As you've likely heard, Portland's famed scummy rock 'n' roll club Satyricon is closing it's doors. This time for good as it is destined to be demolished by the neighboring MacDonald Center, which plans to build new facilities for our city’s disadvantaged.
But before it disappears, Satyricon has planned one hell of a month of goodbye gigs in October including intimate--we mean less than 300 person--performances from The Dandy Warhols rocking with original drummer Eric Hedford plus other shows from Richmond Fontaine, Quasi, and Pierced Arrows. Get the complete schedule here.
Starting the celebration a bit early this Sunday, September 19th, you can get in to see the Riverboat Gamblers and Authority Zero for free by RSVP only. Do it now.
Read this article on Examiner.com.