It’s finally upon us…and to make things even more interesting none-other than Sandrider has been revealed as the special guest.
Pre-sale tickets are still available or it’s $10 at the door. The first 50 people through the door will get a Good to Die Records beer coozie, which you will no doubt need for the mass consumption that is sure to happen throughout the night. It’s my birthday and I’ll no doubt be slammin’ a few right along with you
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Make sure to bring extra cash, as its a cash bar not to mention all 8 bands will be selling merch. Brothers of the Sonic Cloth will have some limited edition t-shirts on sale as well as all the Good to Die LPs will be available. Buy the whole lot for $70.
Here’s what Megan Seling from The Stranger has to say about the show!
Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, Secret Guest, Wizard Rifle, Absolute Monarchs, Shelter Red, Monogamy Party, Deadkill, Swayze!
(Underground Events Center) Not only is tonight’s show one hell of a closing party for this year’s Noise for the Needy festivities, it’s also the birthday celebration for Nik Christofferson, the Ballard man who founded Good to Die Records, one of Seattle’s newest and most consistently great record labels that focuses on the louder and harder side of Seattle’s music scene. The lineup is a mix of GtD bands and local acts that Christofferson loves, and sure, there are eight bands on the bill (and sadly no room for a nap intermission), but all of ’em deliver a highly entertaining (and in some cases deafening) performance. You absolutely won’t get bored; you might, however, develop tinnitus. And, in case you’re wondering who that “secret guest” is, I’ll give you a hint: It rhymes with Handrider. MEGAN SELING
Underground Events Center
$10 | 21+ | 7PM
*Underground Events Center is cash only
Proceeds benefit Seattle Community Law Center