Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 day of show.
Doors at 8 pm | Music starts at 9 pm.
All of our tickets are paperless. Purchased tickets will be at will call at the door. All you need to do is arrive with your ID and enjoy the show!
Xander Nelson is a Portland, Maine based indie rock band featuring hook-laden original songs and tasty dueling guitar riffs, all packaged in a highly energetic live show. The band features front man, guitarist and songwriter Xander Nelson, LA Music scene veteran Manny Urgiles (guitar) and a driving rhythm section in bass player Jacob McCurdy and drummer Chuck Martin.
The bands’ recently released sophomore album, See You On the Other Side, was produced by Jonathan Wyman of the Halo Studio and mastered by five time Grammy Award winner Adam Ayan of Gateway Mastering. The title single “See You on the Other Side” has enjoyed widespread radio play and much critical acclaim.
Tiger Bomb, is an all female garage-pop outfit from Portland, Maine, featuring Chris Horne from The Brood and Lynda Mandolyn from Fabulous Disaster, who have combined forces in a new rock & pop sound explosion, backed by the dynamic duo of Andrea Ellis on bass & Jessica Smith on drums. Tiger Bomb is an all-girl feline frenzy that fuses catchy original garage-pop songs with tight harmonies, ferocious guitars, and a high-energy attitude for a purr-fectly captivating experience. Their debut LP “Uproar” (Dionysus ID:1233166) features 14 songs mastered by the renowned “Slaughter” Joe Foster (My Bloody Valentine; The Jesus & Mary Chain), and comes wrapped in original cover-art painted by Lisa Petrucci (Something Weird Video) in her infamous “Liddle Kiddles” style. Liner notes by the esteemed rock-music writer Jeff Tamarkin (Goldmine Magazine), pop-musician Paul Collins (Nerves; The Beat), and popular international radio personalities Mal Thursday and Palmyra Delran.
Once hailed as “the Northeast’s best Midwest Emo,” Adulting is best described by the Portland Phoenix as “an indie/emo/punk hybrid formed in 2014, [who] play vaguely anthemic, spirited emo-anthems with a surprising amount of character, energy, and catharsis.” (Schroeder)