Cicero's bagged San Francisco's pretty excellent Moon Duo (Ripley Johnson, also of Wooden Shjips, and Sanae Yamada) on December 18. It's a big week for dance music: AVICII, dubstep prodigy Mimosa, and STEVE AOKI on a co-bill with Datsik on February 1, all at The Pageant. The Pageant also announced the one and only Ryan Adams on January 31, but he'll be playing at the Peabody Opera House. Fans of The Point will jump for this one: Pop's booked rock radio phenom AWOLNATION, the guy responsible for "Sail."
2720 Cherokee DeRobert and the Half-Truths, December 17
Blueberry Hill Drivin' and Cryin', February 16 Hilary Scott, December 16 Whitehorse, March 8
Cicero's Moon Duo, December 18 Morning Teleportation, December 16
Europe Nightclub Morgan Page, January 28
The Firebird The Lawrence Arms, January 12 Us, From Outside, December 18
Fubar Abigail Williams, December 16 Farewell to Freeway, December 4 Kutt Calhoun, December 18 Trapped Under Ice, December 4
The Gramophone Ramblin' Pan, December 18
Lemmon's Kevin Crafton and the High Tides, January 13
Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Fuck Detector, December 29 Waxeater, March 4
Old Rock House Quiet Corral, Kopecky Family Band, January 20 The Wailers, January 3 Waka Winter Classic, February 3
The Pageant AVICII, January 10 Corey Smith, January 20 Galactic, March 14 Mimosa, January 28 Steve Aoki, Datsik, February 1
Peabody Opera House Ron White, March 9 Ryan Adams, January 31
Pop's Nightclub AWOLNATION, January 21
The Sheldon Abigail Washburn, April 12 Branford Marsalis, January 22 Sara Gazarek, May 5
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