Details to The Holidays are about bringing people together and having a good time and that's what this show is all about. At least one common theme with all these bands is that the all put on one hell of a show and sure do know how to entertain. ***This show is also a toy drive, please feel free to bring any toy that you would like to donate to children in need for the Holidays. All shows at Sammy's in the month of Decemeber will be welcoming toy donations.*** The Beast of Nod 12- 12:40am The only Intergalactic Death Metal band ever to visit Earth Das Muerte 11- 11:40pm Avant-garde masters of insanity. Hands down one of the most entertaining bands ever! My Missing Half 10- 10:40pm Local Titans of Melodic Death Metal Marianne Toilet and The Runs 9- 9:40pm Dirty and flirty local Comedy Rockers bringing their own style of Rock 'n Raunch that is not to be missed! After the Blackout 8- 8:40pm Local punk that sure to get you going! Myth of I 7- 7:40pm Awesome local Progressive Instrumental Metal. $10 at the door, Doors at 6pm. Music starts at 7pm. 18+ with ID at door. Load in is 5:30pm for bands.
Revere Massachusetts is home of the famous Revere Beach which has been a destination location for many generations. The amusements are gone but the beauty of the beach is still available to everyone who visits.
Revere is a highly developed residential suburb located about 5 miles from downtown Boston. Almost 900 acres of Revere is open water and wetlands and the rest is used for residential-commercial and transportation purposes.
Revere is within a short distance to all major urban amenities including museum and medical facilities as well as theaters and institutions of higher learning and is even close by Logan International Airport. The city is convenient to Routes 1 as well as Route 93 and Route 128. With three public MBTA transportation systems-you can get anywhere in the world from Revere!
Revere Beach was the first public beach in the United States and is host to Wonderland Dog Racing Track and Suffolk Downs Horse Racing Track. Revere's multi-cultural and diverse population enjoys its residential neighborhoods and takes pride in its recently developed and improved extensive system of parks.