I just wanted to clarify that the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are NOT coming to town to play a FREE show, so if you saw this poster:
And your eyes went straight to the bottom, and didn't see the text at the very top where it says COVER SET, don't say I didn't try to warn you before you get to Will's Pub on Dec. 16 and have a different "oh" moment than seeing Karen O perform here for the first time in seven years.
In case the thought of a Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover set is enough to entice you out, there are also two other cover sets planned for Weezer and the Strokes in the same place on the same night, meaning you can indulge in a ton of imitation sets at no cost, plus it's low dough Monday, so it's a dollar off your beer. The real Yeah Yeah Yeahs don't come this cheap, plus I'm betting that's also not a real Gucci bag on your shoulder.
Watching the real band perform their own songs is overrated, anyway, right? In case you were wondering, here is a list of a bunch of other artists who aren't playing on Dec. 16 in Orlando:
Bad Hair Day
Nirvana with Paul McCartney
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