Wednesday, November 28, 2012

City Slang: Black Christmas is coming

Posted By on Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 8:44 AM

The Majestic complex will host a punk extravaganza on Friday, December 28, called Black Christmas.

The bill features some of our best local contemporary punk bands, including the Suicide Machines, Grand Rapids, Koffin Kats, Golden Torso, PT’s Revenge, and Snakewing.

Also on the bill are Continental, Kid Brother Collective, the Swellers, We Are the Union, Few & Far Between, Break Anchor, the A-Gang, Common Enemy, Louder Than Bombs, All Eyes West, Down Down Down, Still Alive, Slo Poke, the Black List, DGR/ DGN, Arm Your Enemy, Nice Hooves, Seized Up, the Mizzerables, Wrist Rocket, and Spick of it All.

The sets will be spread across the Majestic Theater, the Magic Stick, the Magic Stick Lounge and the Garden Bowl. There are 200 early bird tickets available for $20 at Ticketweb. Doors are at 6 p.m. and it’s an all-ages show.

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