Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Thursday September 14 2017
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
Joe Junod - Guitar/Vocals
Brad Wyllner - Guitar/Vocals
Ian Foley - Bass/Vocals
Adam Cerdan - Drums
-from Marlton, NJ
-Hailing from Marlton, New Jersey, indie rock band Dryjacket draw on emo, punk-pop, and math rock with less weighty results. Formed in 2014 by lead singer/guitarist Joe Junod, who had some songs in hand, guitarists Brad Wyllner and Ian Foley, and drummer Adam Cerdan, the band made an impression quickly. After some rehearsing and a few house shows, they opened multiple shows for Somos, and were contacted by Hopeless Records within months of forming. The label released the quartet's debut EP, Lights, Locks, & Faucets, in 2015. The band did a short headlining tour of the Great Lakes region in early 2016 before hitting the road in support of Yellowcard. Dryjacket's first full-length album, For Posterity, arrived in January 2017.
Trevor, Garrett, Forest and friends
-from Tempe, AZ
-Life is all about transitions, the desire to get from who you are to who you want to be. Just like the people who comprise them, every band is on a journey to find an identity and become comfortable in it’s own skin. For Phoenix, Arizona indie punks, Sundressed, these changes are found. Sundressed walk a line between youthful enthusiasm and adult thoughtfulness, energetic punk and quirky indie, harrowing desperation and uplifting hopefulness. The band have embraced these dynamics, found solace in transition, and are well on their way to becoming who they want to be.
Ian Sampson (Drums) and Samuel Raven (Bass)
-from Oakland, CA
-TheARCHER, formerly known as civilian. is a rock trio from Oakland, CA.
Raw, but not punk, theARCHER draws inspiration from the alternative spectrum.
Featuring Ian Sampson (Drums) and Samuel Raven (Bass) from the
acclaimed Scene of Action, and Daniel Olbrych of Kid Laser and the Dynamite
Deal. theARCHER brings big catchy sounds with a harder edge.