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Monday, November 20, 2017

Royal Trux, Wolf Eyes to play Miami's Look Alive Fest during Art Basel

Posted By on Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 1:31 PM

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The organizers of Miami's Look Alive Fest know that there's an endless array of prime events to entice attendees of the ever-expanding Art Basel, so they've doubled down on the weirdness when picking this year's headliners.

A reformed and rejuvenated Royal Trux - the scuzzy blues duo of Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema - will be heading up a lineup that includes Detroit noise-rockers Wolf Eyes, electro magus Drew McDowell and Chicago art-rockers ONO.



Royal Trux headlines Look Alive Fest in Miami at Churchill's Pub on Friday, Dec. 8, as part of Art Basel/Miami Art Week events. More info on tickets can be found here.

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