Knuckle Puck

Knuckle Puck

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1. Proof of full vaccination OR negative COVID-19 test is required.

All attendees must show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test dated no earlier than February 1st.

2. Face masks required

It is required for all event attendees to wear a face mask inside the venue when not eating or drinking.

3. Clear bag policy

A clear bag policy is in place to reduce touchpoints and congestion upon arrival. Approved bags:

– Clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags (max: 12″x6″x12″)

– Small clutch bags approximately the size of a hand (max: 4.5″x6.5″)

4. Contactless payment

All points of sale will only accept credit or debit cards (NO CASH)

Knuckle Puck

Despite its title, the second album from Knuckle Puck isn’t a reinvention; rather, Shapeshifter is the sound of the Chicago-based pop-punk band taking their best qualities and honing them to make them even sharper. The songwriting became tighter and more deliberate, the lyrics more introspective and urgent—without losing an ounce of the sweat-soaked authenticity and passion that made their debut album, Copacetic, so captivating.

Above all, it’s an album that proves the band are unflinchingly unwilling to compromise when it comes to their art. That’s evident on first single “Gone,” perhaps the most fully realized Knuckle Puck song to date. It’s equal parts muscular and melodic, textured with keyboards, buzzsaw guitars and a buoyant chorus that will integrate seamlessly into the band’s raved-about live show.

“When you reach early adulthood and start to see your life take shape, it’s also important to shape your identity and break yourself free from anything that might be holding you down,” guitarist Nick Casasanto explains. “I hope the album instills a little bit of hope in people. I hope people realize they should consume the things that really speak to them. Through that, I feel like it’s the most satisfying way to be who you want to be.”

Hot Mulligan

Hot Mulligan writes songs for people to sing as loud as possible. Their music is the cathartic outcry for growth from a generation of forward-thinking Midwesterners caught in the gears of a rusted system in desperate need of hope. The members — Tades Sanville, Chris Freeman, Ryan Malicsi, Garrett “Sniff” Willig, and Brandon Blakeley — use songwriting to explore the lessons they’ve learned from lives lead in the pursuit of dreams with full awareness of the cost. From relationships to personal development, Hot Mulligan captures the human experience with unflinching honesty and infectious hooks that, above all else, make people feel something. On their Sophomore LP, You’ll Be Fine, Hot Mulligan shares a collection of stories that capture their growth, or lack thereof, since the release of 2018’s Pilot. It’s an album about losing yourself in the pursuit of your dreams, and how that conundrum can create a ripple effect that touches every relationship in our lives. For every show played, there are moments missed back home. For every song, a commitment is made to staying on the road. But don’t let the emotional intelligence displayed on You’ll Be Fine fool you. Hot Mulligan makes serious music for people that don’t take themselves too seriously. You may feel sad or stressed or lost in life right now, but don’t worry too much because those feelings will pass in time. When all is said and done, after dreams are chased, hearts are broken, and memories are made, you’ll be fine.

Meet Me @ The Altar

Meet Me @ The Altar is a three-piece high energy pop punk band consisting of singer Edith Johnson, guitarist/bassist Téa Campbell, and drummer Ada Juarez. For the 5 years prior to signing to Fueled By Ramen, each member lived in a different state on the east coast of the United States: Georgia, Florida, and New Jersey respectively. The band is on an unstoppable climb with the approaching release of their FBR debut EP ‘Model Citizen.’

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