Days N Daze

with The Bridge City Sinners, Apes of the State and Crazy & The Brains

All Ages
Tuesday, October 12
Doors: 5pm Show: 6pm

Moonrunners Music Fest Presents: The Official Moonrunners After Party!

Tuesday, October 12th
5pm Doors – 6pm Show Time – All Ages – $20 Advance 

Days N Daze with Bridge City Sinners
Apes of the State 
Crazy and the Brains

***Anyone entering the concert will be required to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result for entry. Final dose of vaccination must be received no less than 14 days prior to the event. The COVID-19 test must be administered by a professional lab within 72 hours of the event. We will accept a hard copy of your vaccination card or negative test result, a printed photocopy or a digital image on your phone, and must match your Government-issued ID.***

Days N' Daze is a band from Houston performing a type of folk punk they have called 'H-Town Thrashgrass'. Promoting a strong DIY ethic, Days N' Daze independently records, produces, and promotes all their own music. Song themes range from anarchism and environmental issues to anxiety, alcoholism, and parties. They are known for their energetic live shows. Days N' Daze have toured extensively in the US/Canada, have been to Europe twice in 2016 and 2018, playing anything from house shows to festivals, playing alongside the likes of Leftöver Crack and Weezer.
These are not your grandparents’ traditional folk tunes. Bewitched and distorted, the Bridge City Sinners take pre-war American traditionals, songs about cats, and original tunes in the direction towards the soul of a punk rocker. Lead singer Libby Lux and upright bass player Scott Michaud infrequently started playing music together on the streets of Portland, Oregon over six years ago. They would meet up without rehearsal nor a plan with other various street musicians to sing and yell at passer byers. Years before that, on their separate journeys, they traveled, hitch-hiked, and howled at the moon across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. In hobo fashion, they earned what they’d eat and roofs over their heads by the papers and coins tossed into their hat. Through their years of wandering, they were able to pick up a rich catalog of songs passed through the traveling / busking community. In 2012, their mutual best friend and lead singer of folk-punk band Profane Sass, passed away when he fell off a train in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. In a way the Bridge City Sinners are a homage to keep his spirit alive and continue passing along the music they all sang together on the streets, hidden in trains, and in living rooms across the continent. Buckling down in the 2016, the Bridge City Sinners were formed. Adding two fellow travelers on washboard and guitar (Pitch Goose & Ben Barnes), a banjo sweet heart from West Virginia (Hunter Rukstad), and an elementary school music teacher on the clarinet (Ryan Duff). They blend their six voices into a mosaic of edgy harmonies and fervent joyfulness. They now have jobs; they now have stable living quarters. They will be touring in May of 2017 throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Apes of the State is an independent folk-pop-punk band from Lancaster, PA. We are a bunch of kids who really aren't kids anymore trying to do this music thing and just be happy in life.