Win Tickets: Waxahatchee Plays 40 Watt Thursday

Philly-based folk outfit Waxahatchee plays the 40 Watt Club tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 19, with Screaming Females, Tenement and Grape Soda. Wanna win a pair of tickets? Comment below with why you deserve to go for free. We’ll choose a winner on Thursday at 4 p.m.

From this week’s paper:

Formerly the frontwoman for Birmingham punks P.S. Eliot, songwriter Katie Crutchfield has branched out on her own as Waxahatchee, a leaner, more melodic solo project. Now based in Philadelphia, Crutchfield has two stellar records of confessional folk-pop under her belt.

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