The secret is finally out, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness will return to Minnesota for our latest Go Show in August.
The pop-punk singer-songwriter and his band will rock the Fine Line Music Café on Saturday, August 5 with a little help from Missio and Vinyl Theatre. Go Show will be hosted by Ben, Dana and Giselle.
Go Show is an 18+ event. Doors are at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25.96 in advance.
Our Go Show is presented by McDonald’s and Audi Minneapolis/Audi St. Paul, and powered by Metro PCS.
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
Don’t look now, but Andrew McMahon is rapidly approaching veteran rocker status. As the singer, pianist and primary songwriter for pop-punk bands like Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin, McMahon’s ear for pop melodies has led him into an eclectic solo career as Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. His second album Zombies on Broadway arrived in February and further showcased McMahon’s knack for anthemic courses and witty storytelling with songs like “So Close” and “Fire Escape.“
When your breakout single is an irresistibly misanthropic ode to the outcasts called “Middle Fingers,” it’s easy to get our attention. Texas indie/electronica duo Missio’s start has been quickly rising in the alternative scene thanks to a hypnotic, trip-hop inflected sound that’s equal parts vulnerable and seething.
Fueled by Ramen has a nearly spotless record with hook forward, emotional rock bands, and Milwaukee’s Vinyl Theatre appear poised to be the next success story from the label that launched Panic! at the Disco and Twenty One Pilots. The band turned heads back in 2014 with their song “Breaking Up My Bones,” and their second effort Electrogram is anchored by the boundary-pushing “The Island.“
Our Go Show with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness is Saturday, August 5. Purchase tickets here.