Jon Wayne & The Pain + Useful Jenkins Mpls

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Jon Wayne and the Pain says
Jon Wayne and the Pain for the first time ever will play TWO big nights right here at home in Minneapolis. Night 1 will feature our super close homies Useful Jenkins followed by an old school JWP set!

We'll be releasing 2 brand new tracks this weekend. 2 day passes are SOLD OUT.
Single Day tickets are on sale.
TICKETS:
Friday Night 1 Acoustic: http://bit.ly/Night1MPLS
Saturday Night 2 Electronic: http://bit.ly/Night2MPLS
2 Day Pass: SOLD OUT

RSVP and Invite Friends!

Night 2 EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1692332314341934/

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Videos:
https://youtu.be/Dv1WQVXNbWE - Profit Over People (Live)
https://youtu.be/S3IT7rmjDVE - It Ain’t So feat. Nahko
https://youtu.be/sxsPZ-OgwWg - Vibes
http://youtu.be/s0KeTrYED0s - Pilot Whales
http://youtu.be/hxZTXtR4s0c? - One More Trip

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKfdduVqXZ8 - Pipe Dreams
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlIc48eR-lg - The 99%

https://youtu.be/tswvKKIPy7w - Wharf Rat Feat. Keller Williams

Bio:
For nearly a decade, electronic reggae-dub innovators Jon Wayne and The Pain have been crafting a unique sound, one that features a mesmerizing blend of modern age electronic beats fused with upbeat traditional roots reggae and a fresh layer of grooving funk to keep the soul moving in all the right ways. The Twin Cities-based ensemble burst onto the festival scene in 2007 following their debut self-titled album, and has since built a highly devoted following through multi-dimensional jamming, extensive touring and thoughtful, relevant songwriting. Inscrutable and unpredictable, Jon Wayne and The Pain’s cutting edge style has taken them across the nation to some of the country’s biggest music festivals including Electric Forest, Summer Camp, Cali Roots and Wakarusa. Their transcendent live performances and fluid chemistry has propelled them to the forefront of a new generation of reggae music, and with an ever-changing musical landscape, it is evident that this Midwestern quartet is becoming a force to be reckoned with.
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