$8 in advance/$10 at the door

10:30pm doors/11pm showtime

21+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pleasure Horse:

Pleasure Horse is an American quasi-country band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2012. The group began as a home recording project and quickly coalesced into a group of players with diverse musical backgrounds. The band is currently composed of Tim Evenson, Ben Mahowald, Celese Heule, Jared Isabella and Darin Dahlmeier. They have released one album and two EPs. The group's sound has been described as "beer-soaked heartbreak and twang" and incorporates elements of everything that you’ve ever loved about country music.

 

 

 

 

 

Suzie:

Suzie is a visual and aesthetic exploration into the depths of human feeling. Rooted in nostalgia, memories, coming of age, and sadness while juxtaposed against a hopeful and poppy musical backdrop, Suzie creates a mood that brings you to the middle of emotions, a familiar yet undefinable place. “Like the blithe closing song of a grainy 80’s film, Suzie’s sound is familiar, warm and nostalgic” - Bullett Magazine

 

 

 

 

Fletcher Magellan:

Fletcher Magellan is a cosmic country band from Minneapolis. They draw influence, instruments, and imagery from gospel, R&B, and psychedelic rock, as well as both kinds of music (country and western). Saxophones, steel guitars, and Samsonite suitcases are but a few of the music makers you might trip over onstage.

Frontman Cody Fitzpatrick formed the Fletcher Magellan band in 2015 after spending years behind the drums in El Le Faunt. In 2016, Fletcher Magellan released their debut album Became a Stranger to a sold-out crowd at Reverie Cafe + Bar. They then embarked on a three week tour of the southern US, playing in Memphis, Birmingham, New Orleans, and culminating with a concert at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. Fletcher Magellan have shared a stage with Miss Myra & the Moonshiners, Gentlemen's Anti-Temperance League, Pleasure Horse, and Old Desert Road, among others.

Fletcher Magellan will be releasing a 7" of brand-new material in early 2017.