by Lana Tucker | Staff Writer

As Halloween comes and goes the White Rabbit gears up for an onslaught of bands hitting their stage, starting in November.

First, on Nov. 3, Wotsky will be performing at the Rabbit for about $13 at the door. Wotsky is a well-known rapper and poet from San Francisco, California. He’s just started his first tour and has recently gone into the studio to record his second full length album ‘Cardboard Castles’, which is rumored to be released on February 2013.

On Nov. 4, I Fight Dragons and Set It Off will be performing together for about $12. I Fight Dragons, currently on their national tour entitled ‘The War of Cyborg Liberation’ were last seen at Vans Warped tour in the U.S. and Canada. Cody Carson, lead vocalist for Set It Off started making Youtube videos, leading them to get signed by Equal Vision Records.

Dance Gavin Dance will be headlining the upcoming rock Yourself to Sleep tour, coming soon to The White Rabbit in San Antonio, Tx.

Nov.9 brings Woe, is Me, Chunk! No Captain Chunk!,  Our Last Night, Secrets, Capture the Ground and Sinking which will be $13. Woe, Is Me is one of the latest bands to hit the metalcore scene, has been wowing fans with their unique use of synth, brutal metal riffs, and alternating clean and unclean vocals.

Finally, headlined by Dance Gavin Dance on Nov. 10 is the Rock Yourself to Sleep Tour at about $17at the door. It’s been rumored that Jonny Craig, formerly lead vocals for this Dance Gavin Dance will not be preforming on the tour with the rest of the band but be replaced by former Tides Of Man vocalist, Tilian Pearson.

Here are some a quick tips for a better concert experience:

Grab that jar of crumpled bills you’ve been saving for a rainy day and buy some merchandise to support your favorite bands! You may even get to talk to some of the band members after the show.

Don’t forget about the neat little pizza place, The White Rabbit Pizzeria literally connected to the venue. After a long night of screaming lyrics and shoving other spectators out of the way to reach the front of the stage, you may be a little hungry. So stop on by and get some pizza and maybe a Monster to wash it down.

All of these bands will be performing for all ages on the main stage and digital cameras without lenses are almost usually allowed. So grab your friends, order your tickets and get ready for a night of fun, food and good music.

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About The Author

Lana Tucker otherwise known as 'Llama' by her friends, is a sophomore at Johnson . She enjoys breakdowns, making Podcasts and singing in her spare time. She is an avid twitter user and cat aficionado. This year she plans to one day be making a podcast a week.

One Response

  1. Kelly

    This article is great! I’ve been wondering about the bands going to the White Rabbit recently, and this story is great to go to. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it, but I will look for another one of these soon!

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