People keep asking me what upcoming show I'm most looking forward to, and I probably sound like a broken record by now, but it's definitely, definitely Sun Araw's two-night drop-in on April 4 (full band set at Will's Pub) and April 6 (free solo show at Timucua White House).
Compounding my excitement are two recent updates: that local band Moon Jelly will be playing a return show after months and months of silence on the Sun Araw bill, and, just unveiled yesterday, the physical tickets (designed by Jim Ivy) to that Will's Pub show can be folded to form a pyramid (the second collectible ticket concept I've been privy to in this town). Check out the design below and then head to Park Ave CDs to get yours for $8 before the price goes up on day of show and you don't even get a souvenir ticket to show for your investment.
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