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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Social Distortion Reschedules SF Shows

Posted By on Tue, Jan 8, 2008 at 4:20 PM


I know, it feels like Mike Ness's heart will explode of old age any minute now and you're worried you might have missed Social D for good. Fear not, for the geriatric OC punkers have rescheduled all their shows except for tonight's, which will go on as planned. The info:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: -Tonight's (January 8th) Social Distortion performance will take place as scheduled. All tickets purchased for Saturday, January 5th will be honored Thursday, January 31st. All tickets purchased for Sunday, January 6th will be honored Monday, February 4th. Please note new times on rescheduled shows. Social Distortion: Tonight, Tuesday, January 8th, Doors 7/show 8; Thursday, January 31st (rescheduled from January 5th), Doors 7/show 8; Friday, February 1st, Doors 8/show 9; Saturday, February 2nd, Doors 8/show 9; Monday, February 4th, (rescheduled from January 6th), Doors 7/show 8 with Tumbledown (Tue 1/8); The Aggrolites (Fri 2/1); and Inward Eye (Sat 2/2); The Fillmore; Tickets are $30.00 for general admission plus applicable service charges. All ages. Refunds available at place of purchase.

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