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St. Mannequins won't actually eat you.

Irrational fears are a difficult subject to talk about with endearment, but somehow St. Mannequins managed to write a beautiful acoustic diddy about getting sucked into space and being eaten by sharks. Tomorrow night, you can see them and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., another band that plays mellow rock, play in the gallery at Le Poisson Rouge. The best part? It’s FREE.

Tomorrow night, NYU’s MEISA throws some quality rock shows, and they know the only thing better than a concert is a FREE concert. And even better than that is a concert where you can get free shit, aside from other people’s sweat on your clothes, which MEISA also figured out. That’s why in addition to the bands playing acoustic sets, there will be raffle drawings and drink specials throughout the night. The drinks are named after the bands, so I hope they don’t involve any motor oil or plastic shavings. No matter what the drinks are, you’ll have a good time.

FREE St. Mannequins and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. show
The Gallery at
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street, between Sullivan and Thompson [Manhattan]
Thursday, March 25, 6-9pm

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