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at 7th Street Entry
Sunday, 06/19/16, 7:30pm ($10)
When London’s The Hunna first appeared in October 2015 with their debut single “Bonfire”, it went viral - racking up over 1+ million Spotify streams and 5+ million video views. Count Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens as some of their biggest fans.
Be sure to catch The Hunna at the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis this Sunday, June 19th, to experience the band before they go mainstream. They will be playing tracks from their forthcoming 100 album, set for release August 26, 2016 (via 300 Entertainment / High Time Records).
Milwaukee’s The Living Statues to open.
Catch The Hunna on tour
June 12 2016 - Great Scott - Boston, MA
June 14 2016 - DC9 - Washington, DC
June 15 2016 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
June 16 2016 - The Rivoli (NXNE) - Toronto, ON
June 18 2016 - Metro - Chicago, IL
June 19 2016 - 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis, MN
June 21 2016 - Larimer Lounge - Denver, CO
June 23 2016 - Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA
June 25 2016 - Barboza - Seattle, WA
June 26 2016 - Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR
June 28 2016 - Bootleg Theater - Los Angeles, CA
at Cedar Cultural Center
Sunday, 06/19/16, 7pm ($13/$15)
New York’s Julianna Barwick will be headlining the Cedar Cultural Center this Sunday, June 19th, in support of her third LP, Will.
The new record is a change in direction, as Barwick reflects, “I love touring, but it can be a wild ride, you’re constantly adjusting, assimilating, and finding yourself in life-changing situations... I knew I’d be playing these songs live, so I wanted some movement. Something that had rhythm and low-end.”
Mas Ysa (aka nomadic composer Thomas Arsenault) to open. We previously caught Mas Ysa when he opened up for Young Fathers last May 2015.
06/16 Philadelphia, PA Small Chapel
06/17 Cincinnati, OH Ice Cream Factory
06/18 Chicago, IL Constellation
06/19 Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center
Jun 20 Madison, WI The Frequency
06/22 Indianapolis, IN Tube Factory
06/23 Detroit, MI Museum of Contemporary Art
06/24 Pittsburgh, PA Club Cafe
at Varsity Theater
Sunday, 06/19/16, 6:30pm ($28/$30)
Blue October is back on tour, promoting their eight studio Home.
Home is described by the band's frontman and creative force Justin Furstenfeld as desert rock: It's all about space, atmosphere, big rock drums and that vocal that seems to talk to you in your ear... and, according to Furstenfeld, “is the best piece of work we've ever done.”
Special guest Danny Malone to open.
June 15 - Boise, ID Knitting Factory
June 16 - Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
June 17 - Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
June 18 - Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
June 19 - Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater
June 22 - Milwaukee, MI Turner Hall
June 24 - Chicago, IL House of Blues
June 25 - St. Louis, MO the Pageant
June 26 - Tulsa, OK Club Brady
Aug 20 Bat Fest Austin, TX
Oct 01 The Joy Theater New Orleans, LA
Oct 04 Music Farm Columbia, SC
Oct 05 Iron City Birmingham, AL
Oct 06 Music Farm Charleston, SC
Oct 07 Ziggys By The Sea Wilmington, NC
Oct 09 The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
Oct 11 Mainstage Morgantown Morgantown, WV
Oct 13 World Cafe Live Wilmington, DE
Oct 14 The Space at Westbury Westbury, NY
Oct 16 Upstate Concert Hall Clifton Park, NY
Oct 20 The International Knoxville, TN
Oct 21 Cannery Ballroom Nashville, TN
Oct 22 Metroplex Little Rock, AR
Nov 04 Rawkus Colorado Springs, CO
Nov 06 The Cotillion Ballroom Wichita, KS
Nov 09 The Vogue Theatre Indianapolis, IN
Nov 10 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI
Nov 11 Austins Libertyville, IL
Nov 12 Limelight Eventplex Peoria, IL