Concert announcement: June Jamboree at The Crofoot

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A festival at The Crofoot this month features a dozen performers spanning several pop genres. 

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Last year's June Jamboree was held at St. Andrew's Hall, but that baby was packed, so this year it’s been moved to The Crofoot in Pontiac *insert sunglasses emoji here.* It should be a wild time.



The festival takes place on Sunday, June 5, and doors are at 3 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $10 in advance and $15 at the door. That sounds like a pretty good price for an all-day band extravaganza.

There will be chances to get groovy with bands staying true to a classic rock sound like The Socos and The Toyz, along with a chance to lose complete control to the post-hardcore band, I, Monarch.



I Am Ninja will bring their Blink-182-esque style for some great jams to bounce around to and Daddy and the Long Legs will shed their emo/ pop-punk sound on the audience for a good time.

Things will get a little more punk with the garage-punk band Hail Alien, and Inori brings a blend of alternative and progressive rock.
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I Am Trouble will also make an appearance, adding to the mix of genres represented.

And if that’s not enough, Jae Retch will be bring hip-hop and rap. 

The official set times will be announced around 5 p.m. Friday on the Facebook page and the official Crofoot website, so you can be sure to make it in time for whatever tickles your eardrums. 

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