Bored in Beantown? Not anymore! Boston has plenty of great shows coming up, and we’ve picked some of the best ones taking place this season. Check out our top upcoming concerts in Boston for the fall, complete with artist descriptions, live performance videos, seating charts, ticket pricing info, and more.
with Empress Of
Saturday, October 17, 2015
Glass Animals is an English indie rock band from Oxford consisting of childhood friends Dave Bayley, Drew Macfarlane, Edmund Irwin-Singer, and Joe Seaward. They released their debut album Zaba in 2014, from which songs like “Gooey” and “Black Mambo” became big alternative radio hits. Glass Animals will be bringing their eclectic rock-meets-electronic-meets-R&B sound to Boston’s House of Blues on October 17.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Kaskade is the stage name of DJ and record producer Ryan Raddon, one is one of the busiest artists in the San Francisco house music scene. In addition to his career as a DJ, Raddon also juggles the role of A&R director for OM Records. As Kaskade, he’s seen enormous success, including four Grammy nominations within the last three years.
Ringo Starr & His All-Starr BandTickets
Friday, October 23, 2015
You won’t want to miss Ringo Starr when he comes to Boston this fall. The former Beatle has been touring with a rotating group of musicians as Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band since 1989. Other than Starr himself, the band’s current lineup includes Steve Lukather (Toto), Gregg Rolie (Santana, Journey), Richard Page (Mr. Mister), and Todd Rundgren among others. The band is known to play songs from each member’s respective music career, and with Ringo at the helm, you can surely expect them to pepper in a few Beatles classics too.
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Halsey is the stage name of New York’s Ashley Frangipane. In true hipster fashion, the New Jersey native took the name of a Brooklyn L train stop to use as her musical alias. She self-released her first single, “Ghost,” and based on the strength and popularity of that song alone she signed a deal with Capitol Records-owned electronic/dance label Astralwerks in 2014. Currently, the young singer is burning up the charts with her newly-released debut album Badlands, which dropped in at #2 on the Billboard 200.
Chance The RapperTickets
with Towkio, D.R.A.M., Metro Boomin, & Hiatus Kaiyote
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Chicago’s Chancelor Bennett, a.k.a. Chance the Rapper, made his breakthrough with the release of his 2013 mixtape Acid Rap, which has since been downloaded over 900,000 times. The mixtape featured the likes of Childish Gambino, Ab-Soul, and Action Bronson, and received high praise from major critics from Rolling Stone, Spin, Pitchfork, and NPR among others. Thus far, the 22-year-old rapper has only released a few mixtapes, yet he has earned a high enough profile to be a headliner at some festivals this year. We’re expecting big things from this young talent in the years to come.
Cold War KidsTickets
with Maudlin Strangers
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Cold War Kids formed in 2004 in Southern California. Two years later, they released their major label debut, Robbers & Cowards, which included their bluesy, bass-heavy hit single “Hang Me Up to Dry.” Now almost a decade later, the band is still making great music and selling out tours, and just released their fifth studio album titled Hold My Home in 2014.
Gary Clark Jr.Tickets
with Kip Moore & Michael Ray
Saturday, October 31, 2015
Austin-based musician Gary Clark, Jr. has been compared to guitar greats like Jimi Hendrix. His sound is an innovative mix of blues, soul, and hip hop, incorporating both modern and classic elements of blues style, and accompanied by smooth vocals. The Texas native recently collaborated with the Foo Fighters on the track “What Did I Do? / God As My Witness” from their recent album Sonic Highways, and this September released a new album of his own, called The Story of Sonny Boy Slim.
Marina and The DiamondsTickets
Neon Nature Tour
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Though it sounds like a band, Marina and the Diamonds is really just Welsh singer-songwriter Marina Diamandis. She came onto the scene in 2009 with her debut single “Obsessions,” which earned her popularity in the U.K. As a rising talent, Diamandis was quick to dismiss comparisons between herself and other emerging British female artists at the time, wanting to be recognized as an individual rather than being grouped together with other singers she felt she had nothing in common with musically. The last few years have seen her release three successful albums, the latest of which came out in March.
