8/3: Rock Eupora’s Album Release Show @ Little Harpeth

One of the only bad things about surf rock: it makes us feel like we should be sitting in the sand with a beer. But then, of course, we aren’t sitting on the beach with a beer. Surf rock is a cruel mistress.

Though you may have to wait until your next vacation or global warming to bring the beach to you, Rock Eupora is bringing you all the good, classic surf-rock vibes without ever leaving Nashville. Best part? They are playing at Little Harpeth Brewery this week. You won’t get to put your feet in the sand or anything, but you can at least put a beer to your lips tomorrow from 7 p.m. until 1:30 a.m.

Rock Eupora will be playing their new record from front to back, so you won’t want to miss this kick-off show and listening party. The band will be supported by Staying For The Weekend, Flyco, and Parker Hodges. Tickets are only $7 in advance, so buy yours here.

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