Leland Blue, OSTON, Saint Nomad, EyeCandy

Sat Aug 29 2020

8:00 PM - 11:55 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The Pyramid Scheme

68 Commerce Grand Rapids, MI 49503

$12.00

All Ages

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DOORS 7:00PM | ALL AGES | $12 ADVANCE, $14 DAY OF SHOW

Leland Blue is a budding Alternative Rock group from Grand Rapids, Mi that blossoms with potential in their genuine sound and relentless drive. Sculpted around two brothers Ben and Connor Robertson, with the help of their cousin Satchel Robertson.

OSTON's first project is called “Sitting at the Kids Table.” It’s a group of songs about love, insecurities, and coming into your own.

Saint Nomad - "We were three foreign kids when our parents brought us to America. One day we found ourselves watching a VHS tape of Radiohead and everything changed. We started experimenting with sounds, recording songs and traveling to play them."
 

AUDIOTREE PRESENTS:
Leland Blue w/ OSTON + Saint Nomad + EyeCandy

  • Tickets are available at the door!
  • Leland Blue

    Leland Blue

    Alternative

  • OSTON

    OSTON

    Pop Vocal

  • Saint Nomad

    Saint Nomad

    Alternative Rock

  • EyeCandy

    EyeCandy

    Alternative

AUDIOTREE PRESENTS:

Leland Blue w/ OSTON + Saint Nomad + EyeCandy

Sat Aug 29 2020 8:00 PM - 11:55 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

The Pyramid Scheme Grand Rapids MI
Leland Blue, OSTON, Saint Nomad, EyeCandy
  • Tickets are available at the door!

$12.00 All Ages

DOORS 7:00PM | ALL AGES | $12 ADVANCE, $14 DAY OF SHOW

Leland Blue is a budding Alternative Rock group from Grand Rapids, Mi that blossoms with potential in their genuine sound and relentless drive. Sculpted around two brothers Ben and Connor Robertson, with the help of their cousin Satchel Robertson.

OSTON's first project is called “Sitting at the Kids Table.” It’s a group of songs about love, insecurities, and coming into your own.

Saint Nomad - "We were three foreign kids when our parents brought us to America. One day we found ourselves watching a VHS tape of Radiohead and everything changed. We started experimenting with sounds, recording songs and traveling to play them."