Jamtronica pioneers the Disco Biscuits have announced their first gigs of 2018. The band will return to an old stomping ground and then make their debut at Washington, D.C.’s newest venue early next year.
The Disco Biscuits will make their return to the 9:30 Club on January 12. Up next is the group’s first ever performance at the Anthem, with TAUK aboard as opener, on January 13. Here’s what tDB had to say about their visit to the brand new Anthem:
The idea behind the Anthem was to build a venue that could hold as many people as a small arena or a convention center, but one that was designed with music in mind from the very start. The venue owners state: “our goal is to make it the best music venue in the world of its size.” From all initial accounts, they have achieved their goal! Here at Biscuits HQ, there’s nothing we love more than checking out brand new, state of the art music venues…and then making them home!
Tickets for the 9:30 Club show are only available by purchasing 2-day passes. Head here to request tickets any time through Wednesday.
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