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Capital Cities, Gold Fields

BRIAN PALMER
8 pm., Wednesday May 29 | $13 advance, $15 day of show.
Hawthorne Theatre
1507 SE 39th Ave.
 
[INDIE-ROCK DANCE POP] The tagline from The Wedding Singer could apply to this concert: “They’re gonna party like it’s 1985.” Mixing and mashing everything from dance rock to electro-pop, this indie duo exemplifies the ’80s zeitgeist while remaining firmly planted in the 21st century. In addition to the energetic tunes, singer Ryan Merchant’s vocals induce an upbeat mood, while the music sounds like a kissing cousin of Two Door Cinema Club. The band isn’t saving the world with track titles like “I Sold My Bed, But Not My Stereo,” but it’s definitely making it a more fun place to live.



Where: Hawthorne Theatre
Phone: 233-7100
Address: 1507 SE 39th Ave.
Website: www.hawthornetheater.com

 
 

Hawthorne Theatre

1507 SE 39th Ave.
Portland, OR
97214
 
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