10/16 – Washington D.C. @ Comet Ping Pong

TIME / Literals / Bacchae / Reyna Valencia at Comet ~ BACK ROOM!

Monday October 16, 2017
Unofficial: TIME + Literals + Bacchae + Reyna Valencia
$5-10 suggested donation – Doors 7:00pm – All Ages
in the BACK ROOM of Comet Ping Pong

TIME (FL)
https://www.facebook.com/eternaltimenow
https://timeiam.bandcamp.com/
http://www.timemirrorvision.com/

Literals (DC)
https://www.facebook.com/literalsdc/
https://literalsdc.bandcamp.com/

Bacchae (DC)
https://www.facebook.com/bacchaeband/
https://bacchae.bandcamp.com/

Reyna Valencia (DC)
https://www.facebook.com/reynavalenciadc
https://valenciadc.bandcamp.com/releases

THE DEETS ON THE SHOW:
– TIME: Doors open at 7PM, first band starting at 7:30PM!
– MONEY: $5-10 suggested donation. ALL money collected at the door will go to the musicians. We will have a full bar + full food service available so bring some money for that too!
– ACCESSIBILITY: The space is 100% accessible via the back door which opens to the parking lot. Otherwise, we ask that you enter through Comet’s usual entrances and head all the way back past the ping pong tables, where there are 5 stairs leading down the space. That back door will be kept locked to keep the tunes inside and away from our neighbors’ ears.
– JERK POLICY: Don’t be a jerk.

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October 16th: TIME, Literals, Bacchae, Reyna Valencia
Location: Comet Ping Pong
Cost: $5-10 donation

You may be nervous that I’ve made it halfway through the month without begging you to spend money on some “weird electronic show,” but don’t fret. This month’s ticket to sonic outer-space will take place at Comet Ping Pong and like all the other shows I’ve recommended lately, it will frugally offset the entire paycheck you may have spent on that scalped Foo Fighters ticket.

Priced at a flexible $5-10 donation, this show features Florida duo TIME, who make it their duty to bring retro-futurist, apocalyptic synth-pop to the unexpecting ears and eyes of America.

The stage production they put on with just a van’s worth of gear is probably the closest thing you’ll ever see to a Daft Punk show in a 150-capacity music venue/pizza place…

Not even Dave Grohl’s heavy-metal wheelchair throne can beat that.

#bacchae

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