Pains of Being Pure at Heart and the Black Lips Lead This Week's New Show Announcements


  • Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

Bursting pop band Pains of Being Pure At Heart is coming to Off Broadway in August; if you don't have its latest, Belong, be sure to note that can always get it in button form. In somewhat related news, the Black Lips just announced a show at the Firebird, and in completely unrelated to mainstream music of any kind news, the Float Yr Face festival is happening at Floating Labs on June 3rd and 4th. Don't call it experimental.

Cicero's Hymn For Her, June 7 The Features, June 9

The Firebird The Black Lips, August 4 Chris Webby, July 11 In Tall Buildings, July 8 Tally Hall, August 10

Floating Laboratories Float Yr Face Festival: Keith Fullerton Whitman, Rene Hell, Outer Space, Fielded and more, June 3 & 4

The Fox Theatre Return to Forever, August 25

Fubar Armor for the Broken, July 12 Burning Twilight, June 23 Expire, June 30 Joyce Manor, June 23 Ringworm, August 7

Off Broadway Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, June 16 Centro-matic, July 5 Haley Bonar, June 29 Otis Heat, June 13 The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, August 5 Radical Dads, June 28

Old Rock House 40oz. to Freedom, June 9 Committed, June 23 Hawthorne Heights, June 13

The Pageant Ludo, August 6 My Morning Jacket, August 2 They Might Be Giants, September 24

Sheldon Concert Hall The Cunninghams, August 5

Touhill Performing Arts Center Herbie Hancock, March 18, 2012

Vintage Vinyl Dawes, June 6 The Head and the Heart, June 13 Jill Andrews, June 9 The Low Anthem, June 5

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