*MOVED TO 118 NORTH* Soraia

Bonfire Presents:

*MOVED TO 118 NORTH* Soraia

La Capitaña, The Fleeting Ends

Sun, March 24, 2019

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$10 Advance / $13 Day of Show

Moved to 118 North

This event is 21 and over

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the 3/24 show with Soraia has moved from MilkBoy Philly to 118 North (118 N Wayne Ave, Wayne, PA). All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new location. Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/Soraia118N

Soraia
Soraia
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!
La Capitaña
La Capitaña
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Ryan Gaughan and long time friend Stef Emery have decided to finally join forces. Their love for blues, old school Rock and seemingly every band starting with the the word black brought them to push the limits of their own writing and explore simplistic rock, catchy hooks and meaningful lyrics.
The Fleeting Ends
The Fleeting Ends
The Fleeting Ends are a group of Philadelphia native musicians that have formed and reclaimed the name with original lead singer/guitarist/songwriter Matt Vantine, along with new members Lauren Davish (vocals, percussion), Dan Mullally (drums), Dino Petaccio (keys), and Tim Ferguson (bass).

The new combination of members, including added instruments like the keyboard and tambourine, has set the foundation to revisit and even surpass some of the success that The Fleeting Ends achieved in the past, like playing Philadelphia’s XPonential Festival, opening for acts such as Bob Dylan, My Morning Jacket, and Wilco, and receiving rave reviews from MAGNET, NPR, and MSN Music.
Venue Information:
MilkBoy
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107