Road Shows

JULY

FRI 25 Cher UK, Hole in the Wall

FRI 25 Thrall, Rocket Fuel is the Key, Boxcar Satan, Emo's

FRI 25 The Gluey Brothers, Darlahood, Stubb's

FRI 25 Stefani, Auditorium Shores


SAT 26 Dokken, Back Room

SAT 26 June of '44, Dinaogah, Emo's

SAT 26 Dan Israel & the Cultivators, Hole in the Wall

SAT 26 Phish, Southpark Meadows

SAT 26 Clandestine, Cactus Cafe

SAT 26, SUN 27 The Backsliders, Continental Club


SUN 27 Valentine Six, Emo's

SUN 27 Alex Coke, Elephant Room

SUN 27 Ween, Liberty Lunch


MON 28 Ten Yard Fight, Voodoo Lounge


TUE 29 Helmet, The Melvins, Liberty Lunch


WED 30 House of Large Sizes, Emo's

WED 30 John Berry, Auditorium Shores


THU 31 Juke Logan, Continental Club

THU 31 Li'l Brian, Filé, Auditorium Shores


AUGUST

FRI 1 King's X, Back Room

FRI 1 Jack Ingram, Emilio, Auditorium Shores

FRI 1 Old 97's, Blue Mountain, Liberty Lunch

FRI 1 Assorted Jellybeans, Against Authority, Falling Sickness, Fruity, Emo's

FRI 1 Tristan Palma, Flamingo Cantina


SAT 1 La Tropa F, Auditorium Shores

SAT 2 Huffamoose, Liberty Lunch


SAT 2 CJ Chenier & Red Hot Louisiana Band, Antone's

SAT 2 Tenderloin, Electric Lounge

SAT 2 Nobodys, Automatics, Emo's

SAT 2 Autumn, Ethos, Back Room

SAT 2 Katell Kenig, Cactus Cafe


SUN 3 Skavoovie & The Epitones, Spring Heeled Jack, Isaac Green & The Scholars, Emo's

SUN 3 Skeleton Key, Electric Lounge


WED 6 Johnny (Rotten) Lydon, Liberty Lunch

WED 6 OMC, Steamboat

WED 6, THU 7 Tom Scott & the LA Express, Sullivan's Ringside


THU 7 Sin City, Back Room

THU 7 Tom Scott & the LA Express, Sullivan's Ringside


FRI 8 Seven Mary Three, Liberty Lunch

WED 13 Electric Hellfire Club, Back Room

WED 13 Fishbone, Snot, Libery Lunch


FRI 15 King Kong, Emo's


MON 18 The Wailers, Liberty Lunch


THU 21 Lucky Dube, Liberty Lunch


TUE 26 Counting Crows, Wallflowers, Engine 88, Erwin Center


FRI 29 Brave Combo, Liberty Lunch

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