The Horrors + Spires // April 29 // 8pm-12am
House of Vans Brooklyn proudly presents The Horrors and Spires April 29th for a free, all-ages show packed with great music, art, and classic Vans merch. Be sure to RSVP by emailing RSVPTOVANS@gmail.com with “Classic & Brooklyn” in the subject line. 

The Horrors + Spires // April 29 // 8pm-12am

House of Vans Brooklyn proudly presents The Horrors and Spires April 29th for a free, all-ages show packed with great music, art, and classic Vans merch. Be sure to RSVP by emailing RSVPTOVANS@gmail.com with “Classic & Brooklyn” in the subject line. 

vanssnow:

What is Vans UK Rider Aimee Fuller rocking to get pumped for double backflips? A mix of pop hits, classic tunes and the grand daddy purp himself Wiz Khalifa. Young, Wild and Free is right Aimee, that should be your theme song. Check out the rest of her playlist below…

vanssnow:

What is Vans UK Rider Aimee Fuller rocking to get pumped for double backflips? A mix of pop hits, classic tunes and the grand daddy purp himself Wiz Khalifa. Young, Wild and Free is right Aimee, that should be your theme song. Check out the rest of her playlist below…

TOGETHER PANGEA at BURGERAMA

The LA rockers got the night started as the sun went down and fans filled the lot to get a glimpse of Together Pangea at Burgerama this Sunday. The band surely delivered with a raw and edgy set that pleased the crowd playing favorites like “Badillac” and “The Offer.” These dudes know how to rock and make it sound as fun as it looks every time. 

Photos: Amanda Rae Stephens

KOOL KEITH at BURGERAMA

Kool Keith and friends had the whole Observatory packed as well as the stage itself! Wearing a Viking hat and sunglasses indoors, the Bronx MC wowed the audience with rap after rap flowing perfectly without a hiccup and letting his friends get in on some freestyle fun as well. Kool Keith was definitely one of the most entertaining acts of the day and everyone was digging the old school throwbacks. 

Photos: Amanda Rae Stephens

TOMORROWS TULIPS at BURGERAMA

Tomorrows Tulips, fronted by Vans Surf’s very own Alex Knost, enticed the crowd with their unique stage set-up complete with two large televisions projecting footage of the crowd and the band as they were performing. It didn’t take long to get the crowd head-banging along to songs off their albums Experimental Jelly and Eternally Teenage, giving listeners a groovy jam session of authentic beachy grunge rock. 

Photos: Grant Hatfield