Tomorrow Never Knows dates/lineup announced

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Every January, Schubas invites music fans to explore cutting-edge indie music in its annual Tomorrow Never Knows series. Think of it as a loosely packed, five-day-long Pitchfork Music Festival.

Well, for those of you hoping for more of the same this year, we’ve got some news: it won’t be. Instead of five days of music at a single venue, you’ll get it at two venues: Schubas and the newly opened Lincoln Hall is also getting in on the action.

The dates (Jan. 13-17) and initial lineup for the series were announced today, and single-show tickets and five-day passes go on sale Friday, November 13 at noon. Here’s a taste of what’s in store:

Wednesday, January 13

9 p.m.: The Cribs, Adam Green, The Dead Trees (Lincoln Hall)

Thursday, January 14

9 p.m.: Voxtrot, Solid Gold, Gemini Club (Lincoln Hall)

Saturday, January 16

2 p.m.: Paul Green’s School of Rock presents Women Who Rock (Schubas)

10 p.m.: Final Fantasy (Schubas)

10 p.m.: Bowerbirds, The Rural Alberta Advantage (Lincoln Hall)

Sunday, January 17

2 p.m.: Paul Green’s School of Rock presents Women Who Rock (Schubas)

9 p.m.: Clues (Schubas)

9 p.m.: Lee Fields & The Expressions (Lincoln Hall)

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