- $15 for one ticket to see The Devil Wears Prada (up to $27.85 value)
- When: Friday, December 6, at 7 p.m.
- Where: The Ballroom at Warehouse Live
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
The Devil Wears Prada
- Who's playing: The Devil Wears Prada, The Ghost Inside, Volumes, and Texas in July
- What The Devil Wears Prada is: a Christian metal-core sextet hailing from Dayton, Ohio
- Where their moniker comes from: the novel written by Lauren Weisberger
- Why they picked it: they assumed it was an anti-materialist slogan
- What they did when they realized it wasn't: kept it anyway and imbued it with their own anti-materialist message
- What, according to vocalist Mike Hranica, the band is reacting to: A music scene that "suffers from a total lack of emotion. It's sort of losing an audible sense of sincerity."
- Their records include: Zombie EP about an undead apocalypse, accompanied by a comic that armageddon aficionado J.L. Bourne penned
- What The Ghost Inside formerly went by: A Dying Dream
- What they're known for: melodic hardcore that mingles throat-scraping screams with purer-sounding, layered choruses
- The diverse musical backgrounds of Volumes' five members: jazz, classical, post-rock, rap, and metal
- What adjectives they use to describe the result: "rhythmic, groove, technical, brutal, captivating, face melting"
- When the youthful members of Texas in July embarked on their first national tour: before any of them had graduated high school or had amassed enough data to really differentiate between Texan and non-Texan Julys
Named after its former life as a 1920s era warehouse, Warehouse Live has traded the steady hum of industrial machines for the solid roar of music-crazy crowds. Before even setting foot within, guests can get an idea of the venue's energy by noting the 20-foot marquee towering above the street at the entrance, flashing its vintage neon welcoming. The venue's two spaces cater to groups of all sizes, from 1,500-person concerts to 50-person parties and very awkward, very expensive first dates. Full bars throughout pour a menu of cocktails and beer to keep limbs limber for dancing.