THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED
There is no rescheduled date, but First Avenue is now offering credit for canceled shows. Please carefully fill out the form at the link below to receive a credit equaling your ticket purchase for this event. You can then apply that credit to a future ticket purchase for most First Avenue Presents events at Amsterdam Bar & Hall. You can also call etix to request a credit at 1-800-514-3849.
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After a two week period, all tickets purchased online (that have not opted for a credit) 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 here.
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It’s hard to survive in the music business, but Peter Bjorn and John have done that and then some. The Swedish indie-pop trio have been triumphing via their pitch-perfect alchemy of varying sounds and styles for two decades now, and their ninth album Endless Dream is but the latest proof of the unique creative chemistry that Peter Morén, Björn Yttling, and John Eriksson have successfully worked with for so long. Every PB&J album sounds like falling in love with music for the first time, and the deceptively light confections contained on Endless Dream is the trio’s latest romance.
PB&J’s history dates back to Morén meeting Yttling in high school, as the two dipped in and out of bands with others before deciding to get serious on their own. After auditioning for drummers, the pair discovered Eriksson in an unlikely bit of luck: “We never thought John would fit the bill because he was a classical percussionist,” Morén remembers. “But we started seeing him at Sebadoh and Elliott Smith shows, so we thought maybe he was into pop music as well.”