A Rock-Filled Night at Club Above

. April 30, 2019.
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Club Above is bringing three very different rock groups to their stage with Eerie Point, a Toledo indie-rock band with blues and alternative influences; Dark Serenity, a hard rock band from Ann Arbor whose self-purported mission is to “make you angry”; and classic rock Czech band Red Baron, paying homage to rock bands from the 70s. This show will keep you on your toes with its variety of subgenres, and it’s only $5 to get in.

8:30pm-12:30am | Saturday, May 18
Club Above, 215 N. Main St.
booking@club-above.com | club-above.com

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