Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director Smoke machines, confetti, flying cake and deafening screams is exactly what to expect at a Hoodie Allen show. Die-hard fans and hundreds of college-aged students gathered to the Sokol Auditorium Saturday night to attend Allen’s “People Keep Talking” tour. Allen said it was the first show to sell out and the energy was definitely in more »
(Omaha)-Fire plumes. Mosh pits. Hydraulic trap sets floating high above the crowd. And masks. Don’t forget those enigmatic masks for which the band is known. Grammy Award-winning Slipknot performed tracks from their latest album “.5: The Gray Chapter” in Omaha Thursday night. It’s the heavy metal band’s first North American tour without bassist Paul Gray, who died of an overdose more »
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(Omaha) — MavRadio’s second annual Haunted Heartland broadcast took place on Tuesday, October 28th. Now, you can listen to this spook-tacular event at your convenience by clicking on each segment below.
Sit back and join your ghoulish guides tonight as they lead you on a three hour tour of the Heartland’s spookiest areas. The frightening adventure begins at 6 p.m. and again at 9 p.m.
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director The Hudson branch hopes to connect with fans in more traditional ways while stepping outside the Chicago music scene. The band is currently on the road promoting its new album, “Kina Ze Swah” and will play the Slowdown in Omaha on Oct. 28. The Hudson Branch formed six years ago and is composed of two more »
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director MavRadio is about to take part in the Halloween festivities in a big way. The station’s second annual Haunted Heartland will take place on Oct. 28 from 6-9 p.m. and will feature 11 reporters who will broadcast live throughout the night. “Last year’s Haunted Heartland was a huge success,” said Ryan Matheny, general manager of more »
Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director The Seen is ready to take the stage. The Omaha band is currently on its “Great Rock, Weak Raps Tour,” and ends its Midwest leg Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Slowdown in Omaha. The band began as an acoustic and electric duo, but later formed into a quintet after adding three additional members. The Seen more »
By: Cynthia Todd, MavRadio News Director Three years of non-stop touring has come with challenges, but Hollywood Ending has created a platform to expand its sound, build a fan base and connect with concertgoers. The band will join Paradise Fears on the “Live Forever Tour” Thursday night at the Waiting Room. Members include lead vocalist Tyler Wilson, vocalist, guitarist and more »
-Cynthia Todd Katy Perry made Lincoln her playground with neon lights, 3D effects, eye-popping costumes and undeniable energy. The singer’s “Prismatic” tour came to Lincoln’s Pinnacle Bank Arena Wednesday, brin ging together a variety of people ranging from pre-teens to middle-aged adults. Everyone showed their love for Perry with bright blue wigs, glittery skirts and hot pink crop tops. Perry more »