Iconic 90’s band, Filter to Perform at Houston’s Whatever Fest

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Situated in one of Houston’s new and thriving urban hot spots (dubbed EaDo Park, by local city dwellers), word of the first annual Whatever Fest has been circulating all across the city through social media and fliers composed of flabbergasting art. Inspired by Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest, and the recent success of the local Houston comedy scene, Justin Price, a longtime Warehouse Live talent buyer, tells media sources his plans to showcase an eclectic mix of musical and comedic and talent in a half outdoor/ half indoor extravaganza. Performances in Warehouse Live (both stages) as well as Lucky’s Pub’s outdoor patio will feature acts such as, Passion Pit, Blonde Redhead, Kreayshawn, TJ Miller, Sam Demaris, Kumail Nainjiani, The Dwares and longtime favorites, Filter.

Filter, an industrial rock act, prominent during the late 90’s, early 2000’s rock scene will be gracing the stage with their good ear thumping rock melodies. Formed by Richard Patrick and Brian Liesegang after leaving Nine Inch Nails, the musical masterminds have released alongside their evolving band over six studio albums as well as created a fourteen track album featuring the band’s most addicting hits, including songs like, Hey Man Nice Shot, Take a Picture, Where Do We Go From Here and Hey Bro. The band will be the last musical act of the night, and will be performing on Sunday August tenth (the last day of the festival). Highlighting their newest track The Hand That’s Dealt, Filter, as always promises a performance full of high raw energy and musical nostalgia for an era in rock history still resonating in our hearts today.

 

For more ticket information check out the link below!

http://houstonwhateverfest.com/#tickets

Tiffany is HTX based freelance contributing writer previously featured on PILAR Poetry & Short Stories and The Young Houston Magazine. She is a two time Poetic Power winner. Her writing specializes in music, art, city life, film & TV and pop culture. She is currently a Freshman at the University of Houston studying Communications and Mexican American Studies.

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