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Sat 24 Feb

Arizona Highways Music Hall Revival

w/ The Senators and Steff & the Articles (Doors at 7pm, free, 21+)

Join Arizona Highways, The Senators and Steff and The Articles for the Arizona Highways Music Hall Revival live at Club Congress. The Senators (Phoenix) draw folk rockers and indie hipsters alike, blending sophisticated songcraft with humble pastoral sympathies, featuring poetic lyrics, uplifting harmonies, and complex instrumental layers, lending to a more melodic branch of indie rock. Steff & the Articles (Tucson) produces music that touches on jazz, classical, and folk styles while maintaining an accessible, pop-oriented sound.


Sat 24 Feb


w/ DJ Bob Really & Sid the Kid, ($3, 10pm, 21+)

Join our resident DJs Bob Really and Sid the Kid for what has become one of Tucson’s funnest Saturday nights. $4 Stoli flavors & Maker’s Mark, & all your favorite hits from yesterday and today on two stages. Bring your dancing shoes.

Sun 25 Feb

An Evening with David Wilcox *AT 191 TOOLE*

(6PM, $17-$22, 21+)

Often compared to James Taylor, folk singer/songwriter David Wilcox’s lyrical insight is matched by a smooth baritone voice, virtuosic guitar chops, and creative open tunings, giving him a range and tenderness rare in folk music. Join us at 191 Toole as Club Congress and Rhythm & Roots co-host this Cleveland-born singer-songwriter! Tickets available online or at Rialto Theatre Box Office!

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Sun 25 Feb

Pat Keen

w/ Whispering Wires and Sunset Strangers (Doors at 8pm, free, 21+)

Currently a member of Chicago-based, avant-rock outfit Wei Zhongle and formerly a touring member of Ryan Power’s band and Guerilla Toss, Pat Keen has spent the past few years touring the country and honing his craft while contributing to a thriving, nationwide experimental-rock scene. Catch him at Club Congress with local support from Whispering Wires and Sunset Strangers (ft members of Dirt Friends).


Sun 25 Feb

Ynot Late Night Karaoke

(10pm, FREE, 21+)

Ynot Karaoke is hands down Tucson’s largest karaoke company providing the largest song selection and best quality karaoke equipment. You can join them here at the Hotel Congress every Sunday from 10pm-2am for FREE. Cap off your weekend the right way, singing with your friends!


Mon 26 Feb


w/ Sex Prisoner, Woundvac and Languish (7pm, $15 - $18 , 16+)

New Orleans sludge gods return to Tucson with support from our local hardcore pride and joy, Sex Prisoner. This’ll be a heavy one…

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Mon 26 Feb

Monday House Party

w/ DJ Sid the Kid (10pm-2am, FREE, 21+)

Retrolution, the longest running dance night in the history of Tucson featuring all your favorite hits of the 80’s, is finally being dragged, kicking in screaming, into the 90’s. We hope to ease the way with $0.80 wells – 9pm-10pm, $0.90 wells – 10pm-11pm, $2 wells (until 1am), $3 Beer and a Shot “Special” (PBR can/well shot), and a little Jazzy Jeff & Nirvana. Don’t Worry, DJ Sid the Kid will throw in the occasional New Order or Prince hit to help smooth the transition. LET’S PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999.


Tue 27 Feb


w/ The Brevet (Doors at 7:30pm, $10-$12, All Ages)

Named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 “Artists You Need to Know,” Los Angeles-based MAGIC GIANT is igniting packed crowds at every stop of its nationwide tour. The trio creates infection music, threading together a musical cartography of alternative, pop, and folk, including orchestral drums, banjo, harmonica, synths, strings, and horns. Catch them at Club Congress with support from The Brevet.

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Tue 27 Feb

Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz

(8pm, FREE on the Plaza, 21+)

Geeks Who Drink is a Denver-based company that hosts Bar Trivia at over 300 pubs and restaurants in 25 states. Our quiz is a collective effort of dozens of quizmasters, writers, fact-checkers, graphic designers and artists. Join us every Tuesday at Hotel Congress for 8 rounds of madness and flaunt your pop-culture knowledge for a chance at tons of great prizes!


Wed 28 Feb

Infinite Souls

w/ Andrew Goldring and Till Sunrise (Doors at 8pm, free, 21+)

Local up-and-comers Infinite Souls are happy to host musician pal Andrew Goldring (SLC, Utah) touring fresh off of his new Single “Lost in the Motion”. Joining them for a wonderful night of live music is local songwriter Till Sunrise (Gian Vasquez).


