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.
Sunday February 25
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
Doo-wop garage rock
garage indie pop rock
-from Charleston, SC
-Consisting of former marching band students, Orange Doors aims to bring you an unforgettably energetic live experience with eclectic hooks and memorable 90s style melodies. With a very unique and engaging set up, the band delivers a psychedelic grunge flavor everyone craves but has never tasted.
-from Oakland, CA
-With a knack for blending sweet vocal melodies with interwoven guitars, Night School has been gaining attention for their dreamy indie sound and fun visuals. Alexandra Morte (Velvet Gentleman , Camera Shy) is the original member from 2013, followed by Cheyenne Avant (Fawning), and Sarah Vyeda. Their songs vary, in a satisfying balance from heavy, at times, to delicate and dreamy. They’ve had a steady presence in the Bay Area sharing the stage with acts such as Phoebe Bridgers, Best Coast, and Nothing. Their 3rd full-length album, Invoke (released October 2022), can be best described as bedroom rock since they recorded from each of their homes. But with wide technical access and mixing by Nick Bassett, the album sounds much larger than 4 walls.
-from Oakland, CA
-Zachary Elsasser is a Multi-genre instrumentalist and drummer with years of experience playing professionally around the world. With a Bachelor's Degree in Music from UC Berkeley, he pushed the boundries of his musicianship by being a member of the Nu Jazz Collective under Myra Melford as well as a member of various other percussion groups at the University. From 2015-2019, Zach was the touring drummer of indie rock group Jay Som, who toured with acts such as Foster the People and Paramore and was featured on NPR's Tiny Desk. He's played festivals in Japan and all over the USA all while building a style and feel that he could call his own, mixing elements of Jazz and improvisation with contemporary pop.
Currently residing in Oakland, CA, he produces his own music under the name Affectionately as well as plays in other various groups around the Bay Area.