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back in Bethlehem, PA tonight rawkin' w/ St Paul and the Broken Bones at Lehigh University! hope 2 see u!

ps huge thanks to everyone in pittsburgh who came out to the last minute house show and made it so special - y'all are srsly awesome!
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H! Bar Presents: Ratboys

H! Bar Presents: Ratboys

Sep 21, 8:00pm - Sep 22, 4:00am

The Hollander Chicago
2022 W. North Ave
Chicago, IL  60647 Map

H! Bar's Live Music series presents: Ratboys.
Join us for a live acoustic set from local band Ratboys.

Free entry. All ages. Must be 21+ to drink.

98 interested  ·  21 going
Ratboys at Café du Nord

Ratboys at Café du Nord

Oct 5, 7:00pm - Oct 6, 2:00pm

Café du Nord
2174 Market Street
San Francisco, CA  94114 Map

Noise Pop Presents:
Ratboys at Café du Nord
Thursday, October 5, 2017
7pm Doors / 8pm Show / 21+

Born out of fierce friendship and a mutual affection for melody, Chicago’s Ratboys – anchored by the partnership of Julia Steiner and Dave Sagan – aims to ‘write songs that tell stories and honor the intimacy of memory,’ according to Steiner.
GN, the group’s second full-length album via Topshelf Records, offers a bevy of tales, laments and triumphs, which recount near-tragedies by the train tracks, crippling episodes of loneliness, remembrances of a deceased family pet with freezer burn, and on and on. The songs shift and breathe as worlds all their own, tied together by the group’s self-proclaimed ‘post-country’ sound, which combines moments of distortion and a DIY aesthetic with a devotion to simple songwriting and ties to the Americana sounds of years past.
Drawing influence from the down-to-earth sincerity of late-90s Sheryl Crow and the confessional confidence of Kim Deal and Jenny Lewis, the songs on GN (aka ‘goodnight’) “largely detail experiences of saying goodbye, finding your way home, and then figuring out what the hell to do once you’re back,” says Steiner. The songs chosen to close both sides of the record – the slow-burning ‘Crying About the Planets’ and quizzical ‘Peter the Wild Boy’ – unpack the respective journeys of two real people who were quite literally lost and found. ‘’Crying’ tells the survival story of Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson from a first-person perspective, and ‘Peter’ reflects on the life of a feral child in Germany who was eventually adopted by the King of England,’ according to Steiner. ‘Writing as and about these people is the best way I can attempt to empathize with them and really just wrap my mind around these bits of history that otherwise might not get talked about. And it helps me understand my own experiences a little bit better,’ she says.
Certain personal stories – the tour adventures recapped in ‘GM,’ the struggle to learn to show affection as divulged in ‘Molly’ – find Ratboys just as eagerly exploring subject matter that comes from within, and then illustrating the highs and lows with soaring hooks and plaintive ones. Even in the moments that lie somewhere between bliss and misery, a tension persists between Steiner’s sweet vocal delivery and Sagan’s physical, almost-off-the-hinges guitar playing that lends each song a deeper sense of color and movement.
Steiner and Sagan felt the impulse to make music together from the get-go – they first met as university students, quickly put out an EP together, and started performing as an acoustic two-piece in dorm rooms and backyards. During the next few years, the friends traveled separately, eventually reunited, and recorded what would become the first Ratboys record, AOID, which the folks at GoldFlakePaint describe as ‘a gleaming, joyous, raucous display of melodic indie-rock.’
After a year and a half of touring the US and Europe as a plugged-in full band (featuring the additions of drums, bass, and trumpet), the members of Ratboys returned to Chicago and holed up at Atlas Studios for two weeks to record with engineer Mikey Crotty (who had previously worked with the group on the songs ‘Not Again’ and ‘Light Pollution’). ‘This time around, we were lucky enough to feature the talents of friends who play the pedal steel, accordion, cello and violin to give the songs an extra something,’ says Steiner. ‘Dave finally got to show off his ridiculous skills on the pocket piano, and the whole thing felt like one big loving experiment.’
Those good times and long days yielded the 10 songs that make up GN, which Evan Hall of Pinegrove calls ‘a delectable chapter in the Ratboys story.’
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KXLU presents: Ratboys, BOYO, Justus Proffit at Bootleg Theater