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Indie folk band Beirut, led by Santa Fe’s Zach Condon, rose to popularity in 2006 with the release of their acclaimed debut album Gulag Orkestar. Critics praised their whimsical and worldly sound that uniquely blends traditional Eastern European musical styles with more straightforwardly accessible folk rock. Several albums later, the band is still at it, having just released a new record titled No No No in August. Attending a Beirut show is like traveling the world without leaving the room, so don’t miss them when they come to Boston this November.
Minus The BearTickets
with Murder By Death & Aero Flynn
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Minus the Bear emerged on the Seattle music scene in 2001. The band released several hilariously titled albums in the early 2000s, including Bands Like It When You Yell “Yar” At Them! and They Make Beer Commercials Like This. Minus the Bear has a lot of fantastic song titles as well, such as “Pantsuit…Uggghhh,” “Monkey!!!Knife!!!Fight!!!” and “Hey! Is That a Ninja Up There?” among others. Though the wacky song titles might suggest otherwise, Minus the Bear’s tunes are actually quite refined and expertly arranged, and it’s obvious that the band takes their music seriously.
with Those Darlins
Starting on Thursday, November 12, 2015
Actor-turned-musician Alejandro Rose-Garcia performs under the alias Shakey Graves as a one-man alt-folk/Americana band. The Texas native released his debut album Roll the Bones in 2011, which was a critical success with its ragged blend of country, folk and blues. He followed that up with the release of 2014’s And The War Came, which was generally received as favorably as his first album.
with Rufus Du Sol & Jai Wolf
Saturday, November 14, 2015
ODESZA is an electronic music duo from Seattle consisting of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight. Mills and Knight formed the group in 2012 while they were still in college and began releasing their music on the internet. Eventually, the duo had several songs rise to the top of Hype Machine’s popular chart. Their success earned them a spot touring with Pretty Lights, and a year later they released their most recent album, In Return.
Monday, November 16, 2015
James Bay is an up-and-coming soulful folk pop singer/songwriter who hails from England. The 24-year-old musician toured with Hozier last year and recently received the Critics’ Choice award at the 2015 BRIT Awards. His debut full-length, Chaos and the Calm, came out on March 23, and features the popular single “Hold Back the River.”
My Morning JacketTickets
with Strand of Oaks
Starting on Friday, November 20, 2015
My Morning Jacket formed in the late ’90s in Louisville, KY. Led by frontman Jim James, whose ethereal voice and incredible range are impressive to say the least, the band is known for amazing live performances. Though rooted in alt-country and rock, My Morning Jacket often delves into different genres and experiments with their sound. The band just released their new album, titled The Waterfall, this May.
Lights & The Mowgli’sTickets
Saturday, November 21, 2015
This fall, Canadian singer-songwriter Lights (a.k.a. Valerie Poxleitner) is teaming up with California alt-rock band The Mowgli’s for a co-headlining tour. Lights is promoting her 2014 album Little Machines, while The Mowgli’s are coming off the April release of their sophomore album Kids in Love. Alternative rock fans won’t want to miss these two artists when they come to Boston next month.
Past Concerts in Boston
with Donald Cumming
Monday, August 3, 2015
Having initially warmed his way into the hearts of both fans and the media as the charming frontman of The Killers, Brandon Flowers made his solo debut in 2010 with the release of his album Flamingo. This year, Flowers is back with a second solo record titled The Desired Effect, which came out in May. Any fan of The Killers won’t want to miss him when he comes to Boston on Monday, August 3.
with The So So Glos & The Banddroidz
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Desaparecidos formed in 2000 as the side project of Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst. The name is Spanish for “disappeared ones,” taken from the 1970s practice of forced disappearance by South American governments. Much like the band’s namesake, Desaparecidos’ lyrics often focus on themes of loss. Oberst announced the group’s disbandment in in 2002 due to the increasing success of Bright Eyes, but the band officially reunited ten years later. As of 2015, Desaparecidos is signed to Epitaph Records and just released a new album titled Payola.
