Smart Bets: Dup Fest

By now you've probably heard the sad/infuriating story about how local musician Dup Crosson (Saint Solitude, To All My Dear Friends) was robbed of $5,000 worth of equipment — a devastating blow to a professional musician. Now the happier news: The local music community is rallying behind Crosson with a benefit show on Thursday, March 22 at The LAB. The lineup includes Albert Adams, WorldLine, Saint Solitude and Knives and Daggers as well as raffles and a silent auction. All money raised goes to help Crosson replace his gear. 9 p.m., $5 minimum donation.


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