Goes Great With: Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Dandy Warhols, White Denim
It's Free Week, our yearly 'thank you' to you, the fans, happening July 18th - July 21st. Every single day we'll toast to the city we love with kickass shows from bands like Henry + The Invisibles, John Baumann, Shotgun Rider, The Roomsounds and more! All you gotta do is show up! If you purchase a $5 ticket, you are guaranteed entry and your first drink is on us, $20 tickets guarantee you a seat and a drink on us! No hidden fees, no service charges, nothing. It's a celebration devoted to you!
7:00 | Doors
8:00 | Acid Carousel
9:00 | Natural Anthem
10:15 | Bright Light Social Hour
Goes Great With: Pierce The Veil, blessthefall, Asking Alexandria, Of Mice and Men
one of the most influential artists in the alternative rock genre blends tender and anguished in equal measure.
6:30 | Doors
7:30 | Kulick
8:15 | The Rocket Summer
9:15 | Sleeping with Sirens
Goes Great With: Pavement, Yo La Tengo, Guided By Voices, Built To Spill
Malkmus and co return with a kaleidoscopic joyride of rock, pop, and folk.
*Ticket prices increase on day of show*
7:00 | Doors
8:00 | Soccer Mommy
9:15 | Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Goes Great With: John McLaughlin, Paco de Lucia, Al Di Meola, Wes Montgomery
Virtuousic, rhythmic, & improvisation-rich acoustic latin jazz.
Goes Great With: Hippo Campus, Moon Taxi, Kings of Leon, Local Natives
On Sale 7/20 @ 10am
Goes Great With: Dr. Dog, Dawes, Houndmouth, M. Ward
Solo project of Toronto-based guitarist Afie Jurvanen- stripped down and contemplative sound, allowing the guitar to do the heavy lifting on his quiet indie folk meditations.
*Ticket prices increase on day of show.
Goes Great With: Neko Case, Sharon Van Etten, Mazzy Star, Elliott Smith
One of the most acclaimed singer/songwriters to emerge from the1990s indie rock scene, Cat Power pens songs that are literate and emotionally revealing, performing them in a soulful idiosyncratic style that reveals both strength and fragility.
Goes Great With: Foals, Spoon, MUTEMATH, Portugal. The Man
Intricate guitar work and brilliant rhythms push the boundaries of "indie"