Insane Clown Posse, Clipse, Gogol Bordello, The Morning Benders, Yonder Mountain String Band
More Just Announced
- Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to play first-ever headlining Milwaukee show June 20 at Milwaukee Theatre
- The Get Down will return to Turner Hall for annual New Year’s Eve bash
- Martin Short to perform at Pabst Theater January 18
- Screech strikes back: Dustin Diamond’s Bayside Bash returns to Turner Hall Nov. 27
- Metric to play Turner Hall Nov. 22
Say what you want about Insane Clown Posse, but the sub-mental shock-rap group has demonstrated an uncanny ability to gin up online chatter lately, whether it’s making instant-classic videos about the mysteries of magnets or organizing a public stoning of the world’s most tiresome reality star-singer-actress-(insert your favored epithet here). We’re also not immune to talking about ICP, who come back to Milwaukee Oct. 28 for a show at The Rave/Eagles Ballroom. From the far-more-reputable side of the hip-hop spectrum comes top-notch cocaine-rappers Clipse, who perform Oct. 15 at the Rave/Eagles Ballroom. Tickets for both shows go on sale at 10 a.m.
In other concert news:
- The always enjoyable gypsy-punk outfit Gogol Bordello touches down for what's sure to be a sweaty party Oct. 30 at Turner Hall. If you need extra motivation, this concert will be a benefit for Radio Milwaukee.
- The Morning Benders haven’t lived up to the hype that greeted their 2010 release Big Echo earlier this year, a problem the beatific indie-rockers hope to rectify via touring. The group visits Turner Hall Oct. 29.
- Pop-roots band Mumford & Sons has moved its Oct. 30 show from Pabst to Riverside Theater. Those looking for a more intimate finger-picking experience can now get it from Yonder Mountain String Band, whch performs Nov. 9 at the Pabst.