We would like to invite you all to a very special day for us as we release our last Michigan City Vandals album at an outdoor show in the Benton Harbor Arts District Friday Night August 8, 2014.
We will have a Ravinia style concert in the lawn outside The Oak Room at the Citadel. There will be live outdoor music by us and two other bands (tba) from about 6:00 pm to 8:30pm (ish). Gates open at 6. Bring a blanket, chairs, coolers (but keep it cool), candelabras or whatever you need to enjoy the evening outdoors. We are asking for a donation at the door (whatever you can afford) so that we can pay the other bands and give something to the Nadolski's for their generosity in letting us use their space and their electric. The lawn is located just between Water Street Glassworks and Brammall Industrial Supply. (This is a family friendly all ages event)
Before the show at 5:00 PM, there will be a private wine and cheese listening party and acoustic performance (because we are a classy effing indie rock band) at 3 Pillars Music for those who bought our album in advance through our Indiegogo Campaign. Without you we could not have recorded this album, they say there are no more 'Patrons of the Arts' but I beg to differ. Thank you.
Huge thanks to Tom Ives, Ken Ankli, The New Territory Arts Association, Sarah and Mike Nadolski, Gary Callender and Duckhead Recording Studio, the Fortune-Mattiford family, Fred Maddron (C.R.E.A.M), Evan Margol (for your shred and writing Tell Tale Heart and Nerve Ending with us), Rick Willey (C.R.E.A.M), Jr Garza (C.R.E.A.M. aka Batman, aka DJ Uno) Lance Eichler (C.R.E.A.M), and our producer Ryan Cunningham at Black Port Audio,
We hope to see you all there!