Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The Burgerama Caravan Of Stars 2013 Tour Hits Tucson Tonight

Posted By on Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 10:00 AM

The second show in Club Congress' ongoing Free Concert Marathon, begins tonight at 7pm. The performers - Gap Dream, Cosmonauts, Together Pangea, The Resonars, Curtis Harding - are all fantastic, and you have no excuse to stay home unless you're under 21, sans fake ID.



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Obviously, the event is absolutely free, and co-presenters Jalph.net are offering an additional incentive to attend by holding a contest to win full-length albums by each of the acts playing. See Jalph.net for contest rules, and have a great time. I know I will.


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