Dead Sara will take the 7th St. Entry this Sunday evening with what is sure to be a night to remember. This event is SOLD OUT so if you are lucky enough to have a ticket, make sure to arrive early.
Opening up for Dead Sara will be Arkansas native Jesse Welles. Welles previously played the 7th St. Entry as a headliner on June 23rd and brought an abundance of passionate, high energy rock to the stage. He and his band are no doubt looking to do the same this Sunday during their second visit to the Entry.
Welles is an up-and-coming musician that has been touring steadily throughout the country over the last couple months. This year, Welles released his first full length album, Red Trees and White Trashes. I would suggest concert goers not to skip out on Welles, as he will surely put on another great show.
Check out “Seventeen”, one Welles’ singles off his new album.
Headlining the evening will be Dead Sara. Dead Sara is a pop-rock band from Los Angeles, California that has rapidly been gaining popularity in the scene over the last couple years. They are anticipating a very full house when they make their Minneapolis tour stop, as there are no more tickets available for this show.
Although the band has been together since 2002, they only recently broke out into the mainstream. Their music has received a significant amount of radio play and attention, especially from legendary rocker Dave Grohl, who commented in 2013, “Dead Sara should be the next biggest rock band in the world.”
This summer, the band released a short, 6-song EP titled, Temporary Things Taking Up Space. The EP features popular single, “Anybody.”
Check out Dead Sara’s most recent single, “Anybody.”