Here you can view past and future flyers for Cartoon Violence shows.
We have three exciting shows to announce this fall.
First, September 11-12 is Freq.Fest.Norcal, the first Northern California chiptune festival from the 8BitLA crew. Over two days, this event will feature 13 bands including Cartoon Violence, every one of which uses a GameBoy or other video game system as an instrument. Tickets are $10 per night and this is an all ages show starting at 6pm. Cartoon Violence plays at 7:30pm on Friday, 9/11.
Second and Third, we are playing two shows at Showdown, a bar at 10 6th Street in San Francisco. Our first show is October 10th, and our second is Halloween, October 31st, both on a Saturday. Shows are $8, 21 and over, and start at 8pm. Cartoon Violence plays both nights at 11pm.
On Saturday, August 22nd, we will be the house band for the Silicon Valley Roller Girls double header bout. We will play at 5:30pm before the first bout, between the two bouts, and during half-time of each bout.
Use the coupon code CARTOON to get a special $12 price on advance tickets ($18 at the door).
San Jose Convention Center – SOUTH HALL
435 South Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Beyond your ordinary allotment of vaganzas, this extra vaganza will thrill you and ignite the midichlorians inside your blood! Join us on May 2nd, which is a Saturday, to celebrate Star Wars Day (May the 4th Be With You).
Saturday, May 2nd, 8pm, $8, All Ages
Homestead Bowl / X-Bar, Cupertino, CA
RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1623184177924835
DEATH + TAXES + CHIPTUNES: Wed. Apr. 15, 9pm, 21+ $5 entry.
The Stork Club, 2330 Telegraph Ave, Oakland CA
RSVP ON FACEBOOK
Local music made with videogame sounds and electronic doodads. Cartoon Violence (Oakland), Doctor Popular (SF) , Robo Beat’em Up (Oakland), and Continuum Kingdom (San Jose) represent a diverse sampling of the vibrant Bay Area Chiptune, 8-bit, and electronic music scene.
Cartoon Violence: Nerd Rock Electro Punk Chiptune Dance Party!
Doctor Popular: Catchy electro pop performed on old Game Boys and toy synthesizers.
Robo Beat’em Up: Unquestionably the ultimate experience in robot chip punk.
Continuum Kingdom: Post chip concept jam rock from San Jose.