KXLU presents: Ratboys, BOYO, Justus Proffit at Bootleg Theater

Oct 7, 8:30pm

Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90057 Map

KXLU Los Angeles 88.9 FM presents:
Ratboys, BOYO, Justus Proffit at Bootleg Theater - Bar Stage
Tickets available here 👉 ticketf.ly/2upKLV3

64 interested  ·  23 going
Ratboys (special intimate set) w/ Shindigs, Aquarium at Soda Bar

Ratboys (special intimate set) w/ Shindigs, Aquarium at Soda Bar

Oct 8, 8:00pm

Soda Bar
3615 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA  92104 Map

Ratboys (special intimate set)
w/ Shindigs + Aquarium

8PM • $8/10 • 21+

sodabarmusic.com

11 interested  ·  9 going
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die at High Noon

The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die at High Noon

Oct 17, 8:30pm

High Noon Saloon
701 E Washington Ave
Madison, WI  53703 Map

High Noon Saloon Presents
Welcomed by MadCity Music

The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die
with special guests Rozwell Kid & Ratboys
Tues, October 17, 2017
High Noon Saloon - Madison, WI
Doors at 8:00PM / Show at 8:30PM | 18+

-TICKETS-
$13 ADV / $16 DOS
Tickets available at High-Noon.com, by phone at 877-987-6487, and at the High Noon Saloon.

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High Noon Saloon
www.high-noon.com
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Ratboys / DAGS! / Jodi

Ratboys / DAGS! / Jodi

Oct 20, 9:00pm

The Empty Bottle
1035 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL  60622 Map

9pm // $10 (advance) // 21+

Ratboys with DAGS! & Jodi

Born out of fierce friendship and a mutual affection for melody, Chicago’s Ratboys – anchored by the partnership of Julia Steiner and Dave Sagan – aims to ‘write songs that tell stories and honor the intimacy of memory,’ according to Steiner.

GN, the group’s second full-length album via Topshelf Records, offers a bevy of tales, laments and triumphs, which recount near-tragedies by the train tracks, crippling episodes of loneliness, remembrances of a deceased family pet with freezer burn, and on and on. The songs shift and breathe as worlds all their own, tied together by the group’s self-proclaimed ‘post-country’ sound, which combines moments of distortion and a DIY aesthetic with a devotion to simple songwriting and ties to the Americana sounds of years past.

Drawing influence from the down-to-earth sincerity of late-90s Sheryl Crow and the confessional confidence of Kim Deal and Jenny Lewis, the songs on GN (aka ‘goodnight’) “largely detail experiences of saying goodbye, finding your way home, and then figuring out what the hell to do once you’re back,” says Steiner. The songs chosen to close both sides of the record – the slow-burning ‘Crying About the Planets’ and quizzical ‘Peter the Wild Boy’ – unpack the respective journeys of two real people who were quite literally lost and found. ‘’Crying’ tells the survival story of Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson from a first-person perspective, and ‘Peter’ reflects on the life of a feral child in Germany who was eventually adopted by the King of England,’ according to Steiner. ‘Writing as and about these people is the best way I can attempt to empathize with them and really just wrap my mind around these bits of history that otherwise might not get talked about. And it helps me understand my own experiences a little bit better,’ she says.

Certain personal stories – the tour adventures recapped in ‘GM,’ the struggle to learn to show affection as divulged in ‘Molly’ – find Ratboys just as eagerly exploring subject matter that comes from within, and then illustrating the highs and lows with soaring hooks and plaintive ones. Even in the moments that lie somewhere between bliss and misery, a tension persists between Steiner’s sweet vocal delivery and Sagan’s physical, almost-off-the-hinges guitar playing that lends each song a deeper sense of color and movement.

?Steiner and Sagan felt the impulse to make music together from the get-go – they first met as university students, quickly put out an EP together, and started performing as an acoustic two-piece in dorm rooms and backyards. During the next few years, the friends traveled separately, eventually reunited, and recorded what would become the first Ratboys record, AOID, which the folks at GoldFlakePaint describe as ‘a gleaming, joyous, raucous display of melodic indie-rock.’

