KimFitz, Fiver Plum, & Ragdollz

Get ready for an unforgettable night of live music featuring three bands that bring together a dynamic mix of post-grunge, progressive rock, and infectious indie rock. Experience the raw energy of grunge and the ethereal melodies of dream pop, all in one exhilarating concert.

Date

Saturday, Jul 06 2024

Time

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Cost

$10.00

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Join us for an unforgettable night of live music featuring three outstanding bands that bring together a dynamic mix of genres. From the raw energy of grunge rock to the soaring melodies of ethereal dream pop, our stage will be alive with post-grunge, progressive rock, and infectious indie sounds. Get ready to experience a unique musical journey, filled with passionate performances and captivating rhythms. Don’t miss out—this is the concert you’ve been waiting for!

 

KimFitz

 

Maryland musicians Ben Kim and Ryan Fitzgerald have known each other for far, far too long. What started as a exploratory indie pop project has come a long way in three years. Even 400 miles apart at their respective schools, the duo has continued to remotely produce and release music with the help of returning producer Zach Medeiros. Nowadays, Kimfitz finds themselves in the DMV alternative rockspace, where they are noisier, dreamier, and gazier-shoewards than ever. Kimfitz welcomes Brady Scott on drums and Fardeen C. on bass for their 2024 summer shows.

 

Fiver Plum

 

Blending grooves of post-grunge, progressive rock & modern indie, Fiver Plum immerses all listeners with a fresh sound. The band started as a solo project by Sophia Knox, a multi-instrumentalist and devoted songwriter. Knox soon garnered an audience while playing shows on Southern California boardwalks, Arizona stages, and social media livestreams.
It was when Knox moved to the DMV that she decided to expand the project into something greater. Now, Knox is joined by Zain Mughal on drums and Naomi Kei on bass to captivate audiences across the east coast.

 

Ragdollz

 

Grunge Rock Baltimore Apocalypse