Titus Andronicus hit Chicago
From 25 November 2012 To 25 November 2012Address
N Clark St, Chicago, IL, USA
Punk rock fans will undoubtedly be travelling to Chicago in their droves on November 25th, as Titus Andronicus are set to play a gig at the city's Metro venue on that date.
The band was formed in 2005 in New Jersey, so while they remain a relatively youthful presence on the music scene, they have toured prolifically.
Debut album The Airing of Grievances came out in 2008, with follow up The Monitor hot on its tail two years later.
They are currently on the road in support of their latest release, which is entitled Local Business.
Visitors to the city who wish to fork out the $19 entry fee and catch the gig could do much worse than booking rooms at the Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago.
This is because it is conveniently located a short, 15-minute drive away from the venue - and there could be nothing simpler than jumping in a taxi.
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