Friday, Jan. 13, High Noon Saloon, 8 pm
With vets that include indie punks Cloud Nothings and recently crowned rap superstar Chance the Rapper, it’s a pretty safe bet that at least one of the bands in this year’s FRZN Fest lineup is the next big thing. Spanning three nights, the schedule includes Big Thief, Sam Evian, Hoops, and Ian Sweet (Thursday), Ceremony, Tenement (pictured), the Blind Shake and Yoko & the Oh No’s (Friday, Jan. 13), and Noname, the Mind, Mic Kellogg and Rich Robbins (Saturday, Jan. 14).
$15 ($35/weekend). Doors 7 pm.
FRZN FEST will return to the High Noon Saloon January 12th, 13th and 14th and will feature a night of up-and-coming acts and current mainstays in indie, punk, and hip-hop. FRZN Fest is an annual festival held in the middle of January after the holiday madness. FRZN FEST began in 2011, and every year FRZN features up-and-coming acts that have gone on to big things such as Chance the Rapper, Polica, and Cloud Nothings.
A limited number of 3-day passes for $35 are on sale now at the High Noon Saloon or online at www.high-noon.com. One day passes also available for $15 and go-on sale November 18th.
FRZN FEST is brought to you by Heartland Credit Union, Union Cab, Isthmus, WORT, Music Notes, Salvatore’s Tomato Pies and Goose Island.