TED LEO & THE PHARMACISTS - Night 2: Songs from 20 Years of TL/Rx
8:00 pmRickshaw Stop
Tickets at the Door
This event is all ages
To celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the release of the critically acclaimed album, Hearts of Oak, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are embarking on a limited run of shows, performing two nights in each town. On the first night, we'll warm up with some recent songs, then perform the Hearts of Oak album in its entirety. On the second night, we'll perform a set-list that spans the almost twenty year history of releases; from 1999's self-titled LP to 2017's The Hanged Man.
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