Beastie Boys Quietly Announce Pre-Sasquatch Club Show in Seattle

It looks like the Beasties Boys have booked a little pre-Sasquatch warm-up gig at a club in Seattle.

From the Live Music Blog inbox…

A GALA EVENT

Dear patrons of the arts. To usher in the summer concerto season, we will be staging an exclusive Gala event this Friday, May 25 in the glorious city of Seattle, Washington, at a cozy little venue called the Crocodile Cafe. Please join us to “Lick Shots” and ring in this most wonderful time of year. “Touch yourself.”

Beastie Boys – A Gala Event – Exclusive Instrumental Show
Friday, May 25th
Seattle, WA – Crocodile Cafe

Tickets on sale Wednesday, May 23rd at 4pm:
www.ticketmaster.com/event/0F003EB5E3D7E5C3

There is a 2 ticket limit for this show. All tickets are to be picked up at the venue box office the night of the show. You MUST bring a government issued photo ID and the credit card used to purchase tickets in order to retrieve your tickets. Tickets are non-transferable.

All ages
Doors open at 7pm
Show at 8pm

Sincerely yours,
The management

It’s very cool to see the Beasties continuing to push the ‘All-Instrumental’ shows…yet another piece of evidence that they are somehow reading my mind (or this blog?).

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6 COMMENTS

  1. 30+ coworkers coordinated a Ticketmaster web/phone assault hoping that at least 2 of us had a chance to score tix. No go. Nada. Thinking back, we probably had a 1:4-5,000 chance. If a/v doesn’t reach the internets, I will pound my head into the wall until I break through to the other room.

  2. 30+ coworkers coordinated a Ticketmaster web/phone assault hoping that at least 2 of us had a chance to score tix. No go. Nada. Thinking back, we probably had a 1:4-5,000 chance. If a/v doesn’t reach the internets, I will pound my head into the wall until I break through to the other room.

  3. 30+ coworkers coordinated a Ticketmaster web/phone assault hoping that at least 2 of us had a chance to score tix. No go. Nada. Thinking back, we probably had a 1:4-5,000 chance. If a/v doesn’t reach the internets, I will pound my head into the wall until I break through to the other room.

  4. My buddy got tickets, knew I was a long time beastie boys and hooked me up with his extra ticket.

    Best show I’ve seen yet. About 400-500 people in a small club setting. Mike D is an old man… but otherwise these guys were great.

  5. My buddy got tickets, knew I was a long time beastie boys and hooked me up with his extra ticket.

    Best show I’ve seen yet. About 400-500 people in a small club setting. Mike D is an old man… but otherwise these guys were great.

  6. My buddy got tickets, knew I was a long time beastie boys and hooked me up with his extra ticket.

    Best show I’ve seen yet. About 400-500 people in a small club setting. Mike D is an old man… but otherwise these guys were great.

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