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Vesperteen

If high-energy pop and sing-along friendly choruses are your thing then we think you might just love Vesperteen. The passion project of former House of Heroes singer, Colin Rigsby, Vesperteen channels contemporaries like Bleachers and the 1975 with a totally flamboyant festival-ready infectiousness. Still pretty fresh to the scene with only one EP out, Vesperteen has already accrued 30,000 social media followers and generated a million plays on Spotify. Vesperteen will be joined by Lilac Lungs, Bonelang, and Amy Guess.

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What: An open mic and art event
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