The Trolls, Problem People, Romancoke

Thu Jul 26 2018

8:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

1st Ward (at Chop Shop)

2033 W. North Ave. Chicago, IL 60647

Ages 18+

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THE TROLLS

Crafted with the elegance and grace of Guy Fieri writing a futuristic robot sequel to "Les Miserables," The Trolls have arrived. Ham-fisted Chicago garage rock born out of boredom, blood and basements. 

PROBLEM PEOPLE

Don't listen unless you actually have problems.

ROMANCOKE 

Romancoke is a Pilsen-based band started by songwriters MildManneredMan and Pawky Maven. Its members include Joe Bilckenov (drums), Josh Cohen (vocals/keyboard), Chip Douglas III (vocals/guitar), and Andrew McCusker (vocals/guitar). Its sound is a blend of singer-songwriter and high fashion rock & roll that draws from a variety of influences, from the Beatles, to Prince, to Elliot Smith.

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The Trolls / Problem People / Romancoke

Thu Jul 26 2018 8:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

1st Ward (at Chop Shop) Chicago IL
The Trolls, Problem People, Romancoke
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Ages 18+

18+ SHOW!

THE TROLLS

Crafted with the elegance and grace of Guy Fieri writing a futuristic robot sequel to "Les Miserables," The Trolls have arrived. Ham-fisted Chicago garage rock born out of boredom, blood and basements. 

PROBLEM PEOPLE

Don't listen unless you actually have problems.

ROMANCOKE 

Romancoke is a Pilsen-based band started by songwriters MildManneredMan and Pawky Maven. Its members include Joe Bilckenov (drums), Josh Cohen (vocals/keyboard), Chip Douglas III (vocals/guitar), and Andrew McCusker (vocals/guitar). Its sound is a blend of singer-songwriter and high fashion rock & roll that draws from a variety of influences, from the Beatles, to Prince, to Elliot Smith.