Daybreak Radio Joins Sean Patrick and the Newgrass Revolution at The Brewerie

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Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 at 3:30 PM
Daybreak Radio Joins Sean Patrick and the Newgrass Revolution at The Brewerie by Alex Bieler

Newgrass and rootsy Americana will come together when local rock bands Sean Patrick and the Newgrass Revolution and Daybreak Radio play at The Brewerie at Union Station Friday, June 19.

Both bands can put on an electric performance that can blow the roof off of a joint, so it’s a good thing the show will be Trackside at The Brewerie, giving you an all-ages outdoor show that will have you dancing along for the wonderful price of zero dollars. You can even get there early and enjoy some craft brews and bocce before the show, making Friday a night for a whole lot of fun. 

9 p.m. // 123 W. 14th St. // brewerie.com

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