Don’t miss our 2018 Fourth of July Party! It’s going to be a night of great, FREE music with Tucson’s favorite neo-soul-jazz-hip hop ensemble, Street Blues Family, and Quinn DeVeaux from Austin, Texas! Of course, we’ll have a break to go outside and watch the fireworks, plus drink specials to keep you cool.
On July 5th, Sustaining Sounds presents a night of ambient and experimental music at Club Congress. Featuring Born2death, Ryan Chavira, Sku:ulf03k, & Zachary Reid.
Known as pioneers of the new era noise rap scene, Moodie Black has snuggly nestled themselves into alt rap lore. Over a decade strong, Moodie Black has earned a reputation of being harshly uncompromising while showcasing their affinity for mood and atmosphere. Catch them bringing their unique sound back to our stage with help from Night of the Living Shred, Jivin Scientists and Liquid Space Atmosphere!
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.
A favorite from El Tambó Fest 2017, La Misa Negra returns from Oakland to play inside Club Congress. Come immerse yourself in their unique blend of heavyweight cumbia and high-energy, Afro-Latin music, and then stick around after and dance the night away with El Tambó on the plaza!
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.
Americana folk group, The Artisanals, are bringing their soothing rhythmic sounds to our stage. Come on down for a free show that’s sure to get you movin and feeling great! See you soon!
The Old Pueblo’s favorite, XIXA, returns to Congress for what will undoubtedly be a sell out show. Get your tickets early and join us in celebrating their newest single release, “Tombstone Roshomon.”
Born and raised in Norway by Chilean parents, Pablo Muñoz aka Boy Pablo is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter making bedroom pop songs for every walk of teenage life. Catch him sharing the stage with his four best friends AND Mute Swan at Club Congress for a night of indie bliss!
Save Face, a killer rock group from New Jersey, are bringing their interstellar guitar tones to Club Congress! Let them dazzle your earholes with help from Prince Daddy & the Hyena and Sundressed.
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.
A mariachi band that covers metal classics, you can’t really find a better fit for Tucson… We are very excited to host these talented goofballs for this sweaty summer party! Come enjoy your favorite metal hits such as: Raining Blood, Master of Puppets, Crazy Train and more… With a Latin twist!!! And for an added bonus, come a little early, because from 6:30-7:30pm, we’ll literally be giving away FREE tequila in the club to all Metalachi ticket holders!
With a career spanning 25 years and almost 20 albums, Charlie Hunter consistently ups his game as an innovative writer and bandleader. He has worked with the likes of Norah Jones, Mos Def, John Mayer, D’Angelo and countless others. He is widely considered the authority on the seven and eight-string guitar, and continues to stun audiences with his ability to simultaneously bust out tasty bass parts, melodic leads, and swinging rhythms. Don’t miss the chance to see his talents on our club stage!
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!
The New York-based indie electro upstarts take the stage for their nation-wide tour!
Indie-pop trio The Essex Green (Sasha Bell, Jeff Baron, and Christopher Ziter) haven’t released an album in 12 years, since 2006’s Cannibal Sea, but they are releasing a new album, Hardly Electronic, on June 29 via Merge and heading out on tour! Catch them on the Club Congress stage in all their bouncy, exuberant, retro-pop splendor!
Soccer Mommy is the project of twenty-year-old Sophie Allison, born out of the Nashville DIY scene. For Sophie, writing was “just for fun” hobby at first, but now, she’s touring the world with Mitski, Jaysom, Slowdive and so many more. We can’t wait to host her at Club Congress!
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)