?After a year and a half of touring the US and Europe as a plugged-in full band (featuring the additions of drums, bass, and trumpet), the members of Ratboys returned to Chicago and holed up at Atlas Studios for two weeks to record with engineer Mikey Crotty (who had previously worked with the group on the songs ‘Not Again’ and ‘Light Pollution’). ‘This time around, we were lucky enough to feature the talents of friends who play the pedal steel, accordion, cello and violin to give the songs an extra something,’ says Steiner. ‘Dave finally got to show off his ridiculous skills on the pocket piano, and the whole thing felt like one big loving experiment.’

Those good times and long days yielded the 10 songs that make up GN, which Evan Hall of Pinegrove calls ‘a delectable chapter in the Ratboys story.’
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Ratboys at The Burl

Ratboys at The Burl

Oct 21, 9:00pm

The Burl
375 Thompson Rd
Lexington, KY  40508 Map

Ratboys at The Burl

37 interested  ·  14 going
Ratboys with DAGS! at Zanzabar

Ratboys with DAGS! at Zanzabar

Oct 22, 8:00pm

Zanzabar
2100 S Preston St
Louisville, KY  40217-2118 Map

Ratboys with DAGS! at Zanzabar
TICKETS: www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1536922
Sunday Oct 22nd, 2017
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
21 and over
$8 - $10

19 interested  ·  3 going
Ratboys at The Syndicate Lounge

Ratboys at The Syndicate Lounge

Oct 25, 7:00pm - Oct 26, 6:00am

The Syndicate Lounge
433 20th St S
Birmingham, AL  35233 Map

Wednesday, October 25th
Ratboys with DAGS! and Rattlesnake Battalion
Doors 7pm I Show 8pm I $8 I 18+

Presented by Barbara Jean Sound Machine

38 interested  ·  21 going
Ratboys with DAGS!

Ratboys with DAGS!

Oct 31, 8:00pm - Nov 1, 3:00am

Cat's Cradle
300 E Main St
Carrboro, NC  27510 Map

Cat's Cradle - Back Room
7PM Doors - 8PM Show
$10 Adv - $12 Day Of

Born out of fierce friendship and a mutual affection for melody, Chicago’s Ratboys – anchored by the partnership of Julia Steiner and Dave Sagan – aims to ‘write songs that tell stories and honor the intimacy of memory,’ according to Steiner.

GN, the group’s second full-length album via Topshelf Records, offers a bevy of tales, laments and triumphs, which recount near-tragedies by the train tracks, crippling episodes of loneliness, remembrances of a deceased family pet with freezer burn, and on and on. The songs shift and breathe as worlds all their own, tied together by the group’s self-proclaimed ‘post-country’ sound, which combines moments of distortion and a DIY aesthetic with a devotion to simple songwriting and ties to the Americana sounds of years past.

Drawing influence from the down-to-earth sincerity of late-90s Sheryl Crow and the confessional confidence of Kim Deal and Jenny Lewis, the songs on GN (aka ‘goodnight’) “largely detail experiences of saying goodbye, finding your way home, and then figuring out what the hell to do once you’re back,” says Steiner. The songs chosen to close both sides of the record – the slow-burning ‘Crying About the Planets’ and quizzical ‘Peter the Wild Boy’ – unpack the respective journeys of two real people who were quite literally lost and found. ‘’Crying’ tells the survival story of Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson from a first-person perspective, and ‘Peter’ reflects on the life of a feral child in Germany who was eventually adopted by the King of England,’ according to Steiner. ‘Writing as and about these people is the best way I can attempt to empathize with them and really just wrap my mind around these bits of history that otherwise might not get talked about. And it helps me understand my own experiences a little bit better,’ she says.

Certain personal stories – the tour adventures recapped in ‘GM,’ the struggle to learn to show affection as divulged in ‘Molly’ – find Ratboys just as eagerly exploring subject matter that comes from within, and then illustrating the highs and lows with soaring hooks and plaintive ones. Even in the moments that lie somewhere between bliss and misery, a tension persists between Steiner’s sweet vocal delivery and Sagan’s physical, almost-off-the-hinges guitar playing that lends each song a deeper sense of color and movement.

