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  • October 17, 2017
    reCAP :: Modest Mouse w/ Mimicking Birds :: 2017.10.13 & 10.14

    Words by Jon Chattman & John William Mabery Photos by Marc Millman & Andrew Scott Blackstein Friday, 2017.10.13 Modest Mouse opened the first of two sold-out shows at The Cap on Oct. 13 with an interesting choice: their dreamy ballad “Strangers to Ourselves,” the self-titled track off their last album. Following a pitch perfect rendition of that slow-moving track, they Read More …

    October 16, 2017
    Here’s Some of the Best Bob Weir Moments at The Cap

    Happy 70th birthday, Bob Weir! Bob Weir has played The Cap 31 times, 18 times with the Grateful Dead from 1970 – 1971 alone, and 13 times since our reopening in 2012. Last year, we had the honor of celebrating Weir’s 69th birthday, and it was truly an exceptionally special experience in many ways. Bob Weir, you’ve influenced our lives Read More …

    October 13, 2017
    The Littlest Things Make The Biggest Noises: Tracking Down The Alpaca Gnomes

    The Alpaca Gnomes are a 7 piece original rock/folk band coming to Garcia’s on Thursday, October 19. Their goal is to spread happiness and inspire others to do the same. We tracked down the Gnomes and asked them a few questions before their show. Check it out and get to the show early for Meadowhawks, who have created their own Read More …

    10 Reasons Why You Need to Be in the Crowd at 311

    Words by: Alexandra Miguel There aren’t many bands that bring the amount of energy and enthusiasm to their shows like 311. Groovy tunes, glorious vibes, and inspiring lyrics – this band knows how to keep their fans happy! Is 311 worth seeing live? Yes! But don’t take our word for it, hear it from the fans. 1. “Trust me when Read More …

    10 Albums We’re Spinning Right Now

    Summertime’s over and we’re excited to have so many bands closing out 2017. From Cheap Trick to 311, The Cap will fill out with an eclectic surge of legendary acts. Want to know what we’re listening to in preparation for the musical madness? Here’s some of our favorite albums at the moment. Turn on, tune in, drop out! 1. Modest Read More …

    October 12, 2017
    The Many Faces of Scott Metzger

    The room is rocking with cheers and screaming fans as Scott Metzger takes his place, guitar in hand, and an agenda to bring down the house… Playing in just one band was never enough for Metzger, and with his chosen career, he has freed himself to make unique artistic choices, complete with ever-changing projects. The New Jersey native can be Read More …

    October 10, 2017
    reCAP :: Third Eye Blind :: 2017.10.07

    “I’ve been told The Capitol for some reason, this is one of the best theaters in America. I don’t know what it is but this place has got the vibes.” -Stephan Jenkins
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    October 3, 2017
    Lessons We Can Learn From Janis Joplin

    Words by: Olivia Viana Today we remember the life and legacy of Janis Joplin, who still rocks the world as one of the most influential figures in music. On August 8, 1970, Joplin played an unforgettable show at our venue. Beyond the music that she left the world, she continues to inspire us with her brave and beautiful life story Read More …

    September 29, 2017
    Benefit Youth Vocal Competition & Performance: Tri-State Rocks

    The Capitol Theatre is proud to be home to the first-annual Tri-State Rocks benefit show. Tri-State Rocks is a benefit vocal competition and performance, perfect for both aspiring artists and audience members interested in an evening of entertainment and supporting local charitable organizations. All proceeds from the event will support Kids In Crisis, ArtWorks, and Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a Read More …

    September 28, 2017
    reCAP :: Pixies w/ Sunflower Bean :: 2017.09.24

    Went to see Pixies at The Capitol Theatre. I always enjoy the ambiance of such an ebullient venue. And plenty of nervous excitement as the soldout crowd shuffles for spots on the floor, off-handed conversation about faces and places. Smiles, looks of incredulity, eyes rolling, then understanding, laughter.
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