The MTrain Tour
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Last year, pop singer Meghan Trainor became an instant sensation with her catchy, body-positive single “All About That Bass.” After the song’s music video became a huge hit on YouTube, it eventually climbed the Billboard 200, and the rest was history. Now barely a year in the spotlight, the 21-year-old already has platinum album sales, #1 hits in several countries, and two Grammy nominations to her name.
Sublime with RomeTickets
Friday, August 7, 2015
Ska-punk band Sublime was without a doubt one of the biggest acts of the ’90s, but the group unfortunately met an early demise with the untimely death of frontman Bradley Nowell. The group’s surviving members initially carried on by forming the Long Beach Dub All-Stars, but returned to the Sublime catalog in 2009 when they collaborated with singer/guitarist Rome Ramirez to form what is now called Sublime with Rome. The group originally just played Sublime songs before signing with Fueled By Ramen and releasing their debut album, Yours Truly, in 2011. The band’s live shows now feature a mix of new, original material and old Sublime favorites.
Zac Brown BandTickets
Jekyll + Hyde Tour
Starting on Friday, August 7, 2015
The three-time Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum-selling Zac Brown Band is back with a fourth studio album titled Jekyll + Hyde, released earlier this year on April 28. The band has earned astounding critical and commercial success, which has led them to work with many big-name artists like Dave Grohl, Jimmy Buffett, and Alan Jackson among others. Over the years, the band has had more than ten singles reach number one on the Billboard country charts, solidifying their status as country superstars. Zac Brown Band will be playing three shows at Fenway Park this month, so you’ve got a few chances to see them when they come to your city.
with Mike Simonetti
Sunday, August 9, 2015
Jamie xx is the stage name of Jamie Smith, English solo musician, producer, remix artist, and member of the London-based group the xx. His work with his band the xx is what initially brought him into the spotlight, but he eventually became a much sought-after remix artist, remixing tracks by artists like Adele, Florence + The Machine, and Radiohead. After recently releasing a new album with the xx and touring in support of it, Jamie is back to focusing on his solo career at the moment, and released new music earlier this year.
with Jerry Paper
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Last time I saw Mac Demarco perform, highlights from his set included camouflage overalls, crowd surfing, and an ironically weak attempt at a Coldplay cover, so you can expect just about anything from this Canadian goofball when he comes to Boston this month. Though known for his stage antics, Demarco’s music alone is reason enough to see him. He’s a great guitarist with quite the voice and a talent for songwriting, having earned the attention and respect of some of the biggest music critics out there, so he’s one artist you should definitely check out.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Undoubtedly one of the biggest rock bands of the century, Latin rock group Santana has remained relevant since performing at the legendary Woodstock festival back in 1969. Now with more than 20 albums, multiple Grammy wins, a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and millions of records sold worldwide, Carlos Santana and crew are still not showing any signs of slowing down. Santana released a new record titled Corazon just last year.
Friday, August 28, 2015
From Broadway to the Billboard charts, Idina Menzel has proven herself as a true superstar. Originally known as a Tony-winning Broadway actress starring in hit musicals like Rent and Wicked, she soon transitioned to a world beyond the stage, soon appearing onscreen with roles in film and television. In 2013, she voiced the character Elsa in the popular Disney film Frozen, earning an Academy Award for Best Original Song with her powerful performance of the international smash hit “Let It Go.” This is the perfect show for any huge Broadway fans or for those of you with Frozen-obsessed kids.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Lenny Kravitz is known for his musical style that transcends genre, with songs that incorporate elements of rock, soul, and funk among other influences. He has won four consecutive Grammy Awards, and currently holds the record for most wins in the category of Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. He has sold millions of albums and collaborated with everyone from Madonna to Jay-Z to Mick Jagger. Recently, Kravitz has branched out from his music career and ventured into acting, appearing in films like the Oscar-nominated Precious as well as the hit series The Hunger Games. However, he has by no means abandoned music, and released his tenth studio album, Strut, in 2014. Catch this legend live in concert at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on Saturday, August 29.
