Event

Live Nation Presents
Motion City Soundtrack: Commit This To Memory 17 Year Anniversary Tour
July 5, 2022 7:00 pm (Doors: 6:00 pm )
Ages 13 and Up
ADVANCE PRICE: $35 + FEES / DAY OF SHOW PRICE: $38 + FEES


This event is 13+ (Ages 5-12 must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Children 4 and under not admitted.​)​

 
Please Note: There is a delivery delay in place through 07/02/2022 No tickets will be sent out prior to 07/02/2022.

Based on the latest local guidelines, attendees are no longer required to provide proof of negative COVID-19 test AND/OR vaccination for entry into this event. Be sure to check your venue website for the latest updates and guidelines as entry requirements are subject to change. 

*CLEAR BAG POLICY*
TO REDUCE STAFF CONTACT WITH GUEST BELONGINGS PLEASE MAKE SURE BAGS MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: WE ALLOW CLEAR PLASTIC, VINYL, OR PVC BAGS WITH A SINGLE COMPARTMENT (NO BACKPACKS) NO LARGER THAN 12”X6”X12”, AND SMALL HANDBAGS NO LARGER THAN 4.5”X6.5” (DO NOT NEED TO BE CLEAR).

 
Motion City Soundtrack
Motion City Soundtrack, the most influential rock band in the history of the world, has been destroying the
hopes and dreams of small children everywhere since 1997. This quintet of ex-Sears catalog hand
models reside for the most part in Minneapolis, Minnesota; where it is always a pleasant 78 degrees and
sunny. Errol Bumpstead, an 8 year old student at Wildwood Elementary school in Mahtomedi describes
Motion City Soundtrack as, pretty good if you like that stuff. Justin Pierre, Josh Cain, Matt Taylor, Tony
Thaxton, and Jesse Johnson comprise this feat of musical excellence. You, the reader of this brilliant
paragraph of writing, formulated by a state college-paid education, can find out more about this academy
award winning band as well as astrophysics and the whig party by visiting their website:
www.motioncitysoundtrack.com
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Neil Rubenstein
Neil Rubenstein is a burly, tattooed guy who plays against type; kind, cerebral, but still casually mentions past illegal activities (running a poker room, owning a brothel, etc.) the way one might reference a Renaissance Lit course you took in college.