Heave Metal Superstars Heaven & Hell in Concert at the Greek Theatre
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Ring in the New Year with the silk-and-diamond decadence of The Great Gatsby as Baz Lurhmann's best films spring to life during this spectacular New Year's Eve party. Begin your stylish evening with a three-course dinner, followed by a performance of the popular show For the Record: Baz Luhrmann, featuring powerhouse performers from music, stage and screen reenacting iconic scenes and songs from Moulin Rouge, Romeo + Juliet, Strictly Ballroom and The Great Gatsby. After the show, Rockwell will be transformed into a Gatsby-style 1920s retreat. Listen to live music while enjoying the delicious buffet and glass of champagne included in the ticket price. If you'd prefer to skip the seated dinner and show and commence straight to partying the night away, the VIP Party Only option takes place in Rockwell's dazzling second-floor VIP salon, decorated Gatsby-style, where you can enjoy the buffet, a champagne toast, a balloon drop and live music. Learn More
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- "Bone-crunching riffs and power chords that can loosen the phlegm in your chest." --Associated Press
On April 28, Heaven & Hell released their first album in 17 years The Devil You Know and the highly anticipated set did not disappoint. Revolver Magazine declared it “an album of ageless metal anthems” and The Associated Press praised its “bone-crunching riffs and power chords that can loosen the phlegm in your chest.” The band plans to mix in several tracks from THE The Devil You Know into their set of Dio-era Black Sabbath classics.
Heaven & Hell began writing for The Devil You Know last year, first in England at Iommi’s home studio and later in Los Angeles at Dio’s studio. “The band had gotten too good to just walk away,” Dio says. “We wanted to show people that we were still capable of giving them new music that measured up to what we’d done in the past.” With that goal in mind, the band hit the Rockfield Studios in Wales last winter and the result is the 10-song epic The Devil You Know.
Coheed And Cambria bring their unique blend of prog and metal as the supporting act on the tour. The band just released their Neverender box set. The 4-CD/5-DVD collection chronicles a series of 2008 shows where the band performed all four of their albums in the same city on consecutive nights.