Smoke + Mirrors Tour
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Las Vegas’ Imagine Dragons seemingly came out of nowhere in the last few years to rise to the top of the charts and earn a Grammy Award, becoming one of the biggest acts out there right now. After the smash success of their hit debut album Night Visions, which included chart-topping singles like “Demons” and “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons are back this year with a brand-new album called Smoke + Mirrors. Chock full of stadium-ready anthems much like their first record, their sophomore attempt was well worth the wait, and now the band is out promoting the album on their headlining Smoke + Mirrors tour.
with Gavin Degraw
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Rising to fame in the late 1990s, Shania Twain emerged to become one of the most successful female country artists in the genre’s history. By the time she released her multi-platinum second album The Woman in Me in 1995, she was a Grammy Award winner and a mainstream crossover success. Her next album, the astoundingly 20x platinum Come On Over, came out in 1997 and to this day still holds the record as the best-selling country album of all time. Flash forward to 2015, and Twain is headed out on the road for her first tour in 11 years, still rocking it at almost 50 years old. She has stated that she plans to release a new album once the tour wraps.
INNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour
Starting on Friday, July 10, 2015
As part of their INNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour, world-famous rock band U2 is coming to TD Garden this month for a string of five shows, the first of which is on Friday, July 10. Having just released their thirteenth album “Songs of Innocence,” Bono and company will be sure to perform some songs from the new record in between old favorites.
Thursday, July 16, 2015
As a six-time Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Billy Joel is without a doubt one of the biggest performers on tour right now. He has achieved icon status as a musician, as one of the best-selling recording artists of all time with hits spanning several decades. In 2014 he signed on to be the first-ever music franchise at Madison Square Garden, agreeing to play one show per month at the venue with no established end date. The Piano Man will also be taking his show on the road this year, making a stop at Boston’s Fenway Park on July 16.
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Umphrey’s McGee is regarded as one of the most prominent progressive rock and jam bands out there today. The members of Umphrey’s McGee formed in 1997 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, and quickly built up a large following there. Over the years the band has released several albums, including several live albums and concert DVDs. As a well-known jam band, they are renowned for their live performances and improvisational style, and have been known to perform over 100 concerts annually.
Raekwon & Ghostface KillahTickets
Friday, July 17, 2015
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah are best known as members of the renowned NYC hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan. The two are coming together for what’s sure to be one of the most talked-about hip hop tours of the year. Having collaborated on each other’s solo projects, the duo is sure to perform a mix of their own individual stuff, and hopefully they’ll toss in some Wu-Tang throwbacks as well.
Sonic Highways Tour
Starting on Saturday, July 18, 2015
One of the most revered acts in the music world today, the Foo Fighters, are back with their first album in three years, the highly anticipated “Sonic Highways.” Each track on the album was inspired by and recorded in a different U.S. city, though not once on the record does the band stray from their own sound. It’s been a big year for the Foo Fighters in addition to “Sonic Highways.” With the release of the album also came an eight-episode HBO series of the same name, directed by Dave Grohl himself. The band also recently announced a 2015 North American tour that kicks off in July, and are (as usual) selling out huge stadiums nationwide.
