Trace’s Rome and TAP announce three upcoming shows

Are you looking for good hardcore or metal shows in Central New York? Well here’s a tip, Check out The Addendum Promotions and Trace’s Rome for a taste you’ve been looking for.



On February 23rd they have Strength For A Reason and GhostxShip with special guests The Storm and Desolation, with the triumph return of The Devils Discipline. Doors will be opening at 7pm with the show starting at 8pm. Pre-sales are $8, the day of $10 at the door.

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On March 2nd they will be having My Bitter End returning to Rome with Footage Of Yeti, Torment The Dreamer, Meira, and Face-Off.  Pre-sales are $8 and day of at the door are $10. The show starts at 8pm, doors will be opening at 7pm.

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Lastly on May 25th the great Diecast with Our Darkest Day, Jonestown and The Devils Discipline will be entering Rome NY, pre-sales will be $10, $12 the day of at the door. Kicking it off at 8pm with again, doors opening at 7pm.

All pre-sales can be purchased through all local bands, Traces, and Rockin’ Horse Tattoo. You may also contact Trace’s Rome or go to The Addendum Promotions and shoot them a message, they will make sure you get one. Come out and support your local scene, all shows will be held at Trace’s Rome, 1109 Oneida St., Rome NY 13440.


About Jim Gilbert

Jim Gilbert has been a photographer on and off for nearly 30 years. After concentrating on landscapes and portraits, Jim turned his focus to music photography. In doing so,Jim has become known throughout New York State as one of the more professional concert photographers on the scene. Music photography made a lot of sense as he has been an avid concert goer for over 20 years. In the past year, he has photographed over 200 bands including legends such as BB King, Charlie Daniels, Phil Lesh and Rob Zombie; his work covers all genres of music. He has been able to be on-stage to shoot many world-renowned acts and continues to love photographing up-and-coming acts that come through Upstate New York.

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