There are no tickets and this is an all ages show. If you purchased a ticket to the original show at Arranmore Farm + Polo, you should have received an email with further details. You are encouraged to bring blankets, folding tables and chairs. Pets, Fire Pits, Market Umbrellas and Tents are NOT allowed. This is the first outdoor concert of this kind at Solemn Oath Brewery.
Food service and Entry Gates open will begin at 5PM. The bottle share portion of the original event is cancelled.
Headlining this one-of-a-kind show is White Mystery. Miss Alex White & Francis Scott Key White are sibling rock’n’roll duo White Mystery from Chicago. Since April 20, 2008, White Mystery self-released eight records, played 1000 shows on three continents with the likes of Iggy Pop, Garbage, Thee Ohsees, and Patti Smith; modeled for Levi’s Jeans; performed in the Sundance film Station to Station; earned rave reviews from MTV, VICE, NPR “Sound Opinions,” and High Times; jammed on a parade float with Sir Richard Branson; and rocked the NBC late night TV show, Last Call with Carson Daly. Witness for yourself what Pitchfork calls, “jovial rock’n’roll delivery and DIY sensibility.”
Opening at 6PM will be Rebel Soul Revival. This band navigates through classic southern rock waters, picking up elements of funk and jam rock along the way. Based out of Chicago, IL (USA) they are an original band that prides itself on the unique and energetic show and experience they give to fans at every revival.
This event is free and welcome to all.
Nobel House will be joining us on the grill with their made-from-scratch recipes including house-smoked meats taken from their inspiration of the legendary Alfred Nobel. Why Nobel, you might ask? In a word – excellence.
As always let us know if you’re curious about something. Email us at email@example.com or hit us up on the socials. We’re here for you and might even be down to mediate with your in-laws over a few beers.
Sometimes at Solemn Oath we listen to rock and sometimes we listen to rap. On occasion you might hear some jazz, pop, or a splash of early punk. The important thing to realize is that we’re always lively. Always accomplishing something. Always planning for what we hope will not be your favorite new thing, or the brewery’s favorite new thing, but our favorite thing together. Never complacent and always adapting. Changing the world, probably.