With spring fast approaching, there is no shortage of upcoming concerts in Detroit and surrounding cities. From hardcore to pop punk to rap to ska, there is sure to be a show for every music fan. This week brings several options to concert goers.
The Magic Stick brings the Mosh Lives Tour featuring Emmure to Detroit on Wednesday, March 19. Emmure's latest record, "Eternal Enemies," is set to drop on April 15 on Victory Records. Supporting acts on the tour are Volumes, Thy Art Is Murder, Gideon, Sworn In, and Smash Your Enemies. Doors are at 6 p.m. and tickets are $18 in advance or $20 day of.
Switching gears, also on the 19th, the Crofoot features G-Eazy. The New Orleans rapper has done multiple US tours, including arena dates with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, A$AP Rocky, and Drake. He will also be on this years Vans Warped Tour. Supporting him on the bill are Rockie Fresh, Devin Miles, and Kurt Rockmore. Doors are at 7 p.m. Tickets are available for $16.50 in advance or $20 at the door.
On Friday, March 21, Brooklyn, NY's I Am The Avalanche will be headlining at St Andrews. Their third album, "Wolverines," is the anticipated release of their 2011 sophomore album "Avalanche United." Michigan natives The Swellers will be direct support, along with Turnover and Frank White. Doors are at 6 p.m. Tickets are $17.
In keeping with the 10-year-anniversary tradition, The Ataris will be at St Andrews on Sunday, March 23 to play "So Long, Astoria" in its entirety. In 2012, the band released a four track EP called "The Graveyard of the Atlantic." Also on the pop punk bill are Authority Zero, Drag the River, and Gasoline Heart. Doors are at 6 p.m. Tickets are $27, but will likely sell out.