Pop-punk Babes Broadside Touching Down at Alamo City Music Hall

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Returning to San Antonio for the first time since their February tour with Silverstein, the shimmery, pop-punk heartthrobs that make up Broadside touch down for a show at Alamo City Music Hall this Friday.

The band’s sugar-sweet pop vibes are downright infectious, even for folks who don’t necessarily get down with bubbly melodies and feel-good jams. I hate most of the music in this genre, but my mood elevated just a pinch after throwing on “Paradise” while writing this. This will be the last tour before they return to the studio for a new album next year.



For a genre that can be downright annoying, these dudes know how to put together well-written music that’s danceable and full of interesting dynamics to draw listeners deeper than the pop melodies. Catch the boys with With Confidence, Sleep On It and Small Talks.

$15, Fri Nov. 23, 6pm, Alamo City Music Hall, 1305 E. Houston St., alamocitymusichall.com.

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