Monday Ticket Giveaway!

First person to request tix to either of these shows by leaving a comment specifying the band wins a guest list spot + 1.

Augustana’s follow-up album Can’t Love, Can’t Hurt, delves into modern and deeper subject matter than their first album. The touching vocals paired with melodic keys set the mood as Augustana tells their stories of making peace with religion and the sadness of leaving a loved one behind.  Normally playing arenas and large all ages venues, the High Noon Saloon will be a refreshing opportunity for fans to see the band in a comfortable and intimate setting. 
October 29 

with tba
Wednesday, October 29, 9pm 
High Noon Saloon 
$15 adv – 18+ 
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Tickets also available at  Strictly Discs 

Halloween can be an overwhelming holiday, especially here in Madison. If you are looking to celebrate without having to don your french maid costume,The  Acorn will be performing at Cafe Montmartre.  Canada native Indie rockers The Acorn are getting noticed here in the states for up-tempo rhythms with songs containing a wide subject matter.  Their new album Glory Hope Mountain, serves as a tribute to Rolf Klausener’s mother,  which is “part biographical narrative, part surreal fairy tale that retells stories from her early life in Honduras [and] eventual immigration to Montreal” (press release).

October 31

the acorn
Friday, October 31, 9:30pm 
Cafe Montmartre
$10 adv $10 dos — 21+ 
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