�Steiner and Sagan felt the impulse to make music together from the get-go – they first met as university students, quickly put out an EP together, and started performing as an acoustic two-piece in dorm rooms and backyards. During the next few years, the friends traveled separately, eventually reunited, and recorded what would become the first Ratboys record, AOID, which the folks at GoldFlakePaint describe as ‘a gleaming, joyous, raucous display of melodic indie-rock.’
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Ratboys at DC9 Nightclub

Ratboys at DC9 Nightclub

Nov 1, 9:00pm

DC9 Nightclub
1940 9th St NW
Washington, DC  20001 Map

Ratboys at DC9 Nightclub

25 interested  ·  7 going
Ratboys at Everybody Hits

Ratboys at Everybody Hits

Nov 2, 8:00pm

Everybody Hits Philadelphia
529 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA  19123 Map

Ratboys (Topshelf Records)

DAGS! (Italy)

Aster More


Get tix here~~> bit.ly/112RATBOYS

Doors at 8, show at 830!
ALL AGES

Like this jawn~~> Flash Mob Productions

175 interested  ·  38 going
Ratboys, DAGS!, Jo Passed

Ratboys, DAGS!, Jo Passed

Nov 3, 8:00pm

Union Pool
484 Union Ave
Brooklyn, NY  11211 Map

Friday, Nov 3rd @ Union Pool

AdHoc Presents

Ratboys
DAGS!
jo passed

Tix, on-sale 9/15 at noon: ticketf.ly/2xVRN5b

| Union Pool |
484 Union Ave @ Skillman | Williamsburg, Brooklyn
L-Lorimer, JMZ-Marcy | 8pm | $10+ | 21+

