- One ticket to see SOiL or Gemini Syndrome With Mindset Evolution and Starset
- Where: District Bar & Grill
- Section: general admission
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $12 to see Gemini Syndrome with Mindset Evolution and Starset on Tuesday, December 3 at 8 p.m. (up to a $20 value). Doors open at 7 p.m.
- $15 to see SOiL on Wednesday, December 4 at 8 p.m. (up to a $26 value). Doors open at 7 p.m.
Gemini Syndrome with Mindset Evolution and Starset
- Why that guy in Gemini Syndrome looks familiar: It's Aaron Nordstrom, formerly of Otep
- Award that doesn't exist that the band should win anyway: best-named instrumentalists
- Why: the band is made up of Nordstrom, drummer Steele Medina, guitarists Rich Juzwick and Mike Salerno, and bass player Alessandro Paveri
- How AllMusic.com describes them: "Nu-metal-meets-post-grunge-influenced hard rock"
- Mindset Evolution's big break: winning the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival Battle of the Bands in 2011
- Starset's origin story: they're spreading the message of humanity's demise they heard transmitted from a star within the Ophiuchus Constellation
SOiL with A.D.D.
- SOiL's hometown: Chicago
- SOiL's big break: after releasing their debut independent album in 1997, they became the first rock group to be signed by Clive Davis to J Records
- Awww, reunions: after a seven-year split from the group, vocalist Ryan McCombs rejoined the band for a tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of their major-label debut. The temporary reunion became less temporary, and the band's original lineup is now intact.
- Check out: "The Hate Song," a melodically-complex and clever ear-buster from their newest album, Whole
- A.D.D. is: a female-fronted hard rock quintet from Lockport, IL
- A.D.D. stands for: Analog Digital Disorder
- Check out: "Nightmare," an adrenaline-laced showcase of singer Margaret Young's earthy, commanding vocals
District Bar & Grill
When it comes to entertainment, District Bar & Grill leaves nobody in the dust. Throughout each month, live musicians—from local dueling piano acts to national touring bands, like Hinder and Filter—fill District with their catchy riffs. As they play, so do sports teams on flat-screen televisions throughout the bar, as well as players racking up games on in-house billiards tables. To accompany all this visual stimuli, the grill’s cooks whip up an extensive menu of bar classics. Those range from slow-cooked pork and chipotle aioli sandwiched into paninis to wings tossed in over 10 sauces, including peanut butter and mango habanero.