Bit**in Bajas, Paris Syndrome, Synths & Riffs w/ DJ Dave Parley, Resident Summer Series: Upset

Hello eighty degrees! Our June forecast is looking warm, sunny, and garden friendly! Seize the day, summer lover, and bring those lunch breaks and half days over to your favorite outdoor oasis.

Yeesh, and let us take a moment to thank you for your patience! Our ticketing service is back up after a brief hiatus, but never fear, the same shows are calling your name. Click HERE to browse everything we have going on this month and snag some tickets.

To kick things off we have Bitchin’ Bajas tonight for those who enjoy the sound of swirling synths. Friday night, our pal Dave Parley of Prayers will be DJing at Synths and Riffs while Thrown into Exile’s Mario Peavy lays it down on the guitar.

In case you missed it, we launched our Resident Roundup Summer Series last weekend and it was a true delight! Come get down in the garden with Upset this Saturday afternoon for a dose of badass girl power mixed with sunshine, booze, and photo-ops, presented by This is Who We Are Now. Plus DJ Pogo Pope will be spinning while we serve up some $5 PBR specials, so let’s boogie and be merry at part deux of your new favorite and free outdoor shindig. RSVPs are still open.

Saturday evening is the first of two back-to-back nights with legendary Finnish Black Metal band, Ride for Revenge. If you were hoping to catch them at their one North American stop, you’re in luck! We still have a few tickets left for Sunday night, despite a sold-out Saturday show.

The beginning of the week can be rough, so we’re dishing up some easy listening and laid back vibes for your Monday courtesy of Onward etc.Wednesday 6/13, join us for show from a few doom metal pioneers, better know as The Skull. Made up of three former members of Trouble, they’ll be sharing some classic Trouble songs, as well as a whole bunch of rad new material. Don’t miss this one!

A few more notes for your summer bucket list… We just announced Krimewatch on 6/20 and if you’re a hardcore fan, this show is a must. Female fronted, hoop-wearing and ass-kicking hardcore in both english and japanese, Krimewatch’s 12 minute album has been making waves and deserves your attention. We can only imagine how epic this will be live.

With a taste of wanderlust and Southwestern charm, folk duo A Hawk and a Hacksaw, are guaranteed to satisfy your musical cravings on 6/15. We recently added Lonesome Leash to this line-up who will leave you entranced by his accordian talents. Prepare to be amazed, friends.

And as always, there’s nothing better than simply wining and dining al fresco. Patios are for soaking up the sun, looking up at the stars, and catching up with your people and ours is waiting for ya.

Come hang! We’ll make you a mojito.


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