Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Alternative rock artist Dom Liberati is making a special appearance in his “Happy Halloween Show” presented by Kelly McGarry on October 31 at The House of Blues on Sunset Strip in Hollywood. The Midwestern-born musician is no frightful foe to the House of Blues, where he has performed in the past. Liberati recently concluded his All Eyes Open 2012 summer tour to promote his new album, The Good Hurt.
The costume-encouraged “Happy Halloween Show” will take place on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 8PM at the House of Blues on Sunset Strip in Hollywood, CA. Presale tickets are available for $10 or $15 at the door. Liberati will bewitch the audience in the Parish extension of the Foundation Room and will be joined by DJ Mike Kindel, LNE, With Wolves, Daphne’s Roots, and All Time Low, who will be headlining the main stage. The House of Blues is located near the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, which will be held from 6PM to 11PM on October 31.
WHO: Dom Liberati
WHAT: ‘Happy Halloween Show’ presented by Kelly McGarry featuring live local bands
WHEN: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 8PM
House of Blues on Sunset Strip
8430 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Costumes are encouraged.
Presale tickets are available for $10 at http://domliberati.eventbrite.com/ or $15 at the door.
About Dom Liberati
Dom Liberati delivers bass driven anthem rock with an earnest, aggressive and fresh approach. His infectious, stadium-sized hooks with pop sensibility have been compared to the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon. In 2011, Liberati’s first official music video was released and “We Own the Night” went on to win two Los Angeles Movie Awards. Since then, he has gone on tour to promote his new album, The Good Hurt. He has collaborated with Grammy-winning songwriter Sunny Hilden (Sting, Ray Charles, David Archuleta), former UMG session guitarist Tony Solis (John Legend, Don Henley, An Endless Sporadic) and the Tiesto-favored DJ Fei-Fei. Liberati currently lives in Los Angeles and can be found frequently performing with his self-assembled custom basses at iconic music venues such as The Hotel Café, The House of Blues, and the Roxy.