Entries tagged with: Fugazi
Pinback @ Metro, November 2012 (more by Grant MacAllister)
There are few things I enjoy more than a well-packaged tour, and damn did they hit this one right on the money. Pinback will hit the road throughout North America in late-August, and then as September rolls around, they'll be joined by Deathfix (the project of Fugazi's Brenden Canty). The fall leg of that tour kicks off with a performance at Lincoln Hall on September 3. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (5/17).
All known Pinback // Deathfix tour dates and a couple of videos are below...
photos & video by John Yingling
Wild Flag @ Metro on 4/05/2012
Last Thursday (April 5), label mates Wild Flag and Hospitality visited Chicago to play a sold-out show at Metro. During their encore, Wild Flag covered a trio of songs- Bobby Freeman's "Do You Wanna Dance?," Television's "See No Evil," and Fugazi's "Margin Walker." Here are some pictures, plus a video of their Fugazi cover, from Thursday night. More below...
Fleet Foxes @ Pitchfork Fest 2011 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
As mentioned, Fleet Foxes have added a September 30th performance at the Chicago Theatre to their ongoing queue of fall tour dates. The show is now sold out, and they've added a second date, set for October 1st. Tickets go on sale this Friday (8/5), at 10AM CST.
AA Bondy @ FYF Fest in 2010 (more by Chris Juarez)
AA Bondy is set to release his new LP Believers on September 13th. In support of the album he'll embark on a North American fall tour, which will hit Lincoln Hall on November 8th. Tickets go on sale this Friday (8/5), at noon CST.
NPR premiered his single "The Heart is Willing" today. Take a listen HERE.
Death Cab For Cutie @ Metro this past May (more by Josh Darr)
Death Cab For Cutie have announced some additional dates on their fall tour. As mentioned, they'll play the UIC Pavilion on August 25th with Frightened Rabbit. They've now added an October 1st performance at the University of Illinois with Telekinesis. Tickets will be available shortly.