We all love rock shows. At least most of the people reading this blog probably do. There are some of us who can stay out at all hours of the night and not be bothered the day after, but there are also a good amount of us who either a) are too young to be allowed to getting up to such shenanigans after dark or b) are too old (or feel too old, like myself) to keep up with the usual rockers. Luckily for fans of Atlanta's Soul Stash, there is an option other than the late-night music fest, and that is an early show at Smith's Olde Bar on February 28. Starting at an it's-still-light-outside hour of 6 p.m. (and that's when the band goes on – doors open at 5), you'll be safe back in your bed before 10 p.m. with time to spare on that curfew.
For the older, night-owl fans, the band will be playing another set at 9 p.m. to open up for the Rebirth Brass Band, who are headlining that night. Get the all-ages tickets here and the later, 21+ tickets here.