KPNT 105.7 The Point Welcomes...
|Date:||Tuesday, May 21, 2013|
|Doors:||7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm|
|Price:||General Admission $60.00 | Reserved Balcony $75.00 & $100.00 ($100 tickets available online only.) | Strict 6 ticket limit per person/household for $60 & $75 tickets. Strict 4 ticket limit per person/household for $100 tickets.|
|Age restriction:||All Ages [Balcony 21+] :: $2 Minor Surcharge at Door|
PER ARTIST, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED FOR TONIGHT’S PERFORMANCE:
- LONG CHAINS OR SPIKES OF ANY NATURE, POSTER TUBES
- WEAPONS, BOTTLES, CONTAINERS OF ANY NATURE, UMBRELLAS
- NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS, VIDEO CAMERAS, OR AUDIO RECORDERS WITH EXTERNAL MICROPHONES AS WELL AS DIGITAL RECORDERS
- ANY OBJECT THAT MAY BE USED AS A PROJECTILE SUCH AS GLOW STICKS, BALLS, FIREWORKS, ETC.
Strict 6 ticket limit per person/household for $60 & $75 tickets. Strict 4 ticket limit per person/household for $100 tickets. Orders and/or persons that exceed this amount will be cancelled without notice.
Camera Policy: Small Cameras OK / No Audio / NO Video
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“When I think of Soundgarden, I think of a sound, I think of one entity, one organic thing,” says singer and guitarist Chris Cornell, “but I guess that the exciting part is that it’s always been really varied.”
Hailed as grunge innovators, Soundgarden redefined rock music for a generation. In the 80s and 90s, the band’s mesmerising soundscapes and compelling lyrics seduced audiences hungry for originality. It was a sound rooted deeply within the wild landscape of the Pacific North West – an atmosphere which still resonates strongly for Cornell. “The band is dripping with it”, he says. “that indescribable longing. It’s not about the society, it’s not about the people, it’s not about the city. It’s some other thing.”