FUZZ FEST

. June 1, 2015.
jUNGLEFOWL

Ann Arbor is known for its folk scene, and for the most part, folks have to venture out to Detroit for rock ‘n’ roll. But once again, Fuzz Fest brings the rock show, 23 rocks shows to be exact, to Tree Town. The Blind Pig hosts the party this year. Performer highlights: JUNGLEFOWL (Ypsi-based two-piece White Stripes-like rockers), PING PoNG (jam pop), Wild Savages (biker rock meets proto metal), The Amino Acids (Detroit surf-punk).

Doors at 8pm. $8. 208 S 1st St, 734-996-8555. blindpigmusic.com.  

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