with Gene Ween
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Formed in 1993, indie rock band Modest Mouse would grow to become one of the most successful acts of the 2000s. The band released a few albums before really hitting it big with their 2004 commercial breakthrough Good News For People Who Love Bad News. For their next album, 2007’s We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, they recruited former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to record with them. Marr eventually became a full member of the band, touring in support of the record, although he ultimately left shortly afterward to join The Cribs. Modest Mouse underwent a bit of a lull in activity since then, other than releasing an EP in 2009 and playing a few shows here and there. However, the band came back in full force in 2014, issuing the single “Lampshades On Fire” ahead of their long-awaited sixth album, Strangers to Ourselves. The new album is the band’s first full-length since ’07, but it is proving to have been worth the wait.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Passion Pit began as the solo project of musician Michael Angelakos. What started as a Valentine’s Day gift for his girlfriend at the time eventually became his debut EP, Chunk of Change. His catchy electronic indie pop songs, particularly the standout “Sleepyhead,” caught the attention of Frenchkiss Records, who re-released the EP and put out Angelakos’ two subsequent records. Now a full-fledged band, Passion Pit has become one of the most commercially successful indie acts of the last few years. They recently released their highly anticipated third album Kindred
with Hundred Waters
Starting on Thursday, July 23, 2015
Practically synonymous with NYC indie rock, Interpol was established as a successful band early on when they released their acclaimed debut album “Turn on the Bright Lights.” Hardworking and impeccably dressed, they set themselves apart from other bands at the time with their classy suits and mature music, distinctly marked by vocalist Paul Banks’ somber and instantly recognizable baritone. Despite the departure of bassist Carlos Dengler in 2010, Interpol now carries on as a trio with Banks, guitarist Daniel Kessler, and drummer Sam Fogarino still going strong. After a four-year hiatus, the band came back in 2014 with their latest album El Pintor, the title of which is a clever anagram for the band’s name.
with Coin & Fictionist
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Though they have been a band for a whole decade now, Provo, Utah’s Neon Trees didn’t make it big until 2010 when they released their album “Habits.” The record delivered their breakthrough hit, the catchy alt-pop tune “Animal,” which reached #1 on the Billboard Alternative chart. Since then, the band has churned out several new wave-inspired hits, becoming a strong presence on both mainstream and alternative radio stations.
Smashing Pumpkins & Marilyn MansonTickets
The End Times Tour
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Relive the angst of the nineties with two acts who helped define that decade in music. ’90s alt-rock legends Smashing Pumpkins are teaming with metal superstar Marilyn Manson this summer for their co-headlining The End Times tour. On July 28, they’ll be making a stop in Boston at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion for what’s sure to be a great show.
with Dylan Leblanc
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
English singer-songwriter George Ezra recently came into the spotlight with his single “Budapest,” which became a worldwide hit when he was only 19. He cites influences like Bob Dylan and Hank Williams, as evidenced by his soulful folk sound. He has a deep, mature and resonant voice that’s surprising coming out of a babyfaced young guy like him. George Ezra’s recent popularity has led to support spots for Tom Odell and Robert Plant, and he continues to bask in the success of his debut album, “Wanted on Voyage.”
with X Ambassadors
Starting on Thursday, July 30, 2015
German duo Milky Chance is made up of Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch. The pair first met in high school and played together in a local band, and later decided to carry on as just a duo and formed Milky Chance. Their catchy debut single “Stolen Dance” became a huge international hit after the band uploaded it to their YouTube page. The song gained millions of views and topped the charts in several countries, opening the door for sold-out tour dates and live television appearances. Milky Chance followed up the success of their single with their debut full-length, “Sadnecessary,” in 2013.
with Larkin Poe & Lady Lamb
Friday, June 5, 2015
Conor Oberst, best known as the frontman of the band Bright Eyes, has been a prominent figure in indie rock since the 1990s. In addition to Bright Eyes, he has been a member of a number of bands, including Desaparecidos, Commander Venus, Park Ave., Monsters of Folk, and more. Lately, Oberst has been focusing on a solo career, and he released a new solo record titled “Upside Down Mountain” last year.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying BirdsTickets
Chasing Yesterday Tour
Saturday, June 6, 2015
After leaving Oasis due to tensions with his brother Liam in 2009, Noel Gallagher decided to embark on a solo career and formed Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Along with his band, which includes Oasis keyboardist Mike Rowe and drummer Jeremy Stacey of The Lemon Trees, Gallagher released the very Oasis-esque debut single “If I Had a Gun…” in 2011, followed by an eponymous debut album later that year. The album reached #1 in the U.K. and did equally well internationally, proving that he is just as great on his own as he was with Oasis. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ long-awaited sophomore album, “Chasing Yesterday,” came out this February.
