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The Big Show 2016

An annual concert that takes place at the Foundry, the Big Show features 20 bands and a slew of vendors. The big news for this year: Local hardcore heroes Run Devil Run will play what the promoters say will be the band's first local concert since 2002. That's 14 long years. Fronted by Don Foose, Run Devil Run built a reputation based on fierce live performances at places like the Agora and the now-shuttered Peabody's Down Under. Other acts on the bill include the Eddie Leeway Show, Lifeless, Drowning, Homewrecker, Steel Nation and more. Bands will perform at both the Foundry and at the Symposium Niteclub. The merch and vendor marketplace will open at noon; doors for the show open at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. (Niesel)

Venue Details

  • The Foundry

    11729 Detroit Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs

    216-555-6669

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