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Upcoming AdHoc Shows

09/11 Mount Eerie
09/12 NOTS, Honey, Brandy
09/12 Purr, Dan English, Spike Fuck
09/12 Mount Eerie, Loren Connors
09/12 Half Waif, Squad Car, Abandon, Coolin'
09/12 Beverly, EZTV, Rips
09/13 Dear Nora, gobbinjr, Nicholas Krgovich
09/13 Protomartyr, Pill, Bodega
09/13 Night Shop, Jaye Bartell
09/14 Sitcom, Jennifer Vanilla, Field Medic, DÆVA
09/14 Blood Cultures, White Cliffs, Gus Dapperton
09/15 Teen Commandments, Brothertiger
09/15 Varsity, Hypoluxo, Thanks for Coming, Human People
09/15 Throwing Snow, BAILE
09/16 Jerry Paper, True Blue, Triathalon
09/16 Steve Gunn, Julie Byrne, Myriam Gendron
09/16 Jerry Paper, True Blue
09/17 Ancient Ocean, Dave Harrington, Colin L, Adam Downey (DJ)
09/19 Madeline Kenney, Tall Friend, Trees Take Ease
09/19 GOLD DIME, Crown Larks, GDFX, Baby Birds Don't Drink Milk
09/21 Cold Beat, War Bubble, Liberation
09/22 Aerial East, Lola Kirke
09/22 Human Heat, Norwegian Arms, Lea Thomas
09/23 Love Theme, Bernardino Femminielli
09/23 Hovvdy, Told Slant, Yohuna
09/23 Drab Majesty, Kontravoid, Bernard Herman
09/23 Cayetana, Hemming
09/23 Flesh World, Home Blitz, RIPS
09/24 Painted Zeros, Slow Mass, Stove (solo), Bethlehem Steel
09/25 Champagne Superchillin (Record Release), Roya, Reanimadores
09/27 VNV Nation, iVardensphere
09/27 Lina Tullgren (Release Show), Dougie Poole, Luxardo
09/27 Ian Chang (Record Release), Rahm, Nina Moffitt
09/28 Container, Paleda, Young Male (DJ), Motiv-A, VIA APP (DJ)
09/29 Cold Fronts, Hoan
09/29 Princess Nokia, Suzi Analogue
09/29 Stolen Jars, Zula, Diners, Real Life Buildings
09/29 Candi Pop
10/02 Illegal Civ Cinema Tour Featuring: Denzel Curry & Show Me The Body, Show Me The Body
10/03 White Lung, Patio, Groupie
10/05 The Babe Rainbow
10/06 Twinsmith, Field Trip, Twiga
10/06 LVL UP, Yowler, Slight
10/06 Paperhaus, Haybaby, Turnip King, Sic Tic
10/06 Mirah, Jherek Bischoff
10/06 The Golden Filter, Null And Void
10/07 Frankie Cosmos, Ian Sweet, Nice Try
10/07 The Proper Ornaments, Kyle Forester
10/07 LVL UP, Long Beard, Yucky Duster
10/07 Vetiver, Johnny Irion
10/07 Deerhoof, Lily On Horn Horse
10/07 Upper Wilds (Record Release)
10/07 Colleen Green, Winter
10/08 The Wonder Years, Laura Stevenson - Matinee Show
10/08 The Wonder Years, Laura Stevenson, The Obsessives, Jetty Bones
10/08 Peach Pit
10/09 Naomi Punk, Shimmer, Lea Bertucci
10/11 Sun Seeker
10/12 Adi Newton, James Place, Embryoroom
10/12 Lust For Youth, Secret Boyfriend, Cienfuegos
10/13 Wolves In The Throne Room, Pillorian
10/13 Skylar Spence, Jonah Baseball
10/13 DJ Earl, Slick Shoota, Suzi Analogue, Mel G
10/14 Sean Nicholas Savage, Dinner
10/14 Bambounou
10/14 William Patrick Corgan
10/15 William Patrick Corgan
10/15 The Courtneys, Versing
10/17 Dead Rider, Eaters, Christina Schneider's Genius Grant
10/18 Grails
10/19 Vita and The Woolf, Queen Of Jeans, Ritual Talk
10/20 Alex Calder (Record Release), Jay Weingarten, Sam Leidig
10/20 Melkbelly, Anni Rossi, Maneka, Blue Smiley
10/21 Scharpling & Wurster’s ‘Rock, Rot & Rule’ 20th Anniversary Extravaganza
10/21 Sheer Mag
10/23 Insane Clown Posse
10/25 PUJOL
10/26 Mild High Club, Anemone, Olden Yolk
10/26 Walter TV
10/26 Dälek, Street Sects, Vaureen
10/27 Boy Harsher (Record Release), FlucT, Odonis Odonis
10/27 Danny L Harle
10/27 Florist, Emily Yacina, Lizard Kisses
10/27 Microwave, Big Jesus, Blis.
10/27 Trevor Sensor
10/28 Peelander-Z, Toranavox, Realistic Bodies
11/02 The Hotelier, Oso Oso, Alex Napping
11/03 AJJ, The Sidekicks
11/03 I THE MIGHTY, Hail The Sun, Good Tiger
11/03 L.A. Witch
11/03 J.Views, Ateller
11/04 Elysia Crampton, Earthly
11/04 Ought, Trace Mountains, Boys Online
11/06 Casper Skulls, Baked, Bueno
11/06 Cattle Decapitation, Revocation, Full of Hell, Artificial Brain
11/08 SahBabii
11/09 Have Mercy, Boston Manor, Can't Swim, A Will Away
11/10 Shame, Honey
11/11 Wax Tailor, Dirty Art Club
11/11 A. Savage (Parquet Courts), Jack Cooper (Ultimate Painting)
11/12 Listener, Levi The Poet, Comrades, Everett
11/13 Omni, Acid Dad, RIPS
11/16 Haux w/ Strings
11/16 Casper Skulls, Baked, Bueno
11/17 Downtown Boys, Olivia Neutron-John
11/24 mewithoutYou, Pianos Become The Teeth, Slow Mass
11/28 Lido Beach
11/30 Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton
12/01 Neil Hilborn
12/06 Suicide Silence "The Cleansing" 10 Year Anniversary Show
12/06 Pinegrove, Saintseneca, Adult Mom – Sold Out
12/07 Pinegrove, Saintseneca, Adult Mom – Sold Out
12/08 Gabriel Garzón-Montano
12/14 Honey Harper
12/22 Prawn, Slingshot Dakota, People Like You, Queen Moo
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Ratboys, DAGS

