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Thalia Hall

WXRT welcomes San Fermin and Low Roar

Wednesday, Apr 12, 2017 8:30 PM CDT (7:30 PM Doors)
Thalia Hall, Chicago, IL
17 years and over

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GA Floor

$18.00
Standing room only.

Seated Balcony

$25.00
Seated - General Admission

VIP Package

$68.00
Package details on the right side panel.
Total limit is 6 tickets for all sections combined

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This event is 17 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 17 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Ticket Fee includes 1% City Amusement Tax.

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Additional Information

VIP package includes:

• GA Floor ticket

• VIP Soundcheck Access

• Exclusive Meet & Greet with One of the Members of San Fermin*

• Personal Photo with One of the Members of San Fermin*

• Exclusive Limited Edition Tour Poster - Signed*

• Early Access to Merchandise

• Download of New Album Belong

*At least one band member will be at the Meet and Greet. Each band member will be

rotating, depending on the show.*

San Fermin’s third studio album, Belong, marks a shift in songwriting perspective for bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone. “In the past I’d usually write through characters from books or movies, as a way to try to distance myself from what I was writing about,” says the Brooklyn-based artist. “As I’ve become more confident as a songwriter, I decided that I could drop some of the artifice and write something more direct.” In bringing a more personal slant to his music, Ludwig-Leone found himself confronting such matters as disconnection, displacement, and—perhaps most significantly—everyday anxiety. “Anxiety is something I’ve dealt with since I was a kid, but on this album I talked about it more explicitly than I ever had before,” he points out.

Produced by Ludwig-Leone and brought to life by his fellow performers—lead vocalists Charlene Kaye and Allen Tate, trumpet player John Brandon, saxophonist Stephen Chen, violinist Rebekah Durham, drummer Michael Hanf, and guitarists Tyler McDiarmid and Aki Ishiguro—Belong unfolds in warm, intoxicating textures that both contrast and intensify that sense of unrest. The album’s hypnotic sound is embodied in “No Promises,” a shimmering pop opus about the fear of disappointing those who’ve placed their trust in you. On the quietly frenetic “Bride,” San Fermin conveys a fear of commitment by juxtaposing the idyllic imagery of wedding flowers with a detailed account of suffering a panic attack. And with “Dead” (a song about “not wanting anybody to depend on you,” according to Ludwig-Leone), the band telegraphs defiance in a gorgeously jagged arrangement built on clattering rhythms and Kaye’s penetrating vocal performance.

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