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at Palace Theatre
Sunday 03/12/17, 7pm (Sold Out)
The first non-Minnesota band the play the newly opened Palace Theatre in St Paul will be Phantogram. We got a sneak peek at the venue in Dec 2016 and wrote, “Booked and operated by a collaboration of First Avenue and Jam Productions, the venue expects to host around fifty events annually, and will be used during the day by nearby McNally Smith College of Music as a learning tool for students to know box office, staging, and venue operations.”
Given that the Palace is nearly double the size of First Avenue, it would make sense that bands that consistently selling out First Avenue would turn to the Palace. With all the hype of the new venue, Phantogram also sold out the Sunday show.
Phantogram will also be bringing shoegaze alternative The Veldt on tour with them for a brief six-exclusive U.S. Mid West cities before the duo departs for their European tour. Expect Phantogram to return their appearances at Coachella.
March 12: St Paul, MN – Palace Theatre
March 13: Madison, WI – Orpheum Theatre
March 14: Urbana, IL – Canopy Club
March 16: Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
March 17: Atlanta GA – The Tabernacle
at 7th Street Entry
Sunday 03/12/17, 7pm ($15)
We wrote about Eisley in 2007 (10 years ago): “...when I first heard a clip of "Sea King", I was hooked. I immediately stopped what I was doing and turned my attention to the tube and watched the segment on Eisley. I loved the fantasy, other-world sound of it and reminds me of fantasy books.”
The family band is back in town, this time headlining the 7th Street Entry in support of their latest album I'm Only Dreaming (Equal Vision Records).
Civilian and Backwards Dancer to open.
03/09/17 Cleveland Heights, OH Grog Shop
03/10/17 Detroit, MI Shelter
03/11/17 Chicago, IL Subterranean
03/12/17 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
03/13/17 Indianapolis, IN The Hi Fi
03/20/17 Denver, CO Lost Lake Lounge
03/22/17 Portland, OR Star Theater
03/23/17 Seattle, WA Chop Suey
03/25/17 San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill
03/27/17 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour
03/28/17 San Diego, CA House Of Blues
03/29/17 Anaheim, CA The Parish
03/30/17 Phoenix, AZ Valley Bar
at Triple Rock Social Club
Tuesday 03/14/17, 8pm ($15)
Los Angeles garage-rock quartet Allah-Las (Singer Pedrum Siadatian on lead guitar, Miles Michaud on rhythm guitar, Matthew Correia on drums, and Spencer Dunham on bass) will be back in town at the Triple Rock Social Club next Tuesday. Their new album Calico Review is available now.
Australia’s The Babe Rainbow will be guest on most of Allah-Las’ North American tour.
March 13—Kansas City, OK—Record Bar*
March 14—Minneapolis, MN—Triple Rock *
March 15—Milwaukee, WI—Turner Hall Ballroom*
March 16—Chicago, IL—Thalia Hall*
March 17—Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom*
March 18—Detroit, MI—El Club*
March 20—Toronto, ON—The Mod Club*
March 21—Montreal, QC—Rialto Theater*
March 22—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer*
March 24—New York—Webster Hall*
March 25—Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall*
March 27—Washington, DC—9:30 Club*
March 29—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre*
March 30—Asheville, NC—The Grey Eagle*
March 31—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West*
April 1—New Orleans, LA—One Eyed Jacks*
April 3—Houston, TX—Walter’s*
April 4—Austin, TX—The Mohawk*
April 7—Denver, CO—Gothic Theatre*
April 8—Salt Lake City, UT—Metro Music Hall*
April 16 —Indio, CA—Coachella
April 23—Indio, CA—Coachella
* with The Babe Rainbow