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Show Bar Presents

The Apricots

  July 27, 2024 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $12.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: June 19, 2024 10:00 AM to July 27, 2024 12:00 AM
Please note, when selecting the Print at Home or Mobile Delivery method, you will not have access to view your tickets until 14 days prior to the performance
 
 
w/ Trinity Jane & Kendall Lujan
 
 
 The Apricots
 
The Apricots are an indie-folk-rock band from Portland, OR that thrives on vocal harmony. At their core, they're just a group of best friends that have found purpose in this band. Their songs will make you swoon one minute and groove the next.
 
 
Trinity Jane

Trinity Jane’s music blurs the lines between the grounding of the mind and matters of the heart with her songwriting. 

 

Living in Portland, she is accompanied by her band. They together write and perform 

cathartic melodies rooted in alternative rock and folk. An elemental pallet saturated in emotion. A sound all her own, that harkens to generations past.

 

 Kendall Lujan

Portland, Oregon based artist, Kendall Lujan embarks on her first full length album “Lucky Penny’ it is set to be released Fall 2024. After releasing her Debut self titled EP last Spring, featured on official playlist for Spotify and Apple Music. Lujan also gaining attention from NPR’s Tiny Desk, MTV and winning the John Lennon Songwriting contest. Sharing the stage with Amos Lee, Frazey Ford (of The Be Good Tanyas), Allie Crow Buckley, Early James, and The Magnetic Fields.

Her writing is real, introspective and reflective. After touring the songs in Europe twice this past Fall Lujan is ready to show her versatility and growth as an artist. The first single to be released late March 2024 titled ‘Goodbyes’. The song explores mourning and loss of important people in your world. In the sense of ending romantic relationships it explores the process of knowing when someone isn’t suited for your life or growth any longer. Lujan writes “I wrote this song to remind myself that even though things are hard you will meet those people who stick around eventually.” Even though people come and go in your world, remembering that there will be lots of cries and laughs on your journey to finding those people who see you for who you are. The main hook stating: ‘it takes a lot of goodbyes to get to forever.


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