Bar Flies at Valley Bar in Downtown Phoenix: Here's the March Lineup

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Bar Flies — the New Times/Valley Bar live reading series — is bursting at the seams. So we're trying to something new on March 10, when the same lineup of readers will perform twice in one night. Doors open at 6 p.m. for a show at 7, and another at 9. 

Katie Johnson is curating, and the theme is Smells Like Teen Spirit. The readers: Rachel Eseoghene Egboro, Valeria Fernandez, Robert Isenberg, Robbie Sherwood, and Stina Sieg. Jason Woodbury is providing the music.

Tickets are still $5, and now available through Ticketfly, both for the first show at 7 and the second show at 9.

If you are interested in participating in an upcoming Bar Flies event, contact Amy at amy.silverman@newtimes.com.

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