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THE VENETIA FAIR Announce A Series Of NYC Shows & Festivals!
-Tuesday, June 10th @ The Cake Shop New York, NY (New Music Seminar Showcase)
(8:15pm) Desert Sharks
(9pm) Shark Muffin
(9:45pm) The Venetia Fair
-Thursday, June 12th @ Bar Matchless Brooklyn, NY (Northside Festival Showcase)
(8:45pm) The Freaky Baby Daddies
(9:30pm) Slim Wray
(10:15pm) The Courtesy Tier
(11pm) The Venetia Fair
-Saturday, June 14th @ Spike Hill Brooklyn, NY (FREE Northside Festival Showcase)
(1pm) Jake Levine of The Howler Weary
(2:30pm) The Freaky Baby Daddies
(3:15pm) The Courtesy Tier
(4pm) The Venetia Fair
(4:45pm) Hot Blood
(5:30pm) The Battery Electric
About The Venetia Fair:
Once you hear The Venetia Fair, you won’t forget them. They approach rock music with theatrical flourishes and manic energy, their sonic palette featuring elements such as frenzied rag-time piano, over-the-top bombastic horns, and red-hot guitar licks.
Highly praised for their live show, the five men are possessed by some unknown energy. Their onstage mania has led to some injuries amongst the band members, but thus far nothing debilitating.
The Venetia Fair inspires borderline obsessions amongst their fanbase, so much so that the band was able to self-release their third album off the back of a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign. The campaign shot past its fund-raising goal in 4 days, and the band recorded and released Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got in Our Brain. The new album has gained some serious buzz, with Alternative Press, Absolute Punk, and PureVolume all agreeing that The Venetia Fair is a band that you need to know about right now. And more and more people are finding out about them each night, as the band causes mayhem on stages across the nation. And to be honest, the road is the best place for them anyways. If you leave them at home for too long, something might end up catching on fire.
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