THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED
Unfortunately, very sad to say, due to the COVID19 crisis, we have had to cancel our September US and Canadian dates.
We promise, that as soon as we can, we’ll be back to tour North America pic.twitter.com/Ef8XLGnKvz
— Inhaler (@InhalerDublin) June 26, 2020
There is no rescheduled date, but we are now offering credit for canceled shows. Please carefully fill out the form at this link to receive a credit equaling your ticket purchase for this event. You can also call etix to request a credit at 1-800-514-3849. That credit can be applied to a future ticket purchase for any First Avenue event ticketed through etix. Once you’ve found a new event you’d like to apply your credit to, please contact etix at support.etix.com or 1-800-514-3849.
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.
Dublin quartet Inhaler recently completed a UK and European tour that saw them sell over 7,000 tickets and play to frenzied, sold-out crowds. November saw them support Blossoms across the US, before heading to Mexico for a slot at Corona Capital.
Four friends who formed the band in school, Elijah Hewson, Robert Keating, Ryan McMahon and Josh Jenkinson bonded over a love of similar groups, taking in The Stone Roses, Joy Division, The Strokes, Depeche Mode, Interpol, Kings Of Leon, The Cure and more.
Over a handful of singles – “It Wont Always Be Like This”, “My Honest Face”, and “Ice Cream Sundae” – they have amassed a diehard fanbase, with their tracks being streamed over 8 million times. They make songs about being young and finding your way, music that connects. “I’m just trying to write about the joy of being alive, being a teenager, and the bad things that can come with that. I don’t like it to be all happy, I don’t like it to be all sad”, says frontman Hewson.
Junior Mesa channels a timeless sound by way of modern means. Rather than comb stacks of record stores, the 20-year-old Bakersfield, CA singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist culls influence from a YouTube search history spanning everyone from Wes Montgomery and Ella Fitzgerald to Jimi Hendrix and Sly & The Family Stone. Under this digitized classic spell, he not only sings with shuddering soul, but he also plays guitar, drums, piano, and bass with understated and instinctual virtuosity.