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Thursday, November 5, 2009

House of Blues Gives Music Fans a Gift on Its Birthday

Posted By on Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 12:44 PM


House of Blues is celebrating its fifth anniversary today by selling a bunch of concert tickets for only $5.

Of course, you could argue that House of Blues should pay you $5 to see Ace Frehley or Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, but who are we to look a gift horse in the mouth?

So, you have till midnight to score really cheap general-admission tickets to the following shows:

# 11/6 Hatebreed
# 11/7 Wish You Were Here — Sight & Sound of Pink Floyd
# 11/9 The Cult
# 11/10 Skinny Puppy
# 11/11 Ace Frehley
# 11/13 Trippin Billies — The Ultimate Dave Matthews Tribute Band
# 11/17 Saving Abel
# 11/24 Thunder From Down Under
# 11/25 After Midnight Project
# 11/27 Red Wanting Blue
# 11/28 LMFAO
# 12/3 Underoath
# 12/8 Cross Canadian Ragweed
# 12/15 Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
# 12/18 & 12/16 Michael Stanley & The Resonators
# 12/17 Chimaira
# 12/29 Carlos Jones & The PLUS Band
# 12/30 Rusted Root

Go to or Or you could do it the old-school way and head to the House of Blues box office or a Ticketmaster location to pick 'em up.

While we're at it — what's your favorite House of Blues show from the past five years? I'm voting for Wilco in 2005, with Randy Newman and Thunderclap Newman covers. —Michael Gallucci

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