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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Sucks to Be Under 21: HARD Tour Feat. Digitalism Moved to Mezzanine

Posted By on Thu, Jul 28, 2011 at 4:23 PM

click to enlarge Note that Caspa and Destructo won't be appearing in S.F.
  • Note that Caspa and Destructo won't be appearing in S.F.

Dear everyone under 21: Before you read this, just know that you have our sympathy.

Unfortunately, none of us can do anything about the fact that next week's HARD Tour stop in the Bay Area -- featuring Digitalism, Jack Beats, and Gesaffelstein, has been moved from the Fox Theater in Oakland to the Mezzanine in San Francisco. And while the Fox isn't a 21+ venue, the Mezzanine is. So you under-agers won't be getting in.

Of course, refunds are available from the place where you purchased tickets. And those of you who are of drinking age can probably get closer to the action at Mezzanine -- not to mention being able to rock out to the place's Funktion-One sound system (not that the one at the Fox is anything to sniff at).

But still, judging from a few of the comments on the event's Facebook page, we're guessing the change of venue will produce a lot of disgruntled teenagers. And we can't blame them. It's bad enough that Caspa broke his leg and Destructo can no longer make the show.

On the bright side, though, we have a new Destructo remix of Digitalism's "Reeperbahn" to cheer you up. Check it out below.

Stream: Digitalism -- "Reeperbahn (Destructo Feat. Oliver Remix)"

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