As part of the August Art walk in DTSA, GCS hosted MEEZY as he painted a new piece out in front of the shop. MEEZY killed it with MTN Hardcore paint. Come by and take a look before its another art memory. A huge thank you to this artist… look out for more from this guy.
GCS was honored to host Stan “Saints One” Nunez during the Sept ’17 art walk in DTSA. He came through to paint a new piece in the alley as well as hang some prints and originals in our gallery. Make sure to follow his social media to see more from this talented artist.
Sept 1, 2017- Stay Illuminated came through and brought us a great in store performance. Hosted by Gadzooks, performers included Tha Ynoe, EXSR, Besatree, Kid Presentable!!!, Tha Locust, Linoskiii and the DJ for the night was ROKA. Great music, great people, we look forward to the next time we can host these guys.
Join us here at GCS on Friday, August 25th when we welcome PECKS ONE for an in store performance and meet and greet. You’ll have a chance to purchase a signed copy of his latest album. Event starts at 7pm, and as always its free and all ages are welcomed. Come through.
Modern Day Soulja comes through the GCS for an in store performance June 23rd. He’ll be performing songs off his latest album “Be Blessed”. As always, show is free and all ages. Tour tickets, albums and merch will be available for purchase during the event, come through.
Join us July 8th, 2017 when Gremlin, Rhyme Scheme and Zaid Tabani come through to kick off their Unorthodox Tour. As always, show is free and all ages. Bring dough to pick up artist merch, new project will be available for purchase.
June 3, 2017- Downtown was jumping off this month. Not only was it the monthly 1st saturday art walk here in DTSA, but the annual East End Block Party event took place up and down 4th st. Here are some images we had a chance to capture, enjoy.
GCS is pleased to announce that we will host “Portraits From Havana” a photo series by Gadzooks. We’re looking forward to seeing the work. More info to come, but make sure to mark your calendars. July 1st, 2017, 6 to 11pm. Free and all ages. Bring the whole family.