New Years Eve at Emo's East with The Black Angels

Brittany's New Years Eve pick.

New Years Eve at Emo's East with The Black Angels

It’s the end of the world as we know it so bring in 2012 with some of Austin Texas finest psychedelic rockers, The Black Angels! They are playing this Saturday for New Years Eve at the brand new Emo’s East.

All ages and doors open at 8pm and the show goes on at 9pm. Tickets are only $25, much cheaper than most parties going on that night. They are being joined with local acts UME, who have been described by Rolling Stone, SPIN and BrooklnVegan as one of the best unsigned bands. If you missed out on any of their Fun Fun Fun Fest after party performances don't miss this one. Also, Wooden Shjips will be playing their minimalist rock that will sure to add to the mind-expanding vibes to bring in a great new year.

Hope to see you there!

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