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Zola Jesus Performing at Webster Hall

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On Saturday, February 18th, experimental rock singer, Zola Jesus will be performing at Webster Hall.

The 22 year-old, Russian-American from Wisconsin has released three EP’s and three full-length albums since her teenage years. Her latest album, “Conatus” has received positive reviews from music critics and fans alike. Heather Phares from AllMusic opined that “this is music made in and for the darkest hours.” The album received an 8/10 score from Spin Magazine and the Los Angeles Times gave it 3.5 out of four stars.

Fans of Zola (or curious music lovers) can see her this Saturday, live at Webster Hall for only $15 per ticket. Doors will open at 6pm and the show kicks off at 7pm. The show is only open for the 18 and over crowd, so don’t take your little brother or sister with you.

The duo, Talk Normal and the black metal band, Liturgy will also be performing on Saturday. If you’re looking for some new music or if you’re tired of the same old playlist on the radio or club, head down to Webster Hall and experience some tunes by musicians who aren’t afraid to push the limits.

The Bowery Presents Zola Jesus
Saturday, February 18th at 6pm
Price: $15
Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street (between 3rd & 4th Ave.)
[East Village]

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