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Stomp Along to This Free Concert at the Union Transfer on Friday

Join us and Timberland for a free concert at the Philly landmark Union Transfer. We will be stomping along to the fuzzy garage rock of Twin Peaks with opening sets from Philly superstars TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb and Palmas. The doors open at 7 PM and the show starts at 8 PM. The night will roar on until the wee hours. All you have to do is RSVP and let us know you're coming.

Give Twin Peaks an inch and they’ll take a stretch of the road. Having careened across America and beyond, sharing their staggering energy, the band made their third album the best way they know how: by themselves. The same group that pro-duced the scuzzy squalor of their debut Sunken, had legions of fans screaming along to their anthemic sophomore effort, Wild Onion, now swings and serenades with Down In Heaven out on Grand Jury on May 13th.

TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb have been conquering clubs and bars across Philly and New York with their whiskey-soaked, cigarette-growling rock and blues and soul-wrenching live shows. Their driving, immersive sound and narrative lyrics are sure to pull you in, love you, and leave you wanting much more.

Palmas seamlessly weave dark, emotional lyrics and sundrenched reverb into a sound that gets your feet moving even as they twist open long-forgotten scars on your heart. The only solution? Keep listening and revel in the tales of love and heartbreak riding your way atop soulful guitars and staccato drums.

Three great bands, one amazing performance. It is something that should not be missed.

U City Flats, providing the perfect balance of comfortable and convenient apartment living in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is helping spread the word about this special event happening in our community!
 
Event Time/Date:
Friday, August 26, 2016 - 7:00 PM

Event Venue Location:
Union Transfer
1026 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

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