Kick your weekend off with Waxahatchee at the Triple Rock, 7/21


Every so often you get the opportunity to see a band at the most perfect timing. They’re not completely unknown that you have to explain who they are. They’re not so huge that you don’t get to witness them in a more intimate venue. Well Minneapolis, you have that chance next Friday, July 21st at the Triple Rock Social Club. Birmingham, Alabama based Waxahatchee is stopping by the Twin Cities in support of her fourth-studio album Out in the Storm. Tickets are just $15 and still available HERE.

Waxahatchee aka Katie Crutchfield gets her name from the Waxahatchee Creek in Alabama. Crutchfield is no stranger to the music scene, having been actively making music since 2010. Crutchfield got her start as a member of P.S. Eliot – a band she started with her twin sister Allison Crutchfield. Since venturing out on her own solo project, Waxahatchee has been turning out album pretty consistently. There’s a brooding depth to her music – music that touches on themes so common to the human experience. Things relatable on a visceral level – relationship, heartbreak, loss, devastation. Out in the Storm touches on many of those same themes we’ve heard from Crutchfield but with a new voice, a new strength. Her album is already receiving high praise from The Fader, Pitchfork and NPR. This is one show of the summer you are seriously not going to want to miss.

The Twin Cities is just one of many stops on her summer tour. Waxahatchee will be supported at the Triple Rock by Philadelphia trio Cayetana and Baltimore up-and-comer Snail Mail. We fell in love with Snail Mail earlier this summer at The Entry and can’t wait to have all these great bands in the Twin Cities!

Tour Dates:

Jul 14 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA

Jul 15 Warsaw Brooklyn, NY

Jul 18 Beachland Ballroom Cleveland, OH

Jul 19 Thalia Hall Chicago, IL

Jul 20 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI

Jul 21 Triple Rock Social Club Minneapolis, MN

Jul 24 Neptune Seattle, WA

Jul 25 Imperial Vancouver, Canada

Jul 26 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR

Jul 28 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA

Jul 29 The Regent Los Angeles, CA

Aug 01 Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ

Aug 02 Meow Wolf Santa Fe, NM

Aug 04 Club Dada Dallas, TX

Aug 05 The Mohawk Austin, TX

Aug 06 White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX

Aug 07 One Eyed Jacks New Orleans, LA

Aug 09 Saturn Birmingham, AL

Aug 10 Athens Pop Fest Athens, GA

Aug 11 Terminal West Atlanta, GA

Aug 12 North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh, NC

Aug 13 The Grey Eagle Asheville, NC

Aug 14 Third Man Records Nashville, TN

Aug 15 Park Street Saloon Columbus, OH

Aug 16 El Club Detroit, MI

Aug 17 Lee’s Palace Toronto, Canada

Aug 18 Fairmount theater Montreal, Canada

Aug 19 Royale Boston, MA

Aug 21 9:30 Club Washington, DC