An evening with Insomniac Folklore.
Insomniac Folklore is nearly 5 months into a 6 1/2 month tour of the United States and they will be making a stop in St Louis to play an intimate house concert on July 20th.
Insomniac Folklore is a project born out of wanderlust, nostalgia, and copious amounts of strong coffee. They offer intense and entertaining live shows, enticing audiences into an energetic whirlwind of imagined days gone by. At present, the group is made up of Reverend Tyler Hentschel, Amanda Curry, and Adrienne Hentschel, with frequent appearances by Wallace the singing sheep. Their music, to which they lovingly refer as "Tantrum Folk," has been described as a combination of '60s folk-rock, '70s punk, indie-rock, and vaudeville. In the vernacular, this translates to a heartfelt and theatrical stomp-along party which may very well leave you in tears.
Ps. Their violin player Lisa and accordion player Josh may also be joining them!
Tickets at $6 in Advance or $10 at the Door.
All Ages. Tickets are limited.
For info contact Marc at:
314-814-0950 or IDisposable@gmail.com
Official Insomniac Folklore Websites:
The Brooks Home. (View)
938 Morrison Ave.
St Louis, MO 63104
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|