Join local rock and roll band Pacifico tonight at Spanish Moon for its album release party.
Pacifico’s Matthew Schwartz calls the band a “musical patchwork slowly pieced together by a revolving door of both established and roaming musicians, each adding a unique, artistic inch to the project at hand.”
Schwartz and company will perform Pacifico’s third full-length album Everest, previewing the album track by track. Everest will be officially released Oct. 20.
The event will also feature poetry from LSU professor, published poet and co-author of Everest’s lyrics Vincent Cellucci, a performance by Denton Hatcher and his band and, to bring the night to a close, an ‘80s and ‘90s dance party with DJ Ian Means Dyer.
Local pop-up Secret Lair Taqueria will be serving food.
Pacifico is currently on a national tour. In the coming weeks, the band will perform in New Mexico, California and Oregon.
Doors open at 7 p.m. tonight, Oct. 12. The show begins at 8 p.m. Cover is $8. Spanish Moon is at 1109 Highland Road.