Thu Dec 16 2021

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

WOW Hall

291 W. 8th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401

$15.00

All Ages

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The W.O.W. Hall is working hard to provide the kind of community events that keep us connected and keep our community thriving.

Our Covid-19 Policy as of September, 2021:

Proof of COVID-19 Status:

Until further notice, in the interest of community safety, the W.O.W. Hall will be requiring all patrons of all ages to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of any event. Home tests are not accepted. The standards for providing proof are listed below.

Masks:

For the foreseeable future, masks will be required everywhere within the facility and any hosted outside space where social distancing is not possible for all individuals at all times except where specifically posted mask restrictions are relaxed for activities such as concessions.

Anyone visiting the W.O.W. Hall voluntarily assumes all risk associated with exposure to COVID-19, and agrees to abide by all policies as well as posted and/or verbal direction by W.O.W. Hall staff. Thank you for supporting the W.O.W. Hall and for helping to keep each other healthy and safe. These policies are subject to change at any time in order to keep our community safe, so please check often.

For more information and a FAQ about the Wow Hall Covid-19 policy visit: 
https://wowhall.org/COVID-19

Ticketweb refund link:
https://info.ticketweb.com/refund-request/

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    Wand

    Music

    Plum is Wand’s fourth LP since the band formed in late 2013 but their first new album in two years.
    After a whirlwind initial phase of writing, recording, and touring at a frenetic clip, their newest document marks a period of rela- tive patience; a refocus- ing and a push toward a new democratization of both process and musi- cal surface.

    In late winter of 2016, the band expand- ed their core member- ship of Evan Burrows, Cory Hanson, and Lee Landey to include two new members—Robbie Cody on guitar and Sofia Arreguin on keys and vocals.

    From the out- set, the new ensemble moved naturally toward a changed working method, as they learned how to listen to each other and trust in this new format. The songwrit- ing process was consciously relocated to the practice space, where for several months, the band spent hours a day freely improvising, while recording as much of the activity as they could manage. Previously, Wand songs had generally been brought to the group setting substan- tially formed by singer and guitarist Cory Hanson; now seedling songs were harvested from a growing cloudbank of archived material, then fleshed out and negotiated collectively as the band shifted rhythmically between the permissive space of jamming and the obsessive space of critique.

    This new process demanded more honest communi- cation, more vulnerability, better boundaries, more mercy and persistence during a year that meanwhile delivered a heaping serving of romantic, familial and political heart- break for everyone involved. They learned more about their instruments and their perceived limitations. Much else fell apart in their personal lives, in their bodies,
    and the bodies of those near to them. In this way, Plum lengthened like a shadow underneath a dusking Orange; or rather “Weird Orange,” an affectionate name given to the color of a roulette-chosen, tour-rushed batch of Golem vinyl...an idiom, an inside joke, a talisman, a bookmark, a mood ring. And meanwhile all the shifting weather, the wireless signals, the helicopters overhead.
    Weird orange softened, darkened delicately, and rouged itself to a Plum.

    The music of Plum focuses teeming, dense, at times wildly multi- chromatic sounds into Wand’s most deliberate statement to date, with a long evening’s shadow of loss and longing hov- ering above the proceed- ings. Plum delicately locates the band’s tan- gent of escape from the warm and comfortable shallows of genre anach- ronism, an eyes-closed, mouth-open leap toward a more free-associative and contemporary logic of pastiche that more honestly reflects the ravenous musical om- nivorousness of the five people who wrote and played it.

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Thu Dec 16 2021 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

WOW Hall Eugene OR
Wand

$15.00 All Ages

The W.O.W. Hall is working hard to provide the kind of community events that keep us connected and keep our community thriving.

Our Covid-19 Policy as of September, 2021:

Proof of COVID-19 Status:

Until further notice, in the interest of community safety, the W.O.W. Hall will be requiring all patrons of all ages to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of any event. Home tests are not accepted. The standards for providing proof are listed below.

Masks:

For the foreseeable future, masks will be required everywhere within the facility and any hosted outside space where social distancing is not possible for all individuals at all times except where specifically posted mask restrictions are relaxed for activities such as concessions.

Anyone visiting the W.O.W. Hall voluntarily assumes all risk associated with exposure to COVID-19, and agrees to abide by all policies as well as posted and/or verbal direction by W.O.W. Hall staff. Thank you for supporting the W.O.W. Hall and for helping to keep each other healthy and safe. These policies are subject to change at any time in order to keep our community safe, so please check often.

For more information and a FAQ about the Wow Hall Covid-19 policy visit: 
https://wowhall.org/COVID-19

Ticketweb refund link:
https://info.ticketweb.com/refund-request/

Wand

Wand

Music

Plum is Wand’s fourth LP since the band formed in late 2013 but their first new album in two years.
After a whirlwind initial phase of writing, recording, and touring at a frenetic clip, their newest document marks a period of rela- tive patience; a refocus- ing and a push toward a new democratization of both process and musi- cal surface.

In late winter of 2016, the band expand- ed their core member- ship of Evan Burrows, Cory Hanson, and Lee Landey to include two new members—Robbie Cody on guitar and Sofia Arreguin on keys and vocals.

From the out- set, the new ensemble moved naturally toward a changed working method, as they learned how to listen to each other and trust in this new format. The songwrit- ing process was consciously relocated to the practice space, where for several months, the band spent hours a day freely improvising, while recording as much of the activity as they could manage. Previously, Wand songs had generally been brought to the group setting substan- tially formed by singer and guitarist Cory Hanson; now seedling songs were harvested from a growing cloudbank of archived material, then fleshed out and negotiated collectively as the band shifted rhythmically between the permissive space of jamming and the obsessive space of critique.

This new process demanded more honest communi- cation, more vulnerability, better boundaries, more mercy and persistence during a year that meanwhile delivered a heaping serving of romantic, familial and political heart- break for everyone involved. They learned more about their instruments and their perceived limitations. Much else fell apart in their personal lives, in their bodies,
and the bodies of those near to them. In this way, Plum lengthened like a shadow underneath a dusking Orange; or rather “Weird Orange,” an affectionate name given to the color of a roulette-chosen, tour-rushed batch of Golem vinyl...an idiom, an inside joke, a talisman, a bookmark, a mood ring. And meanwhile all the shifting weather, the wireless signals, the helicopters overhead.
Weird orange softened, darkened delicately, and rouged itself to a Plum.

The music of Plum focuses teeming, dense, at times wildly multi- chromatic sounds into Wand’s most deliberate statement to date, with a long evening’s shadow of loss and longing hov- ering above the proceed- ings. Plum delicately locates the band’s tan- gent of escape from the warm and comfortable shallows of genre anach- ronism, an eyes-closed, mouth-open leap toward a more free-associative and contemporary logic of pastiche that more honestly reflects the ravenous musical om- nivorousness of the five people who wrote and played it.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 10 per person
GA
$15.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call