Flier of the Week: Saddles

There's a vintage travel-poster vibe going on for this Friday night gig at Rogue Bar. The simple colors and lines work wonderfully; you feel like that cowboy gazing at the mount has a lot on his mind.

Walkingstick Presents is bringing you a solid lineup of local rock, presenting Saddles, Future Loves Past, The Muddy Moneys, The Riveras, and Jordan Campbell.

Plus, in keeping with the art deco theme, live art by Steve Caballero will be part of the gig, too.

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It's all going down this Friday, costs $5, and will begin at 7 p.m. The show is a 21 and up affair. More information about the show can be found here.

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