Upcoming Concerts & Events


TV Girl

TV Girl is Trung Ngo and Brad Petering, friends who spent many Southern California summers together absorbing pop music and forming a succession of bands that tried to  sound like the Beatles. 

TV Girl was formed with the intention of combining the duo’s love of girl-group pop  with a budding interest in hip-hop. They released a self-titled EP in September 2010  which was immediately given a high profile boost when their song “If You Want It” was  featured on taste-making blog Pitchfork. The EP subsequently spread throughout the  blogosphere and was written about by big name publications like The Guardian, The  Atlantic, and NPR, who praised the group’s knack for re-appropriating pop history  through knowing lyrical allusions and carefully chosen samples.

$8 Advance / $10 Day of | All Ages


Glass Animals / Gabriel Garzón-Montano

Glass Animals vocalist and songwriter David Bayley draws influence for both music and artwork from his involvement in the world of medicine and neuroscience (at just 22 yrs old, he has studied both) creating a sound with it's roots spread between the electronic and live instrumentation. The result is the warm, narcotic space between a downbeat, slow-burning groove and electro-pop catchiness. WSG: Gabriel Garzón-Montano  ~Presented by AEG Live~

$20 Cover | All Ages


Runaway Brother / Narco Debut / The Cardboard Swords / Ratboys / Small Parks


Sumac / Hordes / Dirtwolf

Black Iris Booking Presents: Sumac wsg Hordes & Dirtwolf

$10 Advance / $12 Day of | All Ages


Jamie xx / Mike Simonetti 

Towards the end of his last tour of North and South America with The xx, the pop trio’s sonic and rhythmic heartbeat Jamie was pinged in a YouTube clip from a friend in London. He was suffering a bout of homesickness. Intermittently, it can get to him. So when he eventually got round to clicking on Mark Leckey’s Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, it was as if a hand was wrapping around his shoulder, reminding him of everything he holds dear and romantic about the margins of the national dancefloor that interest him most, back home. “I became obsessed with it,” he says.

Leckey’s 14.45m video montage from 1999 cuts directly at the intersection between the flippancy and seriousness, the beauty and lunacy of British dance music culture, its timeline travelling from the working class theatrics of Northern Soul through the wide-eyed euphoria of acid house. There is an intermittent stopover to peer at depressed parochial 80’s shopping centres, providing a perfect counterbalance for the functionality of disco in all its myriad forms through the British psyche.  WSG: Mike Simonetti

$20 Cover | All Ages


88 Fingers Louie / Break Anchor / Rebel Spies

88 Fingers Louie | Break Anchor | Rebel Spies

$12 Advance / $14 Day of | All Ages


Christopher Paul Stelling plus Great Peacock

Christopher Paul Stelling is not alone in taking the stage with just an old guitar and the stomp of his foot. What sets him apart is an imagination that is completely his own, yielding stories that feel like parables that you slowly realize have never before been told.

You can call Great Peacock a folk band... but don’t expect them to make music for  campfires or square dances. Raised in the Deep South and headquartered in Nashville,  they’re a group of red-blooded country boys who aren’t afraid of the big city. Case in  point: Making Ghosts—the duo’s harmony-heavy, guitar-driven debut album—whose  11 songs find the middle ground between rootsy, down-home Americana and supersized arena pop/rock.

$8 Advance / $10 Day of | All Ages


The Maggie Cocco Band / Shotgun Soul / The Social Bandits / Michael Turner

Maggie Cocco is an American Singer-Songwriter whose original music fuses elements of rock, blues, soul and pop. Alluring melodies, stirring lyrics, and catchy riffs are the hallmarks of a Maggie Cocco original. Maggie’s influences include the Eagles, Billy Joel, Elton John, the Beatles, Metallica, Aerosmith, Eric Clapton, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Santana, ELO, Heart, and Fleetwood Mac.
WSG: Shotgun Soul | The Social Bandits | Michael Turner

$7 Cover | All Ages


Black Iris Blackout BBQ featuring Legendary Shack Shakers / Koffin Kats / Gallows Bound / Barnyard Stompers / & More!

Full Line Up:
Legendary Shack Shakers
/ Koffin Kats
Gallows Bound
Barnyard Stompers
Cadaver Dogs
Malo Konjche
St. Thomas Boys Academy 15th Anniversary
Multi Grain Reunion 1st show in 14 yrs.
Devious Ones
The Devil's Cut

Some of our friends will be hanging out with us for this one Suck It Suicide will be on hand as well as PRTY Crew Collective very excited to have these guys hanging out all night! Also the lovely ladies of Hip In Detroit will be on hand too!!

$15 Advance / $20 Day of | All Ages


Blackout BBQ Hangover featuring Bad Cop - Bad Cop / Pretty Ghouls / Bastardous

Bad Cop / Bad Cop | Pretty Ghouls | Bastardous
$5 / Free with Blackout BBQ Tix Stub | All Ages


Vic Mensa

Born in 93, Vic Mensa is an independent recording artist from Chicago, Illinois who released his mixtape INNANETAPE online last year to critical acclaim. Vic has toured North America with J Cole and Disclosure and with Danny Brown on his recent European Tour. Vic is also the leader and co-founder of the SAVEMONEY collective.

