GOLDEN DAGGER WELCOMES:
w/ Morinda, Lucky Cloud
$10 // 21+
Tickets are required to attend. No Refunds. Artists receive 100% of all ticket sales. This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.
UPDATED VACCINATION & MASK POLICY: All guests that plan to stay on site are required to be fully vaccinated until further notice. You can show your physical vaccination card, a copy of your card, an email confirmation of your vaccination or a photo of your card at the door or to our baristas/bartenders. Your name or birth date must match your valid government-issued ID. Masks are required for all patrons while on site. You must wear a mask when speaking to staff or artists. Please respect our space and our staff while we continue to navigate the pandemic. If you fail to comply with our mask policy, you will be asked to leave.
Alayne May released her first EP, “Home is Coming,” in October 2020. Written and produced within the first few months of the pandemic, it presents youthful optimism through a blend of country, bluegrass, and indie-folk. “Home is Coming” pairs Alayne’s clear and emotive singing with masterful contributions from Aaron Smith (bass) and Andrew Krull (guitar, banjo, mandolin).
Her newest work embraces a harder, more indie-rock sound. “Strange Beings” is co-produced by Nick Levine (Jodi, Pinegrove) and Seth Engel (Options). It features contributions from Levine (pedal steel), Engel (drums), Krull (guitar, banjo), and Will Kyriazis (piano). “Strange Beings” explores intimate relationships, depression, trauma, and fear.