NEW DATE ANNOUNCED:
Tuesday June 21st 2023
NEW DATE ANNOUNCED:
Tuesday June 21st 2023
Come shop at our next Pop-Up Shop this Saturday July 17th 2021 from 9am~2pm.
We’ll be set-up at the Virginia Beach Flea Market on 19th Street between Mediterranean Ave & Cypress Ave. (next to Three Ships Coffee)
There will be crates and crates of vintage clothes including concert t-shirts & Levis. We will also be bringing out the “better” DVDs that have been curated in the music, animation, and documentary categories. Also tons of vintage BOOKS all related to “hipster culture” and music!
You have got to check this out!!
This is an outdoor event. We will be set-up under a tent. (Weather permitting)
Cash and Credit Cards are accepted.
I’mma set it straight,
Come on out to the Virginia Beach Flea Market for my next pop-up shop!
Shop the crates and crates of vintage vinyl records that are priced to sell.
Friday November 6th 2020
6pm ~ 10pm
607 19th Street in the ViBe District!
Credit cards accepted.
Masks and social distancing are required.
It looks like a string of great shows are coming our way to the Tidewater Virginia area. First Primus was announced, followed by Modest Mouse, and now Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are doing a shared billing tour.
The NIN/SG show will be at the Farm Bureau Live at Lakewood Amphitheater in Virginia Beach on Tuesday August 5th. Special guests Death Grips will also perform.
I have not gotten word on ticket prices yet but I do know that tickets go on-sale to the general public on March 21st.
Ultra hipster band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are performing tonight (6/21/13) in beautiful downtown Norfolk Virginia at The Norva Theater.
You can get all the ticket info here at the Local Calendar page. Just follow the links…
BTW…You have got to check out this video I found on YouTube of this father and daughter performing a cover of Edward Sharpe’s hit ‘Home’…it’s awesome –>
As a resident of the city of Norfolk Virginia, I was very excited to hear about this film. I believe I read the interview that was in Veer Magazine when the filmmakers appeared on the cover.
Somehow I lost track of the date and missed the Opening Night showing at the Naro Theater. I’m sure that must have been quite an event. And ‘red-carpet’ events like that don’t happen that often here in Norfolk, VA. (Some footage of it appears as bonus material on the second disc!)
Debra Persons, the films co-director and executive producer, was nice enough to meet with me to talk about the film. I could really tell that this movie was a labor of love for Debra. This film is very personal to her, and co-director and associate producer Andrea Rizzo. The two were living the awesome life you see portrayed on the screen. By that I mean that the bands that you see in the movie are the bands that they were going out to see and getting to know. The same goes for cinematographer and editor Paul Unger only a bit later in the local scene.
The film starts with a brief history of the ‘Norfolk Sound‘ and the rich musical past that was in this area for quite some time. Very interesting. The footage of Tidewater landmarks and skylines are great and the ‘DIY‘ feel of it adds to the overall aesthetic of the film.
It’s not long till the documentary focuses on rock n roll…
I’m not going to spoil any of the great stories that are told in the film. (And it’s awesome that I know so many people interviewed in the movie!) I advise that you buy a copy of this great DVD for yourself and watch it. And tell your friends to do the same. These film-makers had a dream and went for it…and had success! That is a very bold thing for someone to do and I applaud them for that. We should all show our support by getting a DVD or CD (or both).
They don’t have any plans to make other feature films. (Except Paul…he’s still working in the video business). This is the movie that they envisioned to make, and after a lot of tweaking…it’s done. You can check out their website at –> www.HardcoreNorfolk.com
Tracy is scheduled for one show at 8pm on Thur, but has two shows on Fri, Sat, and Sun (times vary). Tickets are $45 and are in the ‘Full Menu Showroom’. Which I guess means the ‘Big Room’…I’ve never actual been to this Funny Bone location. I’ve been to one in a different city, and it was always a great time. If someone could comp me tickets to this show, that would be great. I’d love to write a review.
Get ahold of me at info@HipsterApproved.net