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White Eagle Hall *UPCOMING SHOWS*
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Hello everyone!

We have a bunch of great shows coming up at White Eagle Hall! We are a newly restored and renovated historic theater located in the thriving nightlife scene of downtown Jersey City.

Here is a list of some of our upcoming shows:

12/1/17 THE LATEST NOISE PRESENTS:
Big Wake, Sylvana Joyce and the Moment, Christina Alessi & The Toll Collectors, Smoke And Mirror Routine, Jaime Rose, James Calleo

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
18 and over
$10 - $12.16

TICKETS

12/2/17 STOP DROP CRAWL: A first responders themed bar crawl

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Minors Under 18 With Parent or Legal Guardian
$15 - $35

FDJC Holiday party with performances by MOTHER, Ten Ton Mojo, and FDJC Emerald Society Pipes & Drums. Afternoon Bar Crawl starts at 3pm and ends at White Eagle Hall at the beginning of the concert. All Bar Crawl packages include admission to the concert. Prices for the Bar Crawl will increase by $5 on Nov 27th. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Jersey City Fire Department Toy Drive stopdropandcrawl.com

TICKETS

12/5/17 GARY NUMAN

7:00 PM
18 and over
$30

Born 8th of March 1958 in Hammersmith, London, England.
Started his musical career in 1977 as a punkrocker in the band Mean Street, before being sacked in May 1977 for being "too creative". Responded to an advert in Melody Maker to join the band The Lasers, alongside Paul Gardiner. Both soon left to form their own punk band, Tubeway Army, with his uncle Jess Lidyard filling in on drums. In 1978 Tubeway Army was signed to Beggars Banquet and released a couple of punk singles. By then he was using the name Numan and the band was performing live in pubs and clubs around London, supporting The Lurkers. Whilst recording demos for Beggars, Gary stumbled upon a Minimoog that had been left behind in the studio, still programmed to a sound that caught his attention. The rest, as they say, is history. Gary Numan is considered one of the foremost pioneers in electronic dance music.

TICKETS

12/8/17 ATTILA
Fire From The Gods, Currents, Enochian, Polarity

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 7:30 PM
16 and over
20 - 25

TICKETS

12/9/17 The Bouncing Souls *SOLD OUT*

Melodic "sing along" pop punk band from New Jersey, originally formed in 1987 while the band members were still in high school. In 1993, They formed Chunksaah Records to release their early material. After heavy touring they eventually signed a deal with BYO Records in 1995, re-releasing their original LP + their sophomore LP. In 1997 they signed to Epitaph, where they stayed until 2006. Following that, they released some more material through Chunksaah before signing to Rise Records for their ninth full-length.

The band was formed by Greg Attonito (vocals), Pete Steinkopf aka The Pete (guitar), Bryan Kienlen aka Papillon (bass) and Shal Khichi (drums). The lineup has stayed consistent with the exception of the drummer. Original drummer Shal Khichi was with them until 1999, when he left and was replaced with Michael McDermott (2). In 2013 McDermott left and was replaced by George Rebelo.

12/15/17 RIPE
Okey Dokey, Late Night Episode

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
16 and over
$14 - $15.91

TICKETS

12/29/17 The Felice Brothers
Twain

The Felice Brothers are a folk rock/country rock band from Upstate New York founded in 2006.

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8:30 PM
18 and over
$20 - $23.39

TICKETS

VENUE INFORMATION:
White Eagle Hall
337 Newark Ave.
Jersey City, NJ, 07302
https://www.whiteeaglehalljc.com/

Posted on: 11/29 11:59
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