Ratboys, DAGS

Nov 4, 6:30pm - Nov 5, 3:55am

Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub
472-480 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA  02139 Map

Coach & Sons Olde Time Family Booking presents: Ratboys, DAGS! - All Ages, $10 Advance / $12 Day of Show, 6:30pm doors
Tickets:
www.ticketweb.com/fb/7630335/mideastnew

28 interested  ·  7 going
Diet Cig

Diet Cig

Dec 8, 8:00pm - Dec 9, 4:00am

The Haunt
702 Willow Ave
Ithaca, NY  14850 Map

DSP Shows Presents Diet Cig at The Haunt on 12/8


Tonight's show (9/12) at the Haunt is now a FREE SHOW featuring Ratboys and Lady D. Doors at 7 pm, show starts at 8 pm.


Diet Cig needs to postpone due to illness. The new date for Diet Cig is Friday, December 8th. All tickets will be honored. If you can’t make the new date, refunds will be available at your point of purchase until 10/1. You can contact TicketFly Customer Service here: 1(877) 435-9849

7:00PM Doors
8:00PM Show

Diet Cig
dietcig.bandcamp.com/
Diet Cig are here to have fun. They’re here to tear you away from the soul-sucking sanctity of your dumpster-fire life and replace it with pop-blessed punk jams about navigating the impending doom of adulthood when all you want is to have ice cream on your birthday.
Alex Luciano (guitar and vocals) and Noah Bowman (drums) have been playing music together ever since Luciano interrupted the set of Bowman's previous band for a lighter. The New York duo have since released the infectious, 2015 ‘Over Easy’ EP that introduced consistent sing-a-long lyrics with thrashing drums and strums that never held back.

‘Swear I’m Good At This’ is the first full-length from the band and accumulates their tenacity for crafting life-affirming, relatable tales with a gutsy heart at their core. Luciano has the ability to write lyrics that are both vulnerable and badass, perfecting a storm of emotive reflection that creates a vision of a sweaty, pumped-up room screaming these lines in unison. Diet Cig make it okay to be the hot mess that you are.

But there’s also a deeper, more powerful fuck-you among the bangers that see Diet Cig grow into an unstoppable and inspiring force. “I’m not being dramatic, I’ve just fucking had it with the things that you say you think that I should be” spits Luciano on “Link in Bio”; “I am bigger than the outside shell of my body and if you touch it without asking then you’ll be sorry” she yells on “Maid Of The Mist”. It’s the sound of a band doing things on their own terms.

Wrapping up ‘Swear I’m Good At This’ on Halloween 2016, exactly two years after they finished recording ‘Over Easy’ on Halloween 2014, Diet Cig’s first, full-length LP validates the experiences of punks who aren’t always accepted first time around; the punks who throw their deuces up at the dominating bro-dudes and ignite the importance of owning everything that you are.

Ratboys
ratboys.bandcamp.com/
Ratboys are an American indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois.
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Diet Cig - (Rescheduled for 12/13) - The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls

Diet Cig - (Rescheduled for 12/13) - The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls

Dec 13, 7:00pm - Dec 14, 3:00am

The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls
400 Lincoln Ave, 2nd Floor
Millvale, PA  15209 Map

Mr. Smalls Presents
Diet Cig
with special guests Rue & Scratchy Blanket

Due to illness this show has been reschedule to December 13. All tickets will be transferred but refunds will be made available to anyone who can no longer attend.

Wed, December 13, 2017
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls
Pittsburgh, PA

TICKETS: $12.00 - $14.00
Tickets on sale now - ticketfly.com!
This event is all ages

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Zooquarium Music Festival

From our friends at The De La Warr Pavilion - Jake Bugg 😀

Live Nation presents Jake Bugg Solo Acoustic Plus Special Guests

Live Nation presents Jake Bugg Solo Acoustic Plus Special GuestsNov 22, 7:00pmThe De La Warr PavilionTickets £22.50

DLWP Members pre-sale: Thursday 10 Aug 2017 9am online
On Sale Date: Fri 11 Aug 2017 9am online

6 tickets per purchase
U14’s to be accomp
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