Join us for a rockin, leading lady line up featuring groovy rockers, Kiss the Sun, from Phoenix, and locals Miss Olivia & the Interlopers and Black Medicine. You definitely don’t want to miss this free show!
Gldn Artist Group is hosting a hip-hop party featuring Deca, an independent artist from NYC making waves from coast to coast. Joining the party are locals Jae Tilt, REY, Simplistic and $MELLS, with Ripdee, your favorite Friday night DJ, hosting the whole event! Definitely not a show you want to miss!
Seattle’s most devastatingly dark funeral doom band, UN, are tearing apart our stage this June, with some help from Oakland death and sludge outfit, Bädr Vogu, and locals, Brass Tax and the Bloodline Cadence. FREE SHOW!
In case you missed them at last year’s blow out HOCO Fest, La Luz are BACK with their infectious blend of surf and doo-wop! Joining them on tour as new-to-Tucson pop act, Summer Twins.
Local indie pop songwriter, Seanloui, is releasing new music and Wooden Tooth Records have agreed to help us throw a party to celebrate! Catch Seanloui LIVE for the first time in……years?? with support from a new garage band, Taco Sauce, and hip-hop mainstay, Jaca Zulu. See you there!
In the aftermath of a near-fatal car crash, the Fantastic Negrito was born, carrying with him a new outlook on life, one that shed the burdens of musical trends and money-makers and that found strength in his roots – Delta Blues. Fantastic Negrito is bringing his instinctive, energetic, modernized blues to our club stage, come on down!
Vancouver twee-punks, Puzzlehead, are making their way to the Southwest with their fuzzed out, lofi sound. Joining them are locals Her Mana, Dial Up and Cool Funeral.
Itching to get to the beach, but just can’t get away? Well, surf’s up – you’re in luck! We’re bringing the beach to you with THE summer surf party of the season, Surfapalooza, on June 30th! Celebrate surf rock with a Saturday beach party featuring some of Arizona’s best surf bands: Shrimp Chaperone and the Surfbroads! Delicious fish tacos, ice cold beer, twangy surf rock… We may not have an ocean, but we’ll have all the fixings for a truly authentic…
On July 5th, Sustaining Sounds presents a night of ambient and experimental music at Club Congress. Featuring Born2death, Ryan Chavira, Sku:ulf03k, & Zachary Reid.
Phoenix-based synthpop duo return to the Club Congress stage alongside Fringe Class, Sur Block, & Infinite Souls!
Spindrift is a cinematically-driven, psychedelic western rock band based out of Los Angeles, CA, led by singer-songwriter-producer-composer Kirpatrick Thomas. Jesika Von Rabbit, dubbed “California’s ultimate postmodern, intergalactic pop provocateur”, is well known as the frontwoman for the band Gram Rabbit. The two are joining forces at Club Congress with local support from the haunted desert rock outfit, Crystal Radio.
Mary Lattimore is a Los Angeles-based harpist. She experiments with effects through her Lyon and Healy Concert Grand pedal harp, concocting half-structured improvisations which can include both ambient glitter and unsettling noise. Julianna Barwick’s latest album, “Will”, is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once. Karima Walker is a local experimental musician whose hypnotizing patchwork of drone, folk, psychedelia, field recordings and tape loops is equal parts gorgeous and abrasive, comforting and confounding. These three soundscape experimentalists will be gracing the stage on July 15th to bring you a show that is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and inspired anew.
Dent May, a self-described hotel bar lounge singer and aspiring daytime TV talk show host, has been charming his way into the hearts of music fans since the release of his debut album “The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele” on Animal Collective’s Paw Tracks label in 2009. In the years since, he’s released three more albums, his latest, “Across the Multiverse”, is out on Captured Tracks. Catch Dent May at Club Congress with support from Shannon Lay.
Alternative folk-rock upstarts Parsonsfield take the show on the road this summer. See them grace the club congress stage for the very first time alongside some great local support!
Random Acts of Karaoke (9pm)
Retrolution: a 90s Dance Party w/ DJ Sid the Kid (10pm)
Geeks Who Drink (8pm)
Live Music Wednesdays (8pm)
Optimist Club (10PM)
El Tambo (10pm on the plaza)
After-Hours w/ DJ Ripdee (12am in the club)
Saturdaze Dance Party (10pm)
Hot Club of Tucson (10:30am)
Ynot Karaoke (10pm)