Perhaps you've seen the above ad in the past couple issues of our dead tree publication about a new monthly happening down in Deep Ellum, brought to you by seven of the neighborhood's venue's, one of its art galleries and us here at DC9? Yeah?
Well, as the above image implies, the deal's called Deep Cover, and the idea's pretty simple: On the
seventh second Saturday of every month, you can purchase a $10 wristband at any of the participating establishments and gain access to all of them.
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I know! Pretty cool, right? Anyway, tomorrow marks the beginning of Deep Cover, and, for $10, here are the shows you'll get access to...
The Prophet Bar: Kansas City Faggots, The Dangits, The Lash Outs and Black Bone Child.
Curtain Club & Liquid Lounge: Paco Estrada & One Love, Darcy, Haight Ashbury and Cabrio.
The Door: American Mantra, Ted Barry (of The Redout), Jenn Peterson, Undecided, Royal Decree, The Vatican Press, Mark Devin and Rambo's Friends.
Reno's Chop Shop: Southern Backtones and The Felons.
The Lounge on Elm Street: Le Cure, Thin White Dukes and DJ El Macho.
...and, also this week, our participating art gallery, Kettle Art, will be hosting a closing party for the unveiling of the Good Latimer Corridor Mural Project. Oh, and starting in September, we'll be welcoming Trees into the fold.
See you out there.
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