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Two Piece Fest at Girard Hall Feb. 14

Two Piece Fest at Girard Hall Feb. 14

Valentine's Day is the perfect time for good things to come in twos. And that's why the return of Two Piece Fest in its 8th year with a cast of 19 dynamic duos is so apt. Unfortunately, Pilam had to drop out from hosting last minute so it will be held at Girard Hall. The show may be starting early at 2pm, but arriving with a friend, significant other, or frienemy before Winnebago kicks off the festivities at 3:30pm means that both of you get in for the Duo Doorbuster Deal of $10.

After almost three years of silence, keytar-led robot rock outfit Mose Giganticus will be making a triumphant return. And for frontman Matt Garfield, it will be a reunion with his longtime Hulk Smash cohort and Red Planet Recording founder Joe Smiley. The riot grrrls of Trophy Wife should continue to preview some of the newer tracks that they've been recording while still whipping out tunes from their latest release All the Sides. Heavy Medical will explode your eardrums with their twisted noise-metal, the fuzzed-out experimental tribal trance of I IM EYE MY will surely mesmerize, and +HIRS+ will destroy all with their thrash ‘n’ grind. The lineup will also feature Lagomasino/Fishkin, This Temper, The Lopez, Slingshot Dakota, and plenty more. Girard Hall, (Please go HERE for more info.), 2pm, $10 ($10 for 2 before 3:30pm), All Ages - Bill McThrill

Published: February 14, 2015 |

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