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8/2 Bring Down the House w/ BLUHTii & Poboy

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Doors open at 8:00 show starts at 8:45!

You must be 18+ to enter and as always 21+ to drink! Admission is 5$ at the door!

For August Keys Tone Promotions is doing something a little different! We are happy to present BRING DOWN THE HOUSE! August 2nd we are bringing you the sounds of House music featuring Tygre, Archur, Boyotë, and Boyo! We also have 2 special guests Lil Red and Cj Reyes. Then we will be closing the night with a secret set! Come hang out for a night of dancing and as always BASS!

1110 N 3rd St. Harrisburg PA

8/2 Black Magic Flower Power LIVE at HMAC

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7 PM
$ 10

Black Magic Flower Power is a sexy funk band based in Tuscan, AZ. Otherwise Known as “Stoner Disco” Their music has a psychadelic element to it that will have you wandering the desert! They are touring for their new project. Come see them live as they kick off their tour at live at HMAC !

Tix will be $10 At the door first come first serve!

The Queers at Stage on Herr 8/17

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SAT · AUGUST 17, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

$15.00 – $20.00

The Queers are punk rock band formed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1982. Their sound is heavily influenced by the Ramones and ’60s bubblegum pop and their songs often feature humorous and juvenile lyrics. The original line up consisted of Joe King (2) (Vocals/Guitar), Tulu (2) (Vocals/Bass), and Wimpy (2) Rutherford (Drums). The band released one 7″ EP with this line up. In 1984, the band released a second 7″, this time with Tulu on drums, Wimpy singing, and Keith Hages playing bass. The band split shortly afterwards but Joe would occasionally use the name throughout the ’80s, playing with various line-ups (King’s most frequent collaborators were JJ Rassler (guitar) and Hugh O’Neill (2) (drums)) for sporadic shows in Boston and New Hampshire, although there were no recordings created at this time, and by the end of the decade the band had pretty much become inactive.

In 1990, King and O’Neill decided to get the band going again and recorded the band’s first LP, “Grow Up”. Around the same time, The Queers became acquainted with Screeching Weasel, beginning a long-term association between the two bands. After the “Grow Up” LP, King and O’Neill met Chris Barnard, aka B-Face, who would join as the group’s bassist and this would constitute the “classic” Queers line-up (although O’Neill would be in and out of the band and the band would generally tour with a second guitarist). The group signed with Lookout! Records in 1993 for the album “Love Songs For The Retarded” (produced by Ben Weasel) and stayed through 1996’s “Don’t Back Down”. After that, the classic line-up split for good, with B-Face quitting due to growing tension between him and Joe and O’Neill being diagnosed with brain cancer (he would pass away in January 1999).

The Queers would continue with Joe recording and touring with an ever-rotating cast of backing musicians. The band jumped to Hopeless Records for 2 LPs and returned to Lookout! in 2002 for one album before departing the label for good, eventually reclaiming all their albums from the label in 2006 due to a lack of royalty payments. The band currently records for Asian Man Records.

In 2001, the original line up of Joe King, Wimpy, and Tulu reunited and recorded and EP under the name “Drunken Cholos”.

8.9 LILIAC DEBUT EAST COAST LIVE CONCERT Kiss Kiss Bang in The Capitol Room 8/9

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Kiss Kiss Bang

FRI · AUGUST 9, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00 – $50.00

We are extremely excited to announce to all of you guys We will be bringing Liliac to Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. This event is a must see event!! Tickets on sale this Friday at 10am.

The A-student siblings from Downey in Liliac – all under the age of 19 — were discovered on the Santa Monica Pier, where they’ve performed together every weekend for three years:

Lead vocals and bass, Melody, 17; lead guitar Samuel, 20; Abigail on drums, 18; rhythm guitar, Ethan, 12; and Justin, 11, on keyboards.
The Cristea kids’ named their band Liliac — “vampire bat” in Romanian – combining their family love of American rock ‘n’ roll and their parents’ Transylvania heritage.
Liliac’s Santa Monica Pier performances have also attracted fans from around the world: their videos have gone viral on YouTube with over 15 Million views.

8/3 GREEN JELLO at Stage on Herr

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Defiant, Dawns Divide, Felipe Pupo

SAT · AUGUST 3, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)

$15.00 – $20.00

Metal / Punk / Comedy Rock band from California, formed in 1981.

Originally known as “Green Jellö” before they were sued by Kraft Foods for trademark infringement in 1992 (due to the use of “Jello” in their name).

Has reportedly had over 250 members over the years, with the only constant member being founder Bill Manspeaker.

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