From Squeak's Myspace today:
*NOTE THAT THIS SHOW WAS MOVED MANY MONTHS AGO AND IS NOT AT FAT CITY ANYMORE!!! SOME OF THE BANDS HAVE NOT HAD TIME TO UPDATE THEIR PROFILES BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN ON TOUR FOR TWO MONTHS*
Just a reminder that PAGANFEST USA is TONIGHT, Friday,
May 9th!!! Will be crazy fun to have all 5 European Viking/Folk bands
for their first gig in the Bay Area.
WOOT! I mean, when do you think
you'll ever see Ensiferum, Turisas, Tyr, Eluveitie, and
Suidakra all in one venue over here again? =) By the way, we
have had a VERY good amount of pre-sales already, so I would suggest to
try to get a ticket ahead of time if possible. BTW, I have been at the shows since Monday (Seattle, Orangevale, Hollywood) and fucking HELL, I have never witnessed such an awesome gigs like that! WOW.
Here is some info about the club that you will need to know:
777 Lawrence Expressway
Santa Clara, CA
This show is ALL AGES.
Tickets are $18 in advance, $22 at the
door. You can buy tickets on www. brownpapertickets. com or you can
physically go to the venue and buy them.
Doors are at 7pm and show
starts at 730pm PROMPTLY.
The club has no ins and outs and you cannot
wear open-toe shoes or any wristbands/jackets/hats/etc with spikes on
them (safety for the younger crowd, and sometimes the older too, LOL).
They do have a smoking section that you can go to on the side of the
This club is reallllllllly nice and gorgeous and holds
about 950 people.
It has an extremely cool concert sound system and
lights, plus they have a kitchen you can eat very good food in and a
HUGE bar for those over 21.
It also has a bunch of FREE parking and is
not hard to get to on public transportation.
For those of you who don't
know where Santa Clara is, it's about 40 minutes south of San
Francisco, very close to San Jose.
On that note, if any of you could PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me spread
the word and repost this for me , I'd be very grateful!!! If you have
ANY questions, I will try and answer them - just let me know.
to help promote my show!
Jaco died for our sins so that modern bass players could be free to play more and be heard.