Sunday, February 7, 2010
We are psyched to announce the inaugural UMBowl!
UMBowl 2010 will be a unique interactive Umphrey's McGee experience. This 4+ hour extravaganza will be unlike any other Umphrey's event to date – the UMBowl will be a show for the ages!
The evening will be broken up into four quarters of music, each with a different interactive theme. The 1st quarter will kick off with an acoustic set chosen entirely by attendees. Well in advance of the show, each ticket buyer will receive a ballot to vote for which songs UM will give the acoustic treatment – and that's just the beginning. Further juicy details for the remaining quarters will be revealed shortly. Attendees will have unprecedented opportunities to showcase their musical coaching skills and truly get in the game. In addition to ticketing and travel packages, UMBowl will feature tailgating options, a halftime show, limited edition merch, and loads of other sweetness to make this a night to remember. For now, save the date:
2424 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
Saturday April 24, 2010
Doors 7:00 pm, Show 8:00 pm
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