Madison Week In Music + Ticket Giveaways (5.19.10-5.25.10): Mono, Gary Louris, Crash Test Dummies, mc chris, and Cocktails For A Cause featuring Roots Collective

Mono

Hot tickets this week!  Besides the always intriguing Mono (pictured above), we’re bringing Gary Louris, Crash Test Dummies, and mc chris to town for some seriously great Madison concerts.  We’re also very excited about our latest Cocktails for a Cause event benefiting Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation on Saturday.  You’ll be able to get your groove on the sounds of Roots Collective, while helping out a very worthy organization. Details for all of these upcoming shows can be found below, as well as a chance to win tickets to see Mono and Mr. Louris.  Check it out!

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

MONO with special guests THE TWILIGHT SAD

Genre: Post-Rock, Ambient, Experimental

Sounds Like: Caspian, Red Sparowes, Mogwai

Win A Pair Of Tickets: With Mono’s song “Disney Town” in mind, we started thinking about classic cartoons, and want to hear what your faves are.  Tell what your favorite animated characters, shows and/or movies are in the comments section below.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 9pm – $12 adv $14 dos – 18+

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Friday, May 21, 2010

GARY LOURIS of the JAYHAWKS with BEN KYLE (of Romantica)

Genre: Alt-Country, Singer-Songwriter

Sounds Like: Mark Olson, Jay Farrar, Golden Smog

Win A Pair Of Tickets: This one’s short and sweet:  after hearing Gary’s song “Turn Your Pretty Name Around” we’re curious to hear the coolest name you’ve ever heard.  It could be a person’s name, a street name, a city—-whatever.  Just tell us about a name that struck you as being particularly awesome.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 9pm – $18 adv $20 dos – 21+

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Friday, May 21, 2010

CRASH TEST DUMMIES with ROB MORSBERGER

Genre: Alternative Rock

Sounds Like: Counting Crows, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Barenaked Ladies

Win A Pair Of Tickets: We’ll be holding a special giveaway for this show on Tuesday.  Be sure to check back!

Show Info: The Majestic – 7pm (seated show), $20 – $35 adv and dos – general admission, all ages

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Friday, May 21, 2010

mc chris with special guest MATH THE BAND

Genre: Hip Hop, Rap, Comedy

Sounds Like: MC Hawking, Optimus Rhyme, MC Lars

Show Info: The Annex – 9:30 pm – $12 adv $14 dos – 18+

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Saturday, May 22, 2010

COCKTAILS FOR A CAUSE featuring ROOTS COLLECTIVE

Show Info: Stadium Bar – 8pm – $10 – 21+

The Stadium Bar is located at 1419 Monroe St. just down the way from Camp Randall Stadium. All patrons will receive $10 in gift certificates to local restaurants and bars. Our beneficiary for this event will be the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. 25% of bar sales for the evening will go to this great cause!

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Winners will be chosen and notified tomorrow, May 18th.

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4 Responses

  1. Mono / Twilight Sad

    I’ve always been a big fan of the Looney Tunes cartoons (especially toons with Bugs and Daffy together), but my cartoon appreciation lately is biased towards what my son is watching, so current faves are old Tom and Jerrys, the mid-90s Little Lulus (with Tracey Ullman), Spongebob (I have a special fondness for the Sam Henderson episodes, since he’s one of the funniest illustrators around), plus many of the Studio Ghibli movies like My Neighbor Totoro and Ponyo.

    Also, the Cowboy Bebop shows are really great!

  2. Mono…

    Have to say that my favorite cartoon is the Pink Panther collection. True genius communicated with next to NO words. What started out as a movie intro ended up being one of the most memorable set of shorts in history. What were there, almost 90 episodes?

  3. Friends and I constantly have cartoon discussions just for nostalgia sake. The first cartoons I remember watching in my youth were all of the classic Nick Jr. shows like David the Gnome, The Noozles, The Littl’ Bits, Muppet Babies, etc. As I got a bit older I became privy to stuff like Resue Rangers, Ducktails, Goof Troop, Animaniacs, Tailspin, Rocko’s Modern Life, and countless others.

  4. Great responses! I was a huuuuuge Duck Tales/Rescue Rangers fan growing up.

    The Mono tix will go to DJ Renton this week. No takers on Gary Louris?!

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