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Event Archive - The Return of: D.O.A., The McGillicuddys, The Keg Killers

Fri. January 26th 2018 - Fri. January 26th 2018 Logan's Pub (No Minors)
10 doors at 9
Presented by: 737 Productions
Punk rock legends D.O.A. from Vancouver return to Victoria for the first time in a couple years. Since their inception in 1978, this band has paved the way for a lot of the punk rock bands you see today. From the first album, Something Better Change, to the stellar, Northern Avenger, in 2008 and the newest record, Hard Rain, in 2015 D.O.A. have had something to say. They have always gone against the status quo and pushed the envelope. Several times now band leader Joe Keithley has gotten into politics, being involved with the Green Party to try and make real change in the world. Talk Minus Action Equals Zero.

Victoria's favourite long running celtic punks The McGillicuddys will be warming up the stage for D.O.A. Who doesn't love songs about Irish whiskey done with electric guitar and mandolin?

Starting off the evening will be yet another band of local legends! Yes, that's right KEG Killers will be blasting through tunes about Oak Bay, David Lynch movies and women from outer space.

This will be a sellout for sure, so when tickets go on sale, do not hesitate to purchase them!

Tickets will be available this Saturday December 16th at noon at CAVITY Curiosity Shop and online at $16 advance.

-737 Productions


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