which made me curious as to why a bigger venue wasn’t chosen. Oh well though, everyone fit and the venue was packed full twenty minutes after doors opened.