Incoming: The Casualties, The Aquabats, The Get Up Kids at the Glass House; Airborne Toxic Event at the Fox

The Airborne Toxic Event, very clearly creating a fire hazard.
The Airborne Toxic Event, very clearly creating a fire hazard.
Kristy Sparrow

As always, big things poppin' in downtown P-town.

Got three new Glass House shows to tell you about. Long-running east coast punk band the Casualties, who are releasing their eighth studio album We Are All We Have on August 25, hit the venue three days later (August 28 for the non-math inclined). $15 in advance, $17 at the door. Krum Bums (haha, good name) and Mouth Sewn Shut open. On sale now.

Orange County favorite sons the Aquabats , possibly best known these days for the involvement in trippy kiddie show Yo Gabba Gabba!, play the Glass House on September 12. $17 now, $18 day-of, and tickets go on sale Saturday, June 20 at noon.

The recently reunited Get Up Kids continue their tour celebrating the 10th anniversary (and re-release) of Something to Write Home About with a show at the ol' GH on September 23. Youth Group and Pretty & Nice open. Tickets are $23 before the show, $26 on the day of. On sale "soon," says the venue's promoters. OK, cool.

And, coming to the Fox, the ultra-popular Los Feliz band Airborne Toxic Event (another highlight in a 2009 that already included a gig at Coachella and lots of other kudos). That's $18, and it takes place on September 17. But wait, there's more! A pre-sale, starting tomorrow (Friday) at 10 a.m., and ending tomorrow (still Friday) at 10 p.m. Password is "WHITENOISE." General on-sale Saturday at noon.


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