This got me thinking, “Where have I seen the rowdiest Lucero shows?” to which I answered myself (because geniuses answer themselves, ya know), “Easy: Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington DC.”
Bikinis, Bobcats, and vandalism? Rowdy.
If you’re one of those folks who digs being covered in beer and bruises when you leave a show, then you’re in luck. It just so happens we’re giving away two tickets to the March 20 Lucero show (with Shovels and Rope as the opener) at the 9:30 Club right here in Washington, DC. They are touring in support of last year’s Women & Work, “a love letter to its hometown, Memphis, Tennessee.” Who’s ready to get wild?
Enter to win a pair of tickets for Wednesday’s show by telling us in one or two sentences about one of your favorite rowdy show-going experiences (Lucero or non-Lucero, doesn’t matter) in the comments below.
The rowdiest show I ever saw was JEFF the Brotherhood in Nashville, TN. I left with a black eye, beer spattered clothes, bruises in unknown places, and a nearly broken kneecap. Who can beat that?
The winner will be chosen at noon on Tuesday, March 19. Tickets are still available.