May
24
th
2020
Turf Club
Sunday
May
24
th
2020
Turf Club

The Intelligence, Tar, Arcwelder and more!

Show Starts

3PM

Ages

21+

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED

All tickets purchased online will be automatically refunded.

If you are interested and able to donate, consider putting the cost of your ticket toward the TC Music Community Trust’s Entertainment Industry Relief Fund in support of individuals in need. All funds donated will directly impact someone who has lost a gig due to COVID-19 and its effect on the industry. The outpouring of words of encouragement and monetary donations thus far has been incredible, and we thank you for your continued support of the Twin Cities music scene. Donation link and more information can be found at bit.ly/39Pwu8Z.

For any ticketing questions, please contact Etix at 1-800-514-3849, or at support.etix.com. If you purchased tickets with cash at an outlet, you will be able to request a refund at The Depot Tavern when it has reopened.

Three day Caterwaul Festival passes ($60) available at Caterwaul.org

includes admission to the Terminal Bar on Friday, May 22

includes admission to Grumpy’s NE on Saturday, May 23

Performers


The Intelligence

Fittingly born at the dawn of the 21st Century, The Intelligence’s brand of art-smarm surf has become a touchstone for with-it rock ’n’ roll of the era. Perhaps a surprising...

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Tar

Tar formed in 1988 by virtue of changing their name from Blatant Dissent, and scrapping most of the set. The original members were John Mohr, Mark Zablocki, Tim Mescher and...

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Arcwelder

Arcwelder was formed as Tiltawhirl in 1987. Our first single was issued in that year. It wasn’t like we weren’t trying to play shows, but we couldn’t get booked for...

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The God Eaters

The God Eaters hail from the icy college town of Marquette, MI. A rock n roll trio, they churn out a sound that finds its balance somewhere between the controlled...

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Tunic

Tunic is born of spite. After years of touring someone else’s bass lines across the globe, David Schellenberg was told he wasn’t good enough. So he did the only logical...

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MURF

MURF is a six piece punk outfit based in minneapolis. Its members hail from Iowa, North Carolina, South Dakota and Minnesota. MURF originally began as a venue for the vocalist...

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REPTOID

One man (Jordan Sobolew) noise rock aneurism from Oakland. Loud, heavy, noisy, weird, all performed live.

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Gaytheist

Gaytheist returns with their 5th full length record and their finest work to date, How Long Have I Been On Fire? Following several years of living on opposite ends of the...

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Cartographer

Cartographer is a noisy, minimalist rock trio from the bay area. They are two parts former Replicator, and one part current Generalissimo. They will set you on fire. Cartographer is...

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The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

The Grasshopper Lies Heavy is louder than fuck. Call it “Post-Hardcore”, “Artcore”, “Post-Metal”, “Amp Worship”, call it whatever you like. The amorphous musical giant known as The Grasshopper Lies Heavy...

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BBIGPIGG

noise punks from brooklyn, scaring children since 2010.

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SUPER THIEF

SUPER THIEF is a noise rock band from Austin, TX. “Erupting at two-to-three-minute intervals, the songs are steeped in dissonance, a fusion of driving melodies and eyes-rolled-into-the-back-of-your-head slow builds. Pointed...

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Kitten Forever

Kitten Forever is a Minneapolis-based drums and bass trio. Their distinctly danceable and minimalist punk rock is infused with pop sensibilities and a streamlined, energetic performance where Laura Larson, Corrie...

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Venue


Turf Club

Since 1950

The Turf Club is an historic landmark in the Twin Cities music world. One might wonder how this club set in the Midway—the land between downtown Minneapolis and downtown Saint…

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