We are very pleased to announce that our debut album will be available for pre-order very soon! We teamed up with renowned photographer, graphic designer, and music journalist Joel Barrios and he re-designed the album cover and we loved it! He’s putting together our webpage and we’ll share all the details with you in the coming weeks. If you want to listen to what Eric Gillette is capable of behind the drum-kit and the keyboards, don’t miss this record! Tree Of Life #treeoflife #progressivemetal #newalbumcover #debutalbumcomingsoon ... See MoreSee Less
The progger's guide to Polyheadbanging, Episode 3:4!
In this episode we are hosting a very special guest - THE MIGHTY Kerry King from Slayer who will demonstrate how to headbang polyrhythmically on a...
Unified Past is really honored and excited to be performing this year with such a great lineup of artists! For those who aren't that familiar with us, please check out our song "Erasure Principle". We'll see you all soon! ... See MoreSee Less
As I sit and watch snow accumulate with rapid acceleration, I feel it's a nice to moment to officially release the digital version of my new solo album, Blank. randymcstine.bandcamp.com/album/blank
You can now stream, download, and purchase the album through Bandcamp, which is one of the most artist-friendly places to do such a thing.
Part of the reason the album exists the way it does, is due to my efforts to (re)connect with nature and the unplugged world. If you happen to be in the clutches of a blizzard, but hopefully comfortable, consider giving this a listen. Other people can listen too... ... See MoreSee Less
Two very different definitions of prog.. which one do you take? ... See MoreSee Less
There are two schools of thought about prog. One says prog is a genre, limited by certain stylistic constraints that were created sometime in the early 1970s.
The other is much more comprehensive an...
Just want to inform everyone that full weekend passes are still available, but please note that they will no longer be available after April 7th, 2017. So buy your full weekend passes NOW for the best rate.
We’re pleased to announce that single day tickets will be on sale April 7th at 12:00 noon.
Single day ticket prices are: Friday Night showcase - $70.00 Saturday Pass - $95.00 for full day lineup. Sunday Pass - $95.00 for full day lineup.
These prices include the 10% Gettysburg Entertainment tax and a $1 Historic Fee. FYI, anyone who pays with a credit card will also pay $2 more per ticket in service fees.
Regular seat tickets may only be purchased on the Majestic Theater website or through the box office by calling (717) 337-8200, or in person at 25 Carlisle Street during box office hours (Sunday: 3-7:30 pm, Monday-Saturday: 12 noon-7:30 pm).