Bonfire Presents:


Tomato Dodgers, Church Girls

Thu, April 12, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

Soraia epitomizes raw power, unrelenting energy, chaos, and freedom. Their live show frenetic and intensely interactive. The band's chemistry cut over several years of fierce, relentless touring in the dingiest dive to the most massive amphitheater, attracting a worldwide fanbase.
Recently featured in Rolling Stone Magazine's Year in Rock 2017, the band now has six singles and three studio albums in heavy rotation on SiriusXM - as well as international commercial radio success.
See you on the road!
Tomato Dodgers
Tomato Dodgers
Spreading the cult of Illuminati rock & roll across the galaxy since 2013.

Tomato Dodgers are an action-funk rock and roll band from College Park, Maryland, right outside the nation's capitol. They've steadily built up a fascinated following across the east coast, with dynamic and strange participatory performances that blur the line between stage show and immersive art piece. They dance - they feed each other toast - they rap - they build doomsday devices onstage - and mostly they shred festivals and house shows like you or I might mow a lawn: with vigor and fierce skill.

Tomato Dodgers write their own music and book their own tours. The past year has seen the band touring rigorously, including shows in Japan and South Korea, festivals across the U.S., a seven-week marathon of pure DIY, and runs with Lionize and World/Inferno Friendship Society.

2016 Presidential candidate Martin O'Malley was a member of Tomato Dodgers for one strange show in 2013.

They will not rest until they perform on the moon.
Church Girls
Church Girls
Church Girls is an indie rock four-piece residing in Philadelphia. Led by Mariel Beaumont (vocals/guitar), the band formed in summer 2014, releasing their first single “Young Planes” to local acclaim.

Their self-titled debut EP, released in early 2015, was noted for its “personal, honest and direct rock songs” (John Vettese, The Key, XPN) with a “tightly wound backend and electric guitar runs that are ready to spring loose” (The Deli Magazine).

Think Modest Mouse meets Lou Reed, if you’re into those sorts of comparisons.
Venue Information:
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107