Gary Numan

The Second Savage North American Tour

Gary Numan

Nightmare Air

Friday, October 5, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$35 - $55

This event is 21 and over

GENERAL ADMISSION; 2 DRINK MIN; NO CAMERAS/RECORDING

GENERAL ADMISSION is STANDING ONLY; Limited GA seating is available on a first-come first-served basis.


TABLE SEATING - Front Left and Right tables seat four guests are available for reservation. Must purchase the entire table. Will Call only, table credentials issued at the box office upon arrival and are non-replaceable.  Purchaser of the table must be present with a photo ID at the box office to claim all 4 seats at Will Call.  Please note that if the tables have not been claimed after 20 minutes into the headliners performance, the seats/table will be released to GA ticket holders.

 

4 ticket limit per customer/household/account/email/address. Orders exceeding the 4 ticket limit may be cancelled. Orders placed for sole purpose of resale will be cancelled. 

Gary Numan
Gary Numan
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.
Nightmare Air
Nightmare Air
Named after a skateboard move, Los Angeles band NIGHTMARE AIR emphasizes sonic momentum, during both live performances and in the studio. Since the band’s inception in 2011, the trio comprised of Dave Dupuis, Swaan Miller and Jimmy Lucido, have been filling venues across the globe with energetic massive sound walls, captivating lights, and ethereal vocals.

Released in 2013 the debut studio full-length “High in the Lasers” mixed by Dave Schiffman (Nine Inch Nails, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Mars Volta) and mastered by Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, Sonic Youth, The White Stripes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) has landed the group as a featured new artist in Filter and Under the Radar magazine, and album on the month in ArtRocker Magazine UK. The release also saw them top many lists in 2013, including Diffuser.fm naming them:

“One of 10 best Modern Shoegaze Bands”

Nightmare Air’s Dupuis, a veteran of L.A. shoegazers Film School (Beggars Banquet Records), and Miller, whose stark 2006 acoustic album on Important Records melted hearts and faces everywhere, meticulously layer boy-girl harmonies, psych noise loops, fuzz-ripped bass, and glam soaked walls of guitars. In their combined years of touring, these road veterans have supported heavyweights from Smashing Pumpkins to The Jesus and Mary Chain to Swervedriver. Headlining clubs and playing festivals around the world throughout 2012 and 2013, Nightmare Air have shared stages with Sonic Youth legend Lee Ranaldo, The Airborne Toxic Event, The Wedding Present, The Duke Spirit, The Buzzcocks, Fishbone, Japanther, Ice Age, and The Cult at a SXSW showcase.

The future is bright.

(Taken from their official website)
Venue Information:
Bimbo's 365 Club
1025 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA, 94133
http://www.bimbos365club.com