Florence + The MachineTickets
with Empress Of
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Florence + The Machine, led by vocal powerhouse Florence Welch, rose to popularity with the release of their debut studio album “Lungs” in 2009. “Lungs” quickly became one of the best-selling albums of that year, and their singles were used in a number of movies and television shows, garnering more exposure for the band. Their rising mainstream success paved the way for several awards and recognitions, including a nomination for a 2011 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Their second full-length album, “Ceremonials,” also earned them two Grammy nominations in 2013. This past week, the band released their third album, titled “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.”
The Divine Miss M
Friday, June 12, 2015
This year, Grammy Award winner Bette Midler returns to the spotlight for her first tour in a decade. The tour is in support of her latest album “It’s The Girls!” The record came out in 2014 and is her first new release since 2006’s “Cool Yule.” At her upcoming concerts, The Divine Miss M is bound to perform a mix of old and new material, and like all of her past performances, she’ll be sure to deliver.
with Plague Vendor
Starting on Monday, June 15, 2015
Punk rock band Bad Religion formed in Los Angeles in 1979. Their early recordings were released on Epitaph Records, the then newly-formed label created and run by the band’s guitarist Brett Gurewitz. For the first decade or so of their career, Bad Religion boasted underground credibility and a loyal cult following, but the band didn’t see widespread success until their major label debut in 1993. Since their mainstream breakthrough, Bad Religion has gone on to become one of the most successful and bestselling punk rock bands of all time.
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with Dave Koz
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
With countless hits and a number of platinum albums, Barry Manilow is one of the most popular and bestselling artists in the world. Now in his early 70s, Manilow is ready to give it a rest after five decades of writing, recording, and touring. This year he embarks on his farewell tour, so this is your last chance to see this legend in concert.
Third Eye Blind & Dashboard ConfessionalTickets
Nostalgia at its finest
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Among the many reunion tours and throwbacks we’re excited about this year, this is definitely one of the best. ’90s pop-rock kings Third Eye Blind are teaming up for a co-headlining tour with the emo band to end all emo bands, Dashboard Confessional. This one’s perfect for the generation that grew up listening to “Semi-Charmed Life” and then graduated to blasting “Hands Down” during those angsty teen years.
Gogol Bordello & Flogging MollyTickets
Gypsy punk meets Irish rock, with a side serving of mariachi
Friday, June 19, 2015
For those of you who like your music to be a little more worldly, we recommend you get out and see gypsy punks Gogol Bordello and Irish rock band Flogging Molly when they co-headline the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on June 19. The show will also feature an opening set from hardcore punk band The Bronx’s Latin-inspired side project, Mariachi El Bronx, for a little extra dose of culture.
The more chill side of EDM
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Flume is the stage name of Australian electronic musician Harley Streten. He released his debut self-titled album in 2012, which peaked at number 1 on Australia’s ARIA Albums Chart. The album and its lead single, “Holdin On,” earned him several nominations at the ARIA Music Awards in 2013, where he received wins in four categories, including Best Male Artist and Producer of the Year.
40th Anniversary Tour
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
On Tuesday, June 23, legendary rock band Rush is making a stop at Boston’s TD Garden as part of their R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour. After some hesitation as to whether or not they would tour this year, the band decided to give it a go, and their 2015 tour is now underway. Celebrating 40 years as a band, Rush will be playing hits from their extensive catalog that spans the last four decades. The band announced that this will be their last tour of this magnitude, so now may be your last chance to see them!
New Kids on the Block, TLC, & NellyTickets
The Main Event Tour
Starting on Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Are you one of those people who always says that the radio was better back in the day? If so, this blast from the past is just the thing for you. NKOTB (a.k.a. the original One Direction) is making a stop at Boston’s TD Garden—along with TLC and Nelly—for “The Main Event 2015 Tour”. Where else can you revel in nostalgia, Sing along to live performances of “No Scrubs” and “Country Grammar”, and watch Donnie Wahlberg bust a move? Nowhere else, that’s where. Don’t miss out on this evening of old school fun!
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