Ladies and Gentleman, Step Right Up for the Slambovian Circus of Dreams

. June 1, 2018.
Photo courtesy of theark.org.
Photo courtesy of theark.org.

This pioneering alt-funk band started over a decade ago in Sleepy Hollow, New York–where at least one other famed legend was born–and have brought their top-hatted Willy Wonka-esque look and musical incarnation of what’s been called “hillbilly Pink Floyd” and “surreal Americana” all over the festival circuit through US, the UK and Canada. Chronogram Magazine calls them “a riveting, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing machine of music.”

$27: Reserved | $20: General Admission
8pm | Friday, June 15th

The Ark | 316 S Main St, Ann Arbor
734-761-1800 | theark.org

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