TV Girl Watch / Listen Who Really Cares by TV Girl Poppet Watch / Listen Poppet is the alter ego of California raised musician Molly Raney. Using a keyboard, drum machine, loop pedal, and her own voice, Poppet creates fully orchestrated electro-loop-pop. Weird pop. Weird pop for the post-apocalypse. Birds included. Spaceship recommended. grey sweater audio Watch / Listen
Syracuse native Sexton got his start singing in the streets and subways of Boston in the early 90’s. Still fiercely independent and headlining venues from The Fillmore to Carnegie Hall, he has influenced a generation of contemporary artists. His songs have appeared in television series such as Scrubs , Parenthood , Masters of Sex and in numerous films, though it’s his incendiary live show, honest lyrics, and vocal prowess that keep fans coming back for more.
Dillinger Days weekend begins with the Dillinger Speakeasy, an exclusive Hotel Congress experience to travel back to the 1930’s. Celebrate the first night of Dillinger Day’s weekend with whiskey tasting, delicious appetizers, live music, whiskey tasting, premium cigars, a live gun show, era related entertainment and historic fun! Proceeds go to the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation raise funds to assist with the unmet needs in the fire-service community in the areas of advanced training, technology, survivor’s help, education campaigns, firefighter health and wellness, and other support services.
The second day of our Dillinger Days family-friendly festivities includes three Dillinger’s capture reenactments, historical artifacts exhibit, vintage car show, historic lectures, arts & crafts, historical walking tours of downtown, and the actual Tommy Gun on display. Free and open to the public!
Local indie pop outfit Amadee is making their Club Congress debut and we could not be more excited! Free entry to this great show, featuring talent from MRCH and Tyler Akin.
Classic Tucson rocker, Rich Hopkins, is back again with the Luminarios and they are playing a FREE show at Club Congress! Joining them are surf rockers, The Surfbroads. This will be a nice of rocking, rolling, and maybe a little dancing too, we can’t wait!
The Nude Party is coming to Tucson! Bonded by isolation, house party debauchery, a religion based on pushing the limits of bad taste, and a precocious predisposition towards the Kinks, the Animals and the Velvets, they have burgeoned into a rock and roll act to be reckoned with. Not a night to miss!
Club Congress welcomes back The Coathangers for a punk rock Valentine’s Day banger! Expect candy, drink specials, and snarky tounge-in-cheek Valentines to pass out among your friends! Fred Thomas, Tyvek, and local riot grrl favorites Foxx Bodies provide support!
Tucson loves Nashville’s Adia Victoria, and we are so excited that she’s bringing her heartfelt blues to Club Congress on February 20th. Opening the show is local hip hop mainstay, Lando Chill. This is not a show to miss!
Folk revivalists, The Staves, are heading to Club Congress! Join us for a night of quiet revelries and soulful explorations as the ladies take over our club stage. See you there!
Austin’s self-proclaimed “countrypolitan” band, Whitney Rose, is coming to Club Congress via our friends Rhythm & Roots. Only $10 day of show, don’t miss out!
Emerging from underground venues in Chicago’s Northwest side, NE-HI made its name on both its live energy and cleverly wrought guitar anthems. On its second album Offers (Grand Jury), the band takes those basement-forged instincts and refines them, lets its guitars explore new angles, and focuses its songwriting.
90s House Party (10pm)
w/ DJ Sid the Kid & 90 cent PBR drafts
Geeks Who Drink – Trivia Night (8pm)
AMPED UP! Open Mic (8pm)
The Switch Comedy (8pm)
Salvador Duran on the Plaza (7pm)
OPTI CLUB Dance Party (10pm)
Tom Walbank on the Plaza (7pm)
DJ Dirtyverbs on the Plaza (10pm)
Saturdaze – FREE Dance Party (10pm)
w/ DJs Sid the Kid, BOBFelix, Andrew Shuta, & Jalph
Hot Club of Tucson (10:30am)
S.I.N. Service Industry Night & Club Karaoke (10pm)