Radio Cult rocks the night away every time they hit the stage and that’s exactly what they’ve been doing since their first show on July 1, 2005. Four CDs and over 800 shows later, the band is still rocking across the United States from California to the beaches of the East Coast and whenever they get the chance, Europe too! Songs from their CDs are getting radio play across the country and around the world. They’ve done numerous radio interviews, performed on television and have songs featured in several movies. The band is the subject of the video game Radio Cult: Loadout in which gamers can play the different members of the band. Bambi is a featured artist with Dean Guitars and the band has signed endorsement deals with GHS strings and Coffin Case. When they aren’t on the road, Radio Cult is in the recording studio. The band has written and recorded music for movie soundtracks, a cartoon, live events and even a comic book superhero theme song! When all is said and done, Radio Cult is primarily a live band. Their show is an action packed, double feature of fun! The members of Radio Cult LOVE to play in a band and it shows. When the band has fun, the crowd has fun and with Radio Cult the crowd really has a blast! For more information, visit RadioCult.com
The anthemic, alternative-rock band has cultivated an exciting sound ready for epic amphitheater performances, garnering them comparisons from Muse to Coldplay. Showcasing enduring melodies, masterful riffs, pulsating percussive beats, and ethereal key tones, they aim to explore the spectrum of emotion and thus, the human experience. “People don’t often expect to hear arena-rock in these smaller clubs,” explains Van, the ensemble’s guitar-wielding vocalist. “But the way I see it, we’re just dressing for the job we want.”
The Graveyard Boulevard
is a rock 'n' roll band from North Carolina that blends elements of punk and
metal with things that go bump in the night.
The songs lean toward high
energy, catchy tunes with traditional punk rock characteristics. That
musical aggression is then melded with some selective heavy metal influence
to create a fresh, yet familiar, style that stands apart from much of the
current music scene. Mix in a twist of classic monster movies and squirt of
dark comedy, and you get the creepy cocktail called,
The Graveyard Boulevard.
Loud, aggressive, scary, messy, cuddly, post-apocalyptic, post punk, scream, metal, violent, energetic, horror, rock, smash, toxic, neo, bloody, biker, barroom, slam a with a southern twist.
Haz-Matty is the star of the newest rock video for the song I Wanna Believe by the horror-rock band HAZMAT. Although he hasn't became a household name he has made many a cameo appearances throughout the years in many motion pictures. His work has covered a wide range of styles from comedy, horror, drama, and even children's programming (*until his drunken shenanigans had him pulled from networks). After
Not just a "Drag Show" but local club scene favorites gather as they take the Geek Fandom World by STORM! An 18+ show that had to make the Big Theater for CON NOOGA 2015. After a standing room only show in 2014 - We can;t wait to see what they have in store for 2015!! Don't miss the extraordinary show!
The Succubus Sorority is an all-around performance troupe, preferring to not pigeonhole ourselves and limit our creativity- we are proficient in many edgy circus show skills. From alluring Gothic to charismatic quirk, from European-style fetish to Vegas-style burlesque, our ladies’ wide range of personalities will ensure that our shows will include something for everyone.
Moonhoar is a theatrical bellydance duo from New Orleans featuring
Hairy The Beast and Warta The Destroyer. Moonhoar fuses various styles
of bellydance with experimental movement and modern dance to a selection
of avant garde music and concepts. Moonhoar's storytelling comes to
life through dance, elaborate hand-made costumes, and visual media. The
tales they tell spread from whimsical fantasies to the psychotic and
Con Nooga can not take responsibility for all acts appearing. Due to scheduling or 'no shows' we can not guarantee all acts to be present. We have commitments from everyone listed and we will keep you posted to any cancellations.