Friday, April, 5 2019

Rival Entertainment Presents:

with Nocturnal Animals

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Doors 7pm / Show 8pm / All Ages / $13 Advance / $15 Day of Show

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• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show

Nocturnal Animals is an alternative rock group from Atlanta, GA consisting of singer/guitarist Mason Jones, guitarist Dawson Tucker, and drummer Derrick Stephen. Charismatic with engaging vocals, they’ve distinguished themselves with their distinct talent and high energy performances!

Nocturnal Animals has gathered national attention with the release of their debut EP ‘Dark Lit Places’ in 2017, and second EP ‘Writing On The Walls’ in 2018... here is what people are saying about the band:

HUFFINGTON POST: “Nocturnal Animals combines potent alt indie/rock with bits and pieces of R&B and a dash of pop. It’s a smooth polished sound rife with layered dynamics and rewarding harmonics.”

TATTOO.COM: “Nocturnal Animals is a band with massive potential. With a sound blending alt/indie rock with vestiges of R&B and tasty dollops of pop, their music achieves a low-slung muscularity full of surfacing dynamism and iridescent textures.”

ROCK ERA MAGAZINE: “Nocturnal Animals raw energetic melodic music caught my ears and it’s so smooth to listen to. Their EP is amazing and reminds me of alternative/pop rock acts like Panic! At The Disco, Arctic Monkeys, and Catfish And The Bottlemen.

BLURRED CULTURE: “Smooth, crisp, jagged melodies mesh together over each track... it’s as if the group was assembled and mastered by the likes of Green Day and Panic! At The Disco to have such conviction blast through your speakers.”

THE MUSIC COURT: “Nocturnal Animals may be the next best thing in Atlanta. In a music culture that sometimes steers musicians and groups in other directions, this band sounds like they know exactly who they are and how their sound should evolve.”
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