Tickets available at Amigos or Online (link above) starting Thursday, June 30th.
$22 advance/$25 day of (if still available)
COME EARLY! $4.50 Bottles of Boh/Pilsner, $4 hi-balls/$6 doubles between 9:30pm – 11pm.
Swedish punk outfit Millencolin has been rocking fans with their melodic anthems and adrenaline-fueled live shows for the past two decades. After releasing several albums of alt-rock influenced material, the band returned to their ’90s skate punk roots in 2015 for True Brew, a galloping collection of politically charged songs that struck a chord with both fans and critics. In concert the band is a well-oiled machine, plowing through their high-octane tracks with razor-sharp guitar shredding and airtight drumming. Frontman Nicola Sarcevic brings infectious energy as he sings and plays bass, while the dual guitar onslaught of Mathias Farm and Erik Ohlsson creates a massive wave of harmonic distortion. Holding it all together is ace drummer Fredrik Larzon, whose blistering beats always whip fans into a moshing frenzy. Ticket buyers looking for a tuneful dose of good old-fashioned punk rock won’t want to miss Millencolin’s live-wire performances any time they tour.
Built on a foundation of classic hardcore and a strong touring ethic, Rochester, New York-based Such Gold bring extra intensity and passion to the world of melodic hardcore. Ben Kotin, Nate Derby, Skylar Sarkis, and Devan Bentley came together with the simple goal of making the kind of music they had grown up loving, and to get it out to the people by the most tried and true method of all: getting in the van. The band adds a layer of melody to the old-school hardcore sound, keeping the speed while adding emotional depth that extends beyond simply being upset.