Indie rock band Tokyo Police Club bursted onto the scene in 2006 with 16 minutes of music—A Lesson In Crime EP—that garnered an ecstatic response, the Newmarket, Ontario quartet has never looked back. The band is composed of Monks, Graham Wright (keys), Josh Hook (guitar) and Greg Alsop (drums). The group is currently on tour in support of their fourth full-length album, Forcefield, released in March via Mom + Pop Music.
On Monday, May 5, Tokyo Police Club will be performing a headlining concert at Emo’s. San Francisco indie up-and-comers Geographer co-headline. Vancouver-based indie quintet Said The Whale open the show. The best part? We have two tickets to giveaway to one of our lucky Red River Noise readers.
The giveaway will be conducted as a raffle from our email list. Just click “enter the drawing” below after submitting your full name and email address. Only submissions with full names will be officially entered. We will pick the winner from these submissions before 3 p.m. on Monday, the day of the show. The winner will be notified via email from Red River Noise. Good luck!
Emo’s is located at 2015 E. Riverside Dr. Doors open at 8 p.m. Music starts at 9 p.m. All ages are welcome. Advance tickets for this show can be purchased online here.