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Sun 3/19
Burger Records Hangover Fest

  • Courtesy of Temples

Five years in the making, Burger Records Hangover Fest has and will continue to be a greasy good time for those in search of the best punk and garage bands bursting onto the scene. Set to headline this year’s fest is none other than the former CBGB’s staple Television, a ’70s-era rock band whose music would inspire and shape the landscape of punk rock. Also on the bill: Temples (pictured), Deap Valley, Night Beats, Jjuujjuu, Protex, Thee MVPs, The Paperhead, The Molochs, Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs, Sarah Bethe Nelson, The Memories, Cheetah Chrome of Dead Boys, The Relationship feat. Brian Bell From Weezer, Har Mar Superstar, Cherry Glazerr, Guantanamo Baywatch, Lochness Mobsters, Hundred Visions, Platinum Boys, Sunjammer, The Rich Hands, The Bolos, Las Rosas, Trementina, Roya, White Mystery, Omni, Warbly Jets, Emotional, Tomorrows Tulips, The Sloths, No Joy, Cosmonauts, Fatal Jamz, We Leave at Midnight, Slow Hollows, Surf Curse, Boyo, Whatever?, Babewatch, Plastic Pinks, Post Animal, The Whiffs and Pizza Time. $40-$69, noon-midnight Sun, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary’s St.,
— Chris Conde

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