Eight bands to rock River Riot music festival this Sunday

River Riot is back with a massive lineup for its $25 ticket price. The annual hard-rock music festival -- which is presented by 89.7 The...

The Waiting Room

Bobby Kreifels is a Waiting Room regular for a reason.


“Wentworth” still gets an A with the absence of Bea

Erik Mauro CONTRIBUTOR Netflix is becoming the way of television consumption for many Americans. The streaming service has gotten so big, it's making its own shows...

Cage the Elephant experiments with grunge

Zane Fletcher EDITOR-IN-CHIEF When Cage the Elephant burst onto the scene in 2009 with their first self-titled album, many instantly fell in love with the hard...

Bad Pop at Reverb Lounge

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Bad Pop is an indie-rock group stopping by the Reverb Lounge in Omaha as a part of their 5-week tour. The tour...

Blue October loves Omaha, and Omaha loves Blue October

Photos by Jenna Hynek. Ben Helwig Contributor It’s a common phrase yelled by the lead singer during a concert: “WE LOVE YOU (Insert city here).” Well, when...

Hot and heavy Wakarusa

Temperatures were soaring into the low 100s, and there were 30,000 hipsters, ravers and other types hanging around within two square miles for four days. Throw in about 100 talented artists with the said 30,000 people tucked away into the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, and you have the Wakarusa music festival, taking place from June 2 through June 5 at Mulberry Mountain outside Ozark, Arkansas.


Local choir performs in ‘Distant’ concert

For fans of the Final Fantasy video games, Thursday, March 21 was as magical as the classic series' stories and plots.