The Austerity Program has scheduled a super-rare Midwestern show for the exact moment that Bear Claw comes out of hibernation. It's all coming together, people!!
Nonagon is a three-piece punk rock band that was formed in the early oughts and practices in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Tell me more...
There are too many bands to list, but we will be playing at around 9:55pm. Here's the details about the event.
Our good friends at Illuminated Brew Works have invited us to play at their brewery. We will be opening for fire... literal fire... as in a bonfire.
Playing in front of a giant ROA mural and the Chicago skyline:
We are off on another micro-tour of the Midwest. First stop: Kalamazoo!
People may live everywhere, but did you know they pretty much brew beer everywhere too? Had to pay homage to the Bell's Brewery before the show:
Louie's Trophy House featured many trophies including this cow thing. I'm calling "fake" here. No way that ever existed:
After an excursion to the Kalamazoo 10 Theater to catch the Mad Max: Fury Road Matinee, we headed down to South Bend. Oh look, another brew pub:
It was prom night in South Bend. Unfortunately, none of the attendees strolled into McCormick's for the show. Probably due to a lack of EDM.
Final night of Nonagon's upper Midwest micro-tour.
Minnesota Load-in! No, it's not slang for a prison move, it's an actual gear load-in... okay that doesn't sound any better:
Night number two of our whirlwind tour of the upper Midwest.
Mark Steven Hillstrom:
In which we began a weekend trek across the Upper Midwest. First stop Dubuque, Iowa:
We rode an elevator/train thing to the top of the bluff:
Eronel is a very cool space to play:
This was Whales first show with their new guitarist Ryan.
Shanks are from Canada and rocked it with in suits with catchy, loud tunes.