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Last Call On A Controlled Accident

One week from right now, people will be talking about the amaze balls performances that were offered at Sterling Stage as Brutal By Design presents a single day special event, dubbed A Controlled Accident. A history making day will be had by all, as Ryan Montbleau and Hayley Jane present the Sterling Stage debut of their new project, Yes Darling. This performance will be heavy on the story telling and vaudeville performance art style. In addition to Yes Darling, A Controlled Accident will feature sets from a cross section of the area’s best acts, including Joe Driscoll, Spring Street Family Band, Big Sexy and the Scrambled Eggs, as well as Astro Collective, Timothy J, BSG, and the Primus tribute act, Kansas Wine. You will be hard pressed to find a more intimate day of music. Period.

If you haven’t bought your ticket yet, the time is NOW. There is no holding out for one more paycheck. One week from right now, you will either be telling stories about the once in a lifetime weekend you just experienced, or else you will be rubbernecking on someone else’s conversation about the amazing Sterling weekend they had while you were busy holding out. You decide.

Presales tickets are $50 at Brutalbydesign.com or the Groovy Shop in Cicero.

Ticket prices increase to $60 on the day of the show and will be available at the gate. Each ticket includes free camping!

 

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I am a MUSIC LOVER, born in CNY, always lived here. I used to claim I was born 25 years too late and missed music's greatest era, but have since discovered my niche in this digital age of music and found I am right where I belong. I have witnessed many a magical moment while enjoying music of the now.
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