Billboard has teamed up with Chevy to kick off Dreamseekers, a concert series showcasing the best and most promising bands in music today. The second event comes to Dallas's Granada Theater on Sept. 21, following the debut event at Reggies in Chicago on Sept. 14.
The Dallas bill includes experimental noise-rockers A Place to Bury Strangers, a Brooklyn-based trio known for engulfing live audiences with their massive sound. The band's 2009 album, "Exploding Head," spent time on the Heatseekers Albums chart.
The exclusive event also features Billboard Music Awards Battle of the Bands winner, Boston's own Gentlemen Hall, who recently lit up the stage at Billboard.com's Summer Blowout concert in NYC. Also on the bill at the Granada Theater is Dallas' own Burning Hotels.
Hosted by Billy the Kidd of 106.1 KISS FM, the Dreamseekers show on Sept. 21 is free and open to anyone 18 years and older. Click here to reserve tickets and find more details on the event.
Stay tuned for information on a future event in Los Angeles (10/12).