GRAND SMASH – Super Smash Bros. Tournaments at Grandsons

June 3rd, Hammonton, NJ

By Sean McCall

Grandaire Booking, who has been feeding the music scene with shows, and more importantly, a community since May of 2012, is hosting their first ever "GRAND SMASH."  Starting June 3rd, every other Friday night, Grandaire Booking will be hosting Super Smash Bros. Tournaments with their friends over at On Tilt Gaming:

“Yes, a chance to see who among us is truly the local SMASH GOD.  But as many warriors know, our titan like bodies need cuisine of only the highest artisan level.  Just how the gods of Norse mythology would battle/feast for eternity at Valhalla we to shall meet to battle/feast at the one and only Grandsons.  Please join us for a night of pain, tears, food, justice, and of of course GLORY!!!!!”

Doors at 6pm
Smash 4 at 7pm
Melee at 8pm
$5 entry fee, $5 tournament fee

Grandaire has delivered so many local shows and festivals within the last several years.  One of their major annual events is their festival, SADFEST, a music festival to raise awareness for suicide, depression, addiction, and other mental illnesses. 

Sadfest 2015 (Photo courtesy of sadfest/Grandaire Booking)

Sadfest 2015 (Photo courtesy of sadfest/Grandaire Booking)

Another festival they started more recently is Grandaire’s ELECTRIC HALLOWEEN, a festival to host all genres of music during Halloween.  You can purchase a weekend or day pass to put on your masks and enjoy all kinds of music while camping out in the Pine Barrens. 

Again, GRAND SMASH will be held at “Grandsons” on Friday, June 3 at 6pm, so come out with some friends to enjoy some friendly, yet very serious competition, to support Grandaire Booking and contribute to costs of all their hard work and dedication in providing to our music scene’s community.

About the Writer

Sean McCall is a Music Business Technology Major studying at Rowan University with a Minor in Theatre.  He has been attending shows and events since he was in middle school and has had his own band he’s been involved in for about 7 years called Breaking Tradition.  He has been actively involved in the music scene since he was young and holds an overall passion for all types of music.  He has an ear for music and tries to pick up as many instruments as he can.  Sean has sung in multiple competitive honor choirs throughout the country, ranging from All-State Honor Choir to as far as All-National Honor Choir, and plans to take off in the Music Industry in as many ways possible.  Sean also recently helped book a show in Glassboro with his friends, Alex LaVallee and Alex Bradley, and plans to book many more independent shows in the near future.  With a passion for music, bands, and the overall scene, he is adding music journalism to his resumé to contribute even further into this talented area we call home.