TVD Recommends:
An Evening with Yo La Tengo at the Grog, 9/15

We are obsessed with determining the worth of things based upon the length of time something has lasted. We obsess over anniversaries, over dates, over how many years it’s been since a band broke up, or how many years a band has been together. We are fact-guzzling, number crunchers.

But there’s something to be said for the lasting power of a band that spans nearly three decades. A lot changes in a day, let alone 10,950 of them. Thirty years as a band is nothing to take lightly; it’s something to be revered.

After thirty years together,  indie rockers Yo La Tengo continue to go strong, having released their newest album, Fade, this past January and having toured extensively already this year with notable performances at both Bunbury Music Festival and Pitchfork Music Festival.

On Sunday, September 15th, the band will take the stage at the Grog for two sets; the first, an intimate, more acoustic sound, and the second, plugged in.

If you’re looking for a fine way to wrap up your weekend before you have to get back to the grind on Monday morning, we highly suggest you pick up tickets to this show.

$20 gets you in, doors are at 7:30 and the show begins at 8:30.

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