Event

JMax Productions
Nothing More, Bad Wolves, Eyes Set To Kill
Mon July 23, 2018 7:30 pm PDT (Doors: 6:30 pm )
Cargo Concert Hall , 255 North Virginia Street, Reno, NV (map)
All Ages
$22.50

Tickets are available locally at Recycled Records (S Virginia) and the Cargo box office (inside Whitney Peak).

Nothing More – Ultimate VIP Package

  • One general admission ticket
  • VIP early entry into the venue
  • Preshow hang out on Nothing More’s tour bus with the band
  • Exclusive meet & greet with Nothing More
  • Personal photograph with Nothing More
  • Q&A session with the band
  • Collectible tour poster autographed by the band
  • Exclusive Nothing More VIP merchandise item
  • Official meet & greet laminate
  • Very limited availability

Nothing More – Meet & Greet Package

  • One general admission ticket
  • VIP early entry into the venue
  • Exclusive meet & greet with Nothing More
  • Personal photograph with Nothing More
  • Q&A session with the band
  • Collectible tour poster autographed by the band
  • Exclusive Nothing More VIP merchandise item
  • Official meet & greet laminate
  • Limited availability

You can’t fake something like Nothing More. Since the band’s inception, they have cultivated a rapturous fanbase the old-fashioned way: By releasing groundbreaking music, tirelessly touring and cultivating a relationship with their fans that transcends trends. Correspondingly, the band’s latest full-length The Stories We Tell Ourselves sees frontman Jonny Hawkins once again bearing the soul of Nothing More as his bandmates Mark Vollelunga (guitar), Daniel Oliver (bass) and Ben Anderson (drums) craft a sonic palette comprised of elements ranging from progressive metal to pop. Ultimately the album isn't just about the band's stories, it's also about the listener's personal narrative.

Then there are the band's live shows which have become legendary for the kinetic energy they share onstage. “We come from a perspective that the live show should be a totally different type of experience than what you hear on the record and we try to show that in every performance,” says Hawkins. It’s clear that this is a band that can't wait to share The Stories We Tell Ourselves, with their fans across the globe.

Ultimately, The Stories We Tell Ourselves proves to all of us that even if our stories don’t always have a happy ending there’s a beauty in their very existence. Even during the album’s darkest moments — Hawkins literally sings about being stuck in a hole on “Still In Love” — there’s a hopefulness that permeates each of these songs that will inevitably resonate with new listeners while making the deep bond that Nothing More has with their fans even deeper.