Kikagaku Moyo at The Blind Pig

. February 8, 2019.
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Check out the feel-good sounds of Tokyo band Kikagaku Moyo at The Blind Pig, where you’ll hear upbeat, psychedelic, 60s-inspired tunes like “Smoke and Mirrors” and songs to mellow out to, like the relaxing acoustic sounds of “Cardigan Song.” Whatever the band ends up playing from their extensive catalogue, they always put on an unforgettable show.

$12 in advance, $15 at door | 9pm | Saturday, February 23.
The Blind Pig A2, 208 1st St.
734-996-8555 | ticketweb.com | Must be 18 or older

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