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Monday, August 30, 2021

Local Singer-Songwriter Dragaan to Debut Unreleased Tunes at Mahall's on Sept. 7

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click to enlarge Flyer for Dragaan's upcoming show. - COURTESY OF DRAGAAN
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  • Flyer for Dragaan's upcoming show.
Local singer-songwriter Dragaan just announced that he'll headline his first concert at Mahall's on Sept. 7. The concert will also feature local talent Jul Big Green and Lauren Lanzaretta.

Dragaan, who released the funky "Hindsight" earlier this summer, says he'll play tunes from his entire discography as well as four unreleased songs, turning the experience into an intimate listening party.



"People were really pushing me to have this concert and cracking jokes at me for just sitting in my room making music," Dragaan says in a press release. "Having this concert was a good excuse to go out again, dance, and reconnect with people. This is also a great excuse to test out my new songs. I'm excited to see this city turn up. The goal of this concert for me is to make it memorable. Like any good music, a show needs good dynamic: high highs and low lows. I'm not sure when I'll perform again this year so I want this show to really stick with people."

Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the show is required for entry. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Tickets to Dragaan show at Mahall's cost $10.

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