Thu 1 Mar

Optimist Club

(10pm, FREE, 21+)

Optimist Club is Tucson’s longest running alternative club night! DJs BOB REALLY & Sid the Kid deliver the heavy hitters and house party favorites in the club, while a rotating cast of selectors from the Bank Notes crew soundtrack your smoke break w/ the leftfield, vintage, & cutting edge out on the patio. AND OF COURSE, THE DRINK SPECIALS CANNOT BE BEAT: $2 WELLS ALL NIGHT!


Fri 2 Mar

UNIIQU3 & Dai Burger: Nailz n Ponytailz Tour

w/ Mother Tierra and Street Blues Family (Doors at 8pm, $10, 21+)

The Jersey Club movement is being hailed by music authorities such as FADER and VICE, being the next big wave in dance music. Thankfully, this movement has found it’s first lady to pave the way it into the future. UNIIQU3, born Cherise Gary began her music career as a sought-after vocalist in the club scene, and has recently solidified herself as one of the most electrifying producers in the game. Catch her at Club Congress with Dai Burger, sharing their Nailz n Ponytailz Tour.

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Sat 3 Mar

Soft Kill

w/ Choir Boy and The Shift (Doors at 7pm, $10/$12, 16+)

Soft Kill, based out of Portland, are currently one of the best post-punk bands around. Their sound is warm, confident with lush guitars, and surging with an urgency and vitality that is incredibly potent with post-punk. Catch them at Club Congress with support from Choir Boy.

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Sun 4 Mar


w/ The Desert Beats and The Rifle (Doors at 7pm, Free, 21+)

Trunkweed, a bedroom pop outfit from Baltimore, are bringing their self-described post-surf bedroom-punk louzy-pop sound to Club Congress! Joining them are favorites The Desert Beats (PHX) and The Rifle (TUC). What a better way to spend a Sunday than with wonderful free indie tunes!


Mon 5 Mar

Ian Moore

w/ Whitney Rose (7pm, $8 - $10, 21+)

The club is thrilled to welcome back two Texas-based favorites: Blues-rock mainstay Ian Moore and the boot-stomping rhythms of country revivalist Whitney Rose!

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Tue 6 Mar


w/ Shame (Doors at 8pm, $10, 16+)

Protomartyr are bringing their dystopian blend of post-punk back to the Club Congress stage to pull you into the depths of their existential crisis one jarring riff at a time. Supporting them are Shame of South London.

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Wed 7 Mar


w/ Mute Swan, Cool Funeral and TWGS (8pm, free, 21+)

Candace are returning to Club Congress with their signature brand of shoegaze, featuring glistening guitars and hypnotic vocals. Joining them are local shoegaze mainstays, Mute Swan, as well as Cool Funeral and TWGS.


Thu 8 Mar

Sweet Ghosts and Amor Deluxe

(Doors at 7pm, $10, 21+)

If this isn’t a local supershow, we don’t know what is. Sweet Ghosts (the duo of Katherine Byrnes and Ryan Alfred) is playing their first full band show in two years with brand new music off of their upcoming record “An Endless Blue”. The full band lineup features Ben Nisbet (Katie Haverly & the Aviary) and Gabriel Sullivan (XIXA, Giant Sand), and Winston Watson (Giant Sand, XIXA). On top of that, Amor Deluxe, Tucson’s favorite Parisian, Gabriel Naim Amor’s new band, will be playing material from his upcoming all original instrumental album “Moments Before”. The band features Thøger Lund (Giant Sand), Ben Degain and Ben Nisbet. Catch both of these Tucson institutions performing their new material live at Club Congress on March 8th!

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Sat 10 Mar

Blank Range

w/ The Donkey Tonk Band and Lana Rebel Band (Doors at 7pm, free, 21+)

Blank Range are a contemporary rock n roll band based out of Nashville, TN. They have shared the stage with the likes of The Mountain Goats, Spoon, Drive-By Truckers, Houndmouth, Wild Reeds and so many more, giving them a polished live presence that truly evokes the emotion in their songs. Catch them at Club Congress performing their debut album, Marooned with the Treasure.


Sun 11 Mar


w/ Spirit of The Beehive, Darto, & Hikkikomori (7pm Doors, $5, All Ages)

With touches of Sufijan Stevens, Dirty Projectors, Women, Deerhoof, and other angular indie rock progenitors, Phili-based Palm prove there is still some experimentation left in the electric guitar. Self-proclaimed DJ Rashad fans unencumbered by the nostalgia that pervades many of their contemporaries, Palm is making genuinely new guitar music: something easier said than done in the year 2017.

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Pat Keen (8pm)

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