Posts Tagged ‘beep beep’

The Show Report, 4/27: Hayden will forgive you. We promise.

April 27, 2009

It's called TiVo. You should use it sometime. Like tonight, for example. And stop staring, perv.

It's called TiVo. You should use it sometime. Like tonight, for example. And stop staring, perv.

Dude. DeRosh, it’s the season finale of Heroes. I mean, have you seen the last few episodes?! It’s gonna be epic. I can’t go see shows tonight. What will happen to the Petrelli brothers?!?!

You can’t be serious. There’s music to see, for Pete’s sake! (That’s not a Peter Petrelli pun, by the way. Nor was that meant to be alliteration. Damnit, never mind.)

Not only are there top-shelf weekly performances going on in Springfield tonight, there’s a Forever Endeavor Productions show you’ll want to get to as well, in a venue you may not have been to before and may also want to check out. It’s a night loaded with intrigue, and it has nothing to do with whether or not Matt Parkman can get his act together and help save the world. We’ll tell you all about it–shows, not Heroes–after the break.


Forever Endeavor show rundown: Parkway Drive, Copeland, The Chariot, Beep Beep, Cities and Years, Oh Sleeper, & Forever The Sickest Kids

March 11, 2009


Longest title EVER!…but it had to be said. Great f***ing work Forever Endeavor! Mad props for all the shows you’ve got coming up in the near future. Check out the full schedule after the jump…


Are they serious?! Forever Endeavor and Black Box Revue bring Beep Beep to town 4/24

February 10, 2009

We love collaborations, and Forever Endeavor Productions and Black Box Revue have teamed up for a doozie: Beep Beep is scheduled to come to The Outland Ballroom April 24 with opening act The Show Is the Rainbow and, naturally, performances by the Black Box Revue DJs in between. Tickets are a delightfully cheap $8, and the all-ages show opens its doors at 9 p.m.

Beep Beep will come to town on the tail end of its spring tour, stopping in Springfield on its way to St. Louis from Tampa, Fla. The one-man electro-dance/comedy act The Show Is the Rainbow is a frequent visitor to Springfield and always a crowd-pleaser. The Black Box DJs, as we’ve mentioned numerous times now, are crafting one of the must-attend parties of the week each Friday at The Outland. Combine all three and it begs one question: Can you fit enough people for this in the Ballroom?!