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The Dead Milkmen
Saturday, March 3


"There's a place / In San Antone / Where I can go / And not feel alone!" If you listen to punk rock, and have been living here long enough to know how special the original Tacoland really was, you know how important and awesome and exciting this is. If you’re new to all of this though, The Dead Milkmen is a band from the '80s who have made important contributions to the punk rock and indie rock world. They even wrote a song about the amazing San Antonio local punk rock venue, Tacoland (not the new one – I still haven’t gone to it because I still have feelings about that shit). Anyway, they’re coming back to San Antonio and everyone should go because, punk rock, and San Antonio, and the late Ram Ayala who was murdered outside of Tacoland, a space he owned and operated and helped shape the awesome music culture we still have today in San Antonio. $20-$22, 8pm, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary’s St., papertigersatx.com.



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