with Local H

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Fri Mar 13


with Local H

Doors: 8:30 pm
Start: 9:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only

The Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum rock band, received their big break with the release of their 1992 album, Grave Dancers Union, and its hit song, Runaway Train!

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Genre: Alternative

Ticket Price: $27 advanced / $29 day of show / $48 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office)

Soul Asylum Meet & Greet Package - $99 available online only
One general admission ticket
Exclusive pre-show meet & greet with Soul Asylum
Personal photograph with Soul Asylum
Intimate 2-song performance by Soul Asylum
Autographed copy of Loud Fast Words
Specially designed Soul Asylum tote bag
Official meet & greet laminate
Very limited availability

Local H

Original Local H drummer, Joe Daniels, will join the current two-man line-up (frontman Scott Lucas and drummer Ryan Harding) for a spring tour to mark the 20th anniversary of the band’s breakthrough album, As Good As Dead. The band will first play a short set of songs culled from last year’s widely praised album, Hey, Killer, along with music from their other six studio albums and EPs. After a brief intermission, they will return to the stage and play As Good As Dead in its entirety. There will be no opening act.

As Good As Dead, Local H’s second full-length album, was produced by Steven Haigler (Quicksand, Pixies) and was originally released on April 16, 1996 on Island Records. The record was the band’s first foray into making a concept album and is centered around life in a dead-end, small town. As Good As Dead spawned four modern rock radio hits including “Eddie Vedder,” “Fritz’s Corner,” “High-Fivin’ MF” and “that copacetic song” -- “Bound for the Floor,” a track that remains a staple on alternative radio station playlists around the the country two decades later.