Joe Marshall and the Tanline Press crew have moved their business to the City of South Tucson. You know you're on the south side when you can see a giant Food City sign from your doorstep. The new location accommodates their printing production needs, and makes for a good space for live music.
Phoenix folk-punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad will be performing at Tanline's new location on Saturday, April 5. The opening acts include Golden Boots, Treasure MammaL and Hermanitos. The facebook event pages says there will be food and drinks. All the proceeds will benefit the Tucson Community Print Shop.
Open house starts at 5 p.m. Music begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are only $7.
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