Love Me Nots To Play Free 18+ Show at Yucca Tap Room Sunday

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Every now and then, the Yucca Tap Room hosts 18 + shows.

On Sunday, October 2, as something of a courtesy to Love Me Nots bassist Sophie O. -- who's shy of the 21 mark herself -- Valley Fever at Yucca Tap Room will be an 18-and-over affair.

Valley Fever usually features acts slightly more rustic than the Love Me Nots, and this Sunday is no exception. Americana hellraisers The Hashknife Outfit will hold down the country aspect, joined by old fashioned rock 'n' rollers Hopeless Jack & the Handsome Devils and DJ Johnny Volume, who is comfortable in both the punk and country worlds.

As is usually the case at the Yucca, the show is free, and the music will run from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Check out the bands in action below.

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