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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14
KILL YOUR IDOL: Holy Dances
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Basement Presents

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15
VOLTAIRE: Funktion w Public Sound Collective ft TBA
ARTS GARAGE: 3rd Thursday: Art Meets Music
ROBOT BREWING CO: Dead Winter Carpenters, Citizen Badger
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Ghost Lion
REVOLUTION LIVE: The Main Squeeze
CWS: Victoria Cardona

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
VOLTAIRE: 305 Invasion: Analog, TBA
ARTS GARAGE: Judy Carmichael
MATHEWS BREWING COMPANY: Beauregard and the Downright
ROBOT BREWING CO: Splitsville
DADA: Del Pelson
KILL YOUR IDOL: American Grime’s Proper
RESPECTABLE STREET: Beastie Boys Tribute
O’MALLEY’S: Ingested, Enterprise Earth
STACHE: Punch Drunk Love
REVOLUTION LIVE: Atreyu, Memphis May Fire, Ice Nine Kills, Sleep Signals
CWS: Tasty Vibrations

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17
ARTS GARAGE: Bobby Ramirez
MATHEWS BREWING COMPANY: Bark Back Benefit
ROBOT BREWING CO: The Standard Americans, Bianca Jazmine
VOLTAIRE: KASHA, Michael Mayo
DADA: Int’l Language
HULLABALOO: Electric Red
KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
RESPECTABLE STREET: Killed By Florida
O’MALLEY’S: Fero Lux: The Final Show
CWS: Poor Life Decisions

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