One ticket covers up to 6 guests seated together in Section Two. Exact table location in this section will be assigned at the time of arrival.
Kiss the Tiger is rock and roll. Like, actually rock and roll. Screaming, raw songs are blasted through loud guitar and bass amps, catchy two-part harmonies come at the right time, the drumming is complex but straight to the point, and Meghan Kreidler is the archetype of the great rock and roll performer. You know, where you can see their eyes go infinite, energy coming from some other plane, her performance is magnetic like necessity. She can talk to you (à la Bully), yell at you (à la Violent Love), and serenade you with beauty (Sister Love) all within minutes. Kiss the Tiger is the latest in the lineage of American rock and roll and you can taste it. The 90 minutes will feel like you’re doing hand-to-hand combat while being chased by a bear, but in the good way. This band is badass and I promise you want to grab a table for this one. Bring your mom and dad, they’ll have flashbacks of ’70s rock ‘n’ roll. Or bring your 22-year-old kid and how it feels to see American rock and roll.
The loading dock at Indeed has operated in more ways than its name suggests this past year, and its versatility continues as we transform it into a stage on Tuesday nights this summer. While not a true-blue music venue, the dock is an ephemeral place for local artists to get back to work in filling the world and your ears with live music once again. Pair the safe and sound live entertainment with your favorite summer suds from Indeed (we are a brewery first and foremost, after all).
Off the Dock is a Covid-safe space with seated room only. Tables, rather than individual tickets, are available for purchase and include a mix of 2-tops, 4-tops, and 6-tops. Each zone features varying vantage points of the stage and are priced accordingly. The shows go on rain or shine. Doors open at 7:30pm; entertainment starts at 8:30pm.