$20 Advance / $25 Day of | All Ages | 7pm


MOON HONEY / George Morris / Valley Hush

In the case of psychedelic freakrock group Moon Honey, depth is the name of the game. Whether it’s in the heightened lyrics or the restless path of the songs, Moon Honey is utilizing the psychedelic adjective to good purpose, giving us something in the veins of both Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof but with a side of Yes and Joni Mitchell. WSG: George Morris and the Gyspy Chorus | Valley Hush

$8 Cover | All Ages


The Appleseed Collective / The Normandies / Zander Michigan / Evan Haywood

Formed in 2010, The Appleseed Collective has become a force of nature powered by their local community and developed by a strong sense of do-it-yourself drive. In an age of corporations and climate change, the band’s commitment to buying & selling local, eating from gardens, and being their own bosses has led to the kind of success that feels simply organic. The Normandies | Zander Michigan | Evan Haywood

$8 Advance / $10 Day of | All Ages


The Life & Death Tour 2015 featuring Terror / Bane / Turnstile / Backtrack / Forced Order / Heavy Chains

The Life & Death Tour 2015 featuring performances by:
Terror / Bane / Turnstile / Backtrack / Forced Order / Heavy Chains

Tickets: $23 Advance / $25 Day of | All Ages


Downtown Brown CD Release feat: Carmel Liburdi / Suburban Bloodshed / Bride Stripped Bare / The Vulnerable

Exploding from (the suburbs of) Detroit rock city in 2001, and venturing to the absolute bottom of the rabbit hole by 2014, Downtown Brown has carved a unique saga over their 13-year existence. Jamming a mutant style that splices together punk, funk, metal, rock, experimental, and hip-hop, DTB garnered immediate results. People either loved them or hated them for their often politically incorrect, outrageous lyrics coupled with genre-hopping technical skill.

$10 Cover | All Ages


Mac Sabbath / Sros Lords

It was the Year of Our Lord 2013, and I was devouring a cheeseburger in a Chatsworth, California, franchise of a certain multinational fast food conglomerate which shall remain nameless. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a crazed looking clown walking in my direction. Wearing a costume of bright yellow and red, and giant shiny shoes, he seemingly fit into the surroundings, but it didn’t take long to see that something wasn’t quite right. His costume was trailed by long, tattered, hippie fringe that was dirty from scraping the floor (and most likely the alley behind the restaurant), and more alarmingly his face was caked in ghostly make up that looked like it had been smeared on with a putty knife. My first thought was that he looked like Skeletor as a member of Uriah Heap. Taking a seat in my booth, he informed me that his name was Ronald Osborne, and he that he was familiar with my oddity rock band Rosemary’s Billygoat. He was a fan of the band, and said he had a concept I might appreciate, something he termed “drive-thru metal.”
WSG: Sros Lords

$10 Advance / $15 Day of | All Ages


JD McPherson

You could mistake JD McPherson for a revivalist, given how few other contemporary artists are likely to assert, as he boldly does, that “’Keep a Knockin’ by Little Richard is the best record ever made. It’s so insanely visceral, you feel like it’s going to explode your speakers. If I’m listening to that in the car, I find myself having to brake suddenly. I can listen to that and it makes me feel like I’m 20 feet tall. And the feeling of joy I get from that record is always going to be the real push behind trying to make music.”

But in a very real sense, McPherson is much more a pioneer than roots resuscitator. He’s knocking at the door of something that arguably hasn’t yet been accomplished—a spirited, almost spiritual hybrid that brings the forgotten lessons from the earliest days of rock & roll into a future that has room for the modernities of studio technique and 21st century singer/songwriter idiosyncrasies that Richard Penniman would not recognize. Let the Good Times Roll, his second album, is a stranger, and more personal affair than its Fats Domino-redolent title might at first suggest, but the name isn’t exactly ironic, either. If you, too, brake for pleasure, you’ll screech to a halt at the enrapturing sound of these Good Times.

$18 Advance / $20 Day of | All Ages



Agnostic Front / Freedom

Agnostic Front: These rarely confronted and always respected leaders of hardcore were established as one of the meanest-sounding bands in the emerging punk genre, helping to initiate the term "hardcore," and placing an entire uproar on the New York map by association. WSG: Freedom

$13 Advance / $15 Day of | All Ages


Jessica Lea Mayfield

Released April 15, 2014 on ATO Records, Jessica Lea Mayfield’s new album was co-produced by Mayfield and her collaborator, bassist and husband Jesse Newport and was recorded at Nashville’s Club Roar studio. Of the new music Mayfield comments, “The whole record is just me and Jesse and my drummer Matt Martin. I think a lot of my favorite bands are guitar, bass and drums. I wanted to simplify things. Bands are so big these days, I wanted to get in the studio and make a rock record and hear real guitar tones and something heavy.” Make My Head Sing… follows Mayfield’s 2011 release, Tell Me, which was produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and was described by Rolling Stone, which named her an Artist to Watch, as “a disarming collision of stark country balladry, dynamic alternative rock and arty electronic pop.”

$12 Advance / $14 Day of | All Ages


of Montreal / Surface To Air Missive

“A golden despondency” is how Kevin Barnes translates the meaning behind Aureate Gloom, the title he gave of Montreal’s thirteenth full-length album.

The oxymoron is one Barnes says best describes the overall state of his life and mental outlook while working on the record: first on a writing retreat in New York City, then while demoing tracks in Athens, before finally recording at Sonic Ranch, just across the border from Juarez, Mexico in the Texan desert.  If you’re wondering what exactly would lead Barnes to use this epithet to describe his reality at the time, look no further than the songs themselves.  WSG: Surface To Air Missive


$15 Advance / $18 Day of | All Ages