Fresh off an appearance at New Orleans' Voodoo Experience, husband and wife duo Mates of State head to the Firebird for a Halloween show. The band's first original disc since 2008, Mountaintops, is due out September 13 on Barsuk. Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps must love Off Broadway as much as we do; the twee as folk Minnesotans are back at the historic venue on September 22. Comedians Chris Tucker and Tig Notaro are comin' to town; at the Fox Theatre and the Firebird respectively.
2720 Cherokee Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow, August 12 Garage A Trois, September 30 Pato Banton, August 24
Ciceros Ballyhoo! September 2 Colour Revolt, October 19 The Foot, September 10 Jim Ward, September 1 Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, October 4
The Firebird Cobra Skulls, October 1 Mates of State, October 31 The Business, September 11 Tig Notaro, September 3 Yuck, October 4
Fox Theatre Chris Tucker, October 28
Fubar Confused Little Girl, September 15 Copernicus, August 30 The Crimson Armada, September 8 Cruel Hand, September 13 Ice Nine Kills, September 21 Madball, August 8 Saviours, September 3 Tigers Jaw, August 15 Upon a Burning Body, August 24 Victorian Halls, September 1 Yung Blue, August 31
Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Creeper, October 28 The Funeral and the Twilight, September 28 Jason Kahn, September 20 Jealousy Mountain Duo, October 21 Stephanie Rearick, October 23
Off Broadway Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps, September 22 Kid Congo Powers and the Pink Monkey Birds, September 7 The Milk Carton Kids, September 17
Old Rock House A Lull, August 4 An Horse, September 18 Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, September 6 The Greencards, October 7 Jenny Owen Youngs, September 21 Mochipet, September 29
The Pageant Brett Dennen, October 15
Pop's Nightclub Down, September 17
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