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Built to Spill, Slam Dunk, the Apostrophes

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8 pm., Sunday December 29 | $22 advance, $25 day of show. Built to Spill also plays Mission Theater on Monday-Tuesday, Dec. 30-31.
Mission Theater and Pub
1624 NW Glisan St.
 
[INDIE FOREFATHERS] Indie royalty Built to Spill affords one the opportunity to party like it’s 1999. The inland Northwest outfit is entering its third decade of existence, with standout albums like Keep it Like a Secret and Perfect From Now On already under its belt. With trademark guitar hooks and gently buzzing experimentalism, there may not be a more qualified group to represent an entire era in this region. And while newest LP There Is No Enemy shows Doug Martsch and company riffing as good as ever, the guy next to you is still going to be requesting “Big Dipper” all night. 

Where: Mission Theater and Pub
Phone: 223-4527
Address: 1624 NW Glisan St.
Website: www.mcmenamins.com

 
 
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