Three Imaginary Girls

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If you are a fan of the funk-psychedelic feminista sci-fi epics of local duo THEESatisfaction, you probably can’t wait until the awE naturalE release show at Neumo’s on March 29. And now you don’t have to! THEESatisfaction are playing two daytime sets {11 am and 1 pm} for Town Hall's Saturday Family Concerts.

On Saturday, February 18, Stasia Irons and Catherine Harris-White are bringing their positive, feminist energy with the warmth and depth of Black Jazz and Sunday morning soul to the next generation. They only have a few DJ sets scheduled locally between now and their release show, and they’ll be touring Europe in April — so this could be your last chance to see them play live for a while. Best part? You’ll have plenty of time for dinner before heading down the hill to see The Presidents of the United States at the Showbox.

So, pack up the kiddies and head to Town Hall for an intergenerational hour of live music. And if you don’t have kids, borrow some: tickets are only $5 for adults with children, but unaccompanied adults pay $25.    

Tickets to THEESatisfaction and other Family Concerts are available online.