Event Details

Date

03/26/2017

Time

8:00 pm

Location

Knitting Factory
416 S. 9th St.
Boise, Idaho 83702
Website

Contact

(208) 367-1212

Region

Downtown Boise

Price

$35 General Admission, $80 Platinum Skybox & Reserved Balcony

About This Event

SOCIAL DISTORTION with JADE JACKSON at the Knitting Factory

March 26, 2017 | 8PM

 

Tickets are available at the Record Exchange, by calling 866-468-7624 and online at

TicketWeb.com or KnittingFactory.com.

 

Tickets: $35 General Admission,

$80 Platinum Skybox & Reserved Balcony

– General Admission, All Ages, Full Bar w/ ID –

 

Social Distortion is excited to announce that they’ll be hitting the road this March and April with special guest Jade Jackson! Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday, January 20 at 9am pst / 10am mst at www.socialdistortion.com/tours.

A limited number of exclusive pre-sale packages will also be available. Each package includes a general admission ticket, early entry into the venue, silkscreened tour poster autographed by the band (limited print, numbered), specially designed tour shirt and more. Packages will go on sale this Wednesday, January 18 at 10am pst / 10am mst.

Here’s how you know you’ve made it in the music business: You’ve stayed strong for three decades on your own terms, on your own time, by your own rules, and over that time your influence has only grown. Each of your albums has been stronger than your last. You’ve been brought onstage by Bruce Springsteen, because he wanted to play one of your songs. You’ve seen high times and low ones, good days and tragic days, but every night you give 100%, and every morning you wake up still swinging.

This is the short version of the Social Distortion bio — the long version could be a 10-part mini-series. But over the past 30 years, the punk godfathers in the band have all but trademarked their sound, a brand of hard rockabilly/punk that’s cut with the melodic, road-tested lyrics of frontman Mike Ness. Their searing guitars and a locomotive rhythm section sound as alive today as they did in ’82, as do Ness’ hard-luck tales of love, loss and lessons learned. “The most common thing I hear is, ‘Man, your music got me through some hard times,’” Ness says. “And I just say, ‘Me too.’”

(PLEASE VERIFY TIME WITH VENUE. WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR CHANGES OF START AND END TIMES)

Information provided by the Knitting Factory