Thu, Oct 28 | Slowdown

Tokyo Police Club / Pkew Pkew Pkew at Slowdown

Tokyo Police Club are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their album "Champ" and are bringing Pkew Pkew Pkew along for the ride!
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Tokyo Police Club / Pkew Pkew Pkew at Slowdown

Time & Location

Oct 28, 8:00 PM
Slowdown, 729 N 14th St, Omaha, NE 68102, USA

About the event

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Per Artist request, entry to this event will require proof of a completed (14 days after final dose) COVID-19 vaccination -OR- proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken in the previous 48 hours. Proof of vaccination may be in the form of the completed CDC card or a digital image of the card, along with a matching photo ID. Proof of a negative test may be printed or digital and must originate from a clinic or pharmacy (i.e. no “at home” tests), and be presented along with a matching photo ID.

For a list of FREE vaccination clinics or FREE testing options, visit www.douglascountyhealth.com.

Doors at 7:00pm Front Room $18 Advance/$20 Day of Show

All ages show. Check entry requirements at http://theslowdown.com/All-Ages and https://www.theslowdown.com/covid-19/

About Tokyo Police Club If the universe had tilted the tiniest bit, there would be no TPC—the not-quite self-titled fourth (and best) Tokyo Police Club album. By 2016, singer-bassist and chief songwriter Dave Monks had settled into life in New York City; he made a solo record and did some co-writing. Drummer Greg Alsop was living and working in L.A. Keyboard player Graham Wright and guitarist Josh Hook remained in the band’s native Canada. Tokyo Police Club created songs via e-mail, thinking they had enough natural chemistry and experience to make that setup work. But eventually, the lack of friction meant there was less musical spark, and it dawned on everybody that the end was near. There was resignation, not anger, when Wright, Alsop, and Hook told Monks they were done with the band. They didn’t expect him to disagree.

More info and music at theslowdown.com

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