Cause throwing 4th anniversary shows, here's the lineup
Photo by Erik Hess
Over the past few years, Cause Spirits and Soundbar has fit itself seamlessly into the vibrant Twin Cities music scene, providing Uptowners a sorely needed music venue for local and national acts alike. The sound at the club is typically top-notch, and the bills are consistently filled with both veteran and emerging area bands who could easily be playing bigger rooms but prefer the close quarters of Cause.
This upcoming weekend, the folks at Cause are throwing one hell of a celebration for their four-year anniversary, with stellar, affordable shows Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, all packed with rocking local bands who have helped turn Cause into Uptown's best live music venue.
On Friday, July 5, the Goondas will be bringing the raucous hits from their feisty new record, Dog Show, along with sure-to-be frenetic sets from Black Blondie, Hot Ashes, and Kill to Kill. The untamed festivities will be hosted by Noah Paster, with showtime for the 21+ show starting at 9 p.m, and door charge only $6.
Photo By Erik Hess
On Saturday, July 6, the Cause walls will surely be shaking with the raw rock fury of Birthday Suits, Bloodnstuff, Sonic J, and Ex Nuns. The revelry on this night will be presided over by Cyn Collins, with showtime again starting at 9 p.m. for the 21+ show, all for only $7.
To close out Cause's 4th Anniversary celebration on Sunday night, July 6, the 4onthefloor's Gabriel Douglas brings his inventive downtempo side-project Orca Colony to the club, along with the experimental Dream Crusher collective. There are rumors of some special guest(s) showing up throughout the night, which should help end the festive weekend with a bang. There is no cover charge for Sunday's 21+ show, with music again starting at 9 p.m.
For those of you wanting to check out some terrific live music this holiday weekend, you don't need to look any further than Cause, as the club has some of the best local bands on display all weekend long as they celebrate being a vital part of the Twin Cities music scene for four great years now.
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