Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New Concert Announcements [Pete Rock, Thee Oh Sees, Sebadoh, Sleigh Bells, more]

Posted By on Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 10:00 AM


Lots of great new concerts on the horizon.

  • Feb. 12: 3rd Annual Reggae Love Fest w/Sanchez, Wayne Wonder, Gyptian (Hard Rock Live)

  • Feb. 12: Stephen Kellogg & the Sixers (The Social)

  • Feb. 19: Alias Punch, Franchise, the Ludes (Peacock Room; this is an awesomely weird local bill, right?)

  • Feb. 24: Pete Rock (Back Booth)

  • Feb. 25: Crooked Fingers (Will’s)

  • March 2: Thee Oh Sees, Hungry Gayze, Wet Nurse (Will’s)

  • March 2: Pato Banton (Social)

  • March 8: Ra Ra Riot (Social)

  • March 23: Zoroaster (Back Booth)

  • March 29: Sebadoh (Social)

  • April 1: Surf City (Will’s)

  • April 19: Chicago (Hard Rock Live)

  • April 28: Sleigh Bells and CSS (Firestone)

  • May 2: Young Widows (I have no idea, maybe Will’s?)

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