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Event Page: PodConcert X -- A Hard-Rockin' Leather, Lace, and Latex Party

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Thursday, April 14, 2016 5:00:00 PM

  

Podconcert X

A Hard-Rockin' Leather, Lace, and Latex Party


Valentines Day is for suckers. The real party is the night before ...

Ready to get dressed to impress and break some hearts while Indy's finest melt your face? That's what this one is all about.

We kick it off right with a set from one of the most in-demand acts in Indianapolis right now Tracksuit Lyfestile. They're quickly followed by the rarely-seen (and even more difficult to pronounce) Vestiges of Ecstasy who is hitting the stage for the first time in nearly three years. Then it's another triumphant return to the stage from devault. After that the party kicks up a notch with a rare Birdy's Live appearance by Fourth Stone and slammin' hardcore set from Ares to finish off your night.

In honor of the holiday, and the metal, we're suggesting everyone dress in their best leather, lace, or latex -- so whether you're single or you already have a valentine secured, there will plenty of people-watching fun to accompany these five killer bands. Trust me, I've seen the outfits just the staff and friends of Indy In-tune will be whipping out. It will be worth the price of admission.

Speaking of the price of admission, here's your chance to order discount tickets and save a couple bucks at the door. As with all Indy In-Tune shows, 100% of your money goes straight to the pockets of the artists, so bring your friends and help these guys fill their gas tanks.


Keep up with all the latest updates on the FaceBook Event Page.

Discount Tickets Available Now Through February 12

Only a limited number of tickets will be sold for this event. Once they're gone, you'll just have to read about it in the papers or get one of your friends to take pity on you and regale you with tales of the evening.

Discount Options -- The more friends you bring, the more you save! If you've got a very large party, contact us directly ... we'll work out something.




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