Doomtree has announced the group’s Last Blowout Ever event series, a final installment of the group’s long-running annual festivities.
This does not mark the end of Doomtree, according to a press release. In fact, the group has an album set to be released at the start of 2015. However, it does mark the end of their Blowout concert series. This year, the Blowout is set to include many events in several days. The group’s itinerary is an extensive one and it is as follows:
“Starting on December 6, Doomtree will kick off the week at the Turf Club with a 21 and over show,” the group says in a press release. “December 7 will be a special Surly Doomtree Day in conjunction with Surly Brewing. Many more details on that creative collaboration coming soon. Monday the 8th will be a 21 and over show at Icehouse that features Doomtree side projects. Tuesday will be all about the kids: Doomtree members will visit local schools, crashing preschool story time and a high school media center. In the evening, they’ll play an all-ages show at the Triple Rock. Wednesday, December 10 marks the 10-year anniversary of the original Doomtree Blowout—a decade to the day—so why not go back to its original location? The crew will be performing an 18 and over show at the Varsity Theater that night and, as an added bonus, tpt will be there taping a new episode of their The Lowertown Line music series. Then Thursday through Saturday, Doomtree will return to First Avenue’s Mainroom to close out the week. At noon before the Friday show, they’ll head into The Current’s UBS Forum for an interview and performance in front of a live audience. This year’s Blowout is sponsored by The Current, Vita.mn, and Surly.”
Doomtree recently released its “Every Single Day” book, a look back at the group’s history.