Doomtree post details for Blowout 9
Photo By Erik Hess
The Doomtree Blowout is one of the annual musical highlights of the cold winter months here in Minnesota. The energetic local rap collective have just announced the dates of their 9th annual Blowout, with the crew set to take over First Avenue on three nights in December. And this year, the hardworking Doomtree folks are offering up a three-day pass for the first time.
Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, November 1, at noon at First Avenue and its ticket outlets. But those of you who have signed up to the Doomtree newsletter should check your email for presale information.
The Blowout on Friday, December 13, is a 21-and-up night, with Saturday and Sunday's shows both 18+. But for those Doomtree fans under 18, the crew is in the process of getting something sorted out for you, so be patient -- they are working on it.
And if you're under 18, #DontFret! Your show is gonna be junior spesh.
-- DOOMTREE (@DOOMTREE) October 29, 2013
On Sunday, November 3, from 2 to 4 p.m., the majority of the Doomtree collective will be hanging out at the Depot, selling tickets to the Blowout personally to their fans. So, if you want to drop by and say some words of appreciation to Doomtree while securing your tickets to the Blowout, this Sunday you've got your chance.
It's been a big year for all of the individual members of Doomtree, as they have taken their distinctive sounds and style to clubs and stages all over the world, and Blowout IX no doubt promises to be one of the best yet.
Here's the full show information on this year's Doomtree Blowout IX:
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