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The Ataris, Teenage Kicks, Hot Panda, Greatest Sons

Tue. December 2nd 2014 8pm The Biltmore Cabaret (No Minors) 8pm
$16
Tickets at: Online, Red Cat Records, Zulu Records, Bilmore Cabaret offsales
Presented by: The Biltmore Cabaret
The Ataris are pleased to announce our first full band tour since the “So Long, Astoria” tour earlier this year!

And what a more fun way to celebrate than to let you the fans pick the songs!
Every person who buys a ticket in advance gets to vote for a song they want to hear!
You will vote for your request at checkout when you purchase your ticket. (Not here on The Ataris social media)
Voting closes on Oct. 31st.
Once all of the votes have been cast. We, The Ataris will tally up the votes and comprise a setlist that will consist of all of your most voted songs!
Then we will spend the early part of November rehearsing them!
This tour will also mark the first time The Ataris have embarked on a cross-Canada tour since 2004!
We are hoping to play a lot of songs on this tour that we have never played live before!
This is definitely a tour that no fan of our band will want to miss!

Every song on any one of of our albums is fair game.
So go buy your tickets now and call the shots for the songs you want to hear us play live on this tour!

The Ataris are looking forward to getting back out on the road and bring this very exciting event to you!
See you all on the road!
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-Thanks and Much Love, - The Ataris

The Ataris

The Ataris, one of the most successful independent rock bands of recent years, have a brand new album, so long, astoria, the group's eagerly-awaited major label debut on Columbia Records. so long, astoria is the first full-length Ataris album in nearly two years. "Musically," says Ataris frontman Kris Roe, "we took a back-to-basics straight-forw... more info

Hot Panda (pop)

other sites: myspace
By way of Edmonton, and now living in Vancouver, Mint recording artists Hot Panda recorded their sophomore album, How Come I'm Dead?, in less than a week during the midst of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic chaos, mostly live off the floor with few takes and overdubs, care of John Collins and David Carswell at JC/DC Studios. The band wanted it to soun... more info
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