$8 IN ADVANCE/$10 AT THE DOOR

8PM SHOWTIME

21+

PRESENTED BY NARAL PRO-CHOICE MINNESOTA

 

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Rock for your Rights is a concert to raise money and awareness about reproductive rights in Minnesota!  NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota is a grassroots movement focused on guaranteeing every woman the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion.  We accomplish this through public education, citizen lobbying, and pro-choice voter mobilization. Our focus is both national and statewide.

 

 

Wild Planet:

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B 52s cover band featuring

Julie Babermeyer

Katie Riem

Steven Charles

Sarah Pette

Joseph Berns 

Andrew Toutant

City Pages Best of Twin Cities 2013 "Best Cover Band"
http://www.citypages.com/bestof/2013/award/best-cover-band-2779659/

 

 

 

 

What Tyrants:

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rom the moment No Luck kicks on, its apparent What Tyrants are on a mission to pack as much relentlessly paced riffage into their 13-track debut album as humanly possible. And they succeed wildly in doing so. The power trio, made up of brothers Sean and Kyle Schultz and Garrison Grouse, have distilled touchstones from noise pop, post-punk, and surf into short, fuzzed-out sonic outbursts, freakouts that go down easy and beg repeating. The songs are also an opportunity for Sean Schultz to lay down some hard truths. But while Schultz may deliver wallops of unblinking cynicism in telling stories of best friends, life's tribulations and the occasional neighborhood bank robbery, he’s always quick to balance it with a dose of self-reflection... and sometimes self-loathing. In the end, and above all else, No Luck is really about letting it all hang out and having a good time. When life gets you down and you can't catch a break, just remember not to sweat it.

…What Tyrants create brilliant noisy guitar pop, and the latest single ‘Muffins’ is packed with cocksure swagger… Sean Schultz’s shouted vocals are gnarly as hell, backed up by tumbledown post-punk reminiscent of The Fall. – NME

Like a tin-can Hives striving for a sun’s coming up good time… the titular track surf-rolls out and ahead like the summer night we’re all desperately pining for. – Eric Davidson, CMJ

 

 

 

 

The Long Odds:

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The Long Odds are a well-rounded and experienced lineup consisting of former members of Minneapolis alt-country band Western Fifth and local Big Star cover band, Big Gurls and current bass player for local Minneapolis band, Murder Shoes. Rooted in classic country, bluegrass, and folk rock, original songs mix soothing vocal harmonies, dark ambient electric guitar, and rich organ sounds while being driven steadily by a thick, hard hitting rhythm section. Members are MIssy Heinlein - Vocals, Keys/Tim Heinlein - Vocals, Guitar/Jonas Lader - Vocals, Drums/Mike Fruncillo – Bass Guitar/Jason Streitz - Vocals, Guitar.

 

 

 

 

The Beavers:

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The Beavers like to play music and have fun. Songs from when we were little, originals, old hidden gems and a few from our pop favorites - keep us smiling and we hope they'll keep you smiling too. From our memories to yours, see you out on the town!