Feb
25
Feb 26

SAT 2.25 - Tarantino Costume & Dance Party - 10pm

Kitty-cats and Daddy-O's, come on down to The Atlantic for a Tarantino-themed costume and dance party featuring burlesque performances by members of the Mischievous Madams Burlesque Troupe

DJ Cameron Gregory will be spinning K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70's and all the other jams from Quentin Tarantino's movies. We'll have a costume contest, themed drinks, and movies on the big screen. 

$5 Cover · 21+
Doors at 10 PM
Burlesque at 11 PM & Midnight

The Atlantic Nightspot
15 N. Main Street
MischievousMadams.com

Mar
4
Mar 5

SAT 3.04 - Wreckless Eric, Rob Coe, Waylon Thornton - 10pm

Motorbreath Presents:
Saturday, March 4th

Wreckless Eric is Eric Goulden. He was given the name to hide behind. After a while he realised he was stuck with it. Onstage he hides behind nothing, he tells the truth with big open chords, squalls of feedback, lilting enchantment, bizarre stories and backchat.

His new album “amERICa” out now on Fire Records is enjoying universal acclaim from critics and public alike.

Nothing Eric has to say sounds like it was said by someone else first. Some people can’t take it. Thirty seven years of touring have left him in good shape. He’s coming to town.

“One of the greatest songwriters ever to come out of Great Britain” Marc Riley BBC 6 MUSIC

“amERICa is that rare record. Goulden is grownup, with all of the stereotypical benefits: an air of wisdom, emotional texture, and, perhaps most cliché of all, a seasoned voice. amERICa isn’t complacent or satisfied; Wreckless Eric anatomizes his surroundings with the wide-eyed thrill of discovery. His American flyover reveals simmering cultural disturbances and essential beauty alike.” Pitchfork

“Wreckless Eric has always been a pop musician. That is, he writes melodies with hooks in the chorus and fills his verses with quick, vivid details aimed to make you nod your head in recognition. The precise nostalgia and wry yearning he brings to this slice of autobiography rings true, funny and poignant.” Ken Tucker, NPR/Fresh Air

plus special guests:
Robert Coe
Waylon Thornton
10pm, $6