Concert Reviews

How to Turn a Concert Into a Celebration, With Dry Ice, Crystals and Rubedo

The poster and fliers for Rubedo's show over the weekend at the hi-dive featured the trio as comic-strip space explorers, holding laser guns. The fliers came with bags of crystals, and the Facebook page for the event encouraged people to bring the crystals to the show.

They were both part of the theme of the evening, which band manager Annie Geimer described as "'70s retro space-apocalyptic. We're launching off."

See also: Rubedo Is the Voice of the Music Culture of Today

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