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Shows This Week (2/23/2016-2/27/2016)

Utah Valley is serving up some fresh live music this week.

Velour Live Music Gallery

This week Velour Live Music Gallery will be putting on Les Femmes De Velour, a three day celebration of female fronted bands, starting on Thursday, February 25th, with Mia Grace, who will be joined by Goldmyth, Emily Brown, Faith Marie Johnson. Grab tickets here

The celebration continues on Friday, February 26th. The Blue Aces and New Shack will be joined by DRAPE and Haley Hendrickson. Tickets are available online here.

Saturday, February 27th, Les Femmes closes with a strong show starring Luna Lune, supported by Barsie, Kitfox (more on them here), and Kathleen Frewin. Get your tickets to this show at 24tix.com.

All of these shows are $7 in advance, $7 at the door (cash only). Per usual with Velour, doors to all of these shows open at 8PM. Shows will start around 8:30.

Muse Music

On Thursday, February 25th, Echo Mind, Fired Pilots, and Middle Mountain will be taking the stage at Muse Music.

On Friday, February 26th, Honey Suns will be joined by The Mainstream and Rob the Queen.

On Saturday, February 27th, Muse will have change its pace, bringing in Dungeons & Comedy for a night of laughter.

Tickets to these shows are $7 at the door. Doors open at 8PM.

Gezzo Hall

Saturday February 27th, All Hope Contained will headline. Joining them will be supporting acts Kings Heir, The Fired Pilots, and The Shacks

Doors open at 7PM. $7 for general admission. $12 VIP.

The Wall

This Friday, February 26th, at The Wall (located on BYU Campus in the Wilkinson Student Center), Grey Glass and The Opskamatrists will be performing. Tickets are $2 at the door. The show starts at 8PM.

Audio West Recording Studios & Event Center

Audio West is holding their second annual Battle of The Bands from the 22nd through the 26th, featuring acts like Na-G, Cinders, Suit Up, Soldier, and Riveter’s Son. Tickets are $5 at the door. Doors open at 7PM every night.

While you’re waiting for these shows to start, make sure you check out “Last Year’s Winter” by Cinders below.

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