Wike Watt is having a birthday bash on DEc-20 at DiPiazza’s in Long Beach. We will open then Anarch Taco will bring some madness before Mike Watt and the Secondmen take the stage.
Our first early show was pretty popular so we are doing it again. This time Weird Radicals will open up and we will have a food truck too. No cover!
We teamed up with the Freeze to play an early show (6:30 to 8:45pm) on Wednesday, May 23rd at Rips. Both bands will be playing their Punk Rock Bowling sets to get psyched for the big stage.
The City of Tempe is hosting Fox and Peacock Music Festival at Mitchel Park on February 24th. There will be 2 stages and continuous music all afternoon and into the evening.
Grave Danger (Kevin Daly’s Grave Danger)
The Father Figures
Some Magical Animal
Scorpion vs. Tarantula
Live art from:
A NXOEED/ James B. Hunt Art Hunt
Education and Activities from Skate After School
Zine table and Zine actives provided by Wasted Ink Zine Distro
Bike Valet provided by:
Tempe Bicycle Action Group
Grid Bike Share
The Father Figures are playing at Valley Bar Wednesday, Nov. 1st. Why would you go, you ask? It’s our last show of the year, we’re releasing the CD version of our (to date) vinyl only “Heavy Lifting” LP, AND we’re bringing out one of Chicago’s best bands, The Safes (AND the Rebel Set)! Oh, and the CD will be much cheaper than downloading it. It would mean a lot to us if you could come out and hang with us for a bit, we promise to wrap the show up early (10:30) and get you home in bed just a little later than normal.
You can read Blurt Magazine’s review of Heavy Lifting by Fred Mills on their web site. Thanks for the review!
You can find our track “Medicine Ball” on the latest Zia Records compilation. We will be at the Camelback Zia location at 2:00pm on Record Store Day to spin some of our new tracks and favorite records.
Thanks to Jason Patrick Woodbury and the New Times for the preview of our April 14th vinyl release show at Valley Bar. Check it out here.