During a sold-out show at the Fillmore, the rock band recreated an entire album in concert form.
The rock group stayed true to its roots while partying at a sold-out show in Washington, D.C.
There's a cozy sense of camaraderie that comes with being a fuck-up in a room full of fuck-ups.
The EDM stars are coming back for round two on Nov. 16.
The night showcased the odd dynamic between the band and their fans.
A two-hour set, a couple of kids on stage and a night to remember.
The Sunday night show proved to be one full of energy.
The gloomy weather didn't stop a sold-out crowd from showing up.
Sept. 13 at the 9:30 Club was a night to remember.
The show at EagleBank Arena was rebellious in both its message and sound.
The panelists discussed their experiences on the campus and around the country.
About 35 people attended the event in Stamp Student Union.
He earned the most points by an individual at this year's competition.
The Sikh Student Association's tent was set up for four hours during the day and interacted with more than 100 students.
The duo brought all the trappings of EDM to the Washington area.
The Australian singer-songwriter provided warm, relaxed vibes for the sold-out crowd.
Coheed and Cambria brought their concept-based rock to Echostage last Wednesday as a part of their The Color Before the Sun Tour.