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No Age, Pink, at the CAC

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No Age, Pink, at the CAC

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No Age, Pink, Poster
Limited-edition hand numbered and signed
18"x24" Silkscreen 3-color print on 100lb. French paper

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Sold at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, OH. and Visionaries + Voices

Sub Pop’s No Age release new material with special performance in collaboration with Cincinnati creatives

We Have Become Vikings are proud to announce Los Angeles natives and Sub Pop band, No Age, are performing at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Art Center (CAC) on Monday, September 9th, at 8pm as part of a collaboration between the band, Visionaries and Voices, CAC, and We Have Become Vikings.

No Age, a critically acclaimed experimental punk band, will be playing songs from their fourth and newest full-length album, An Object. Unique to this performance in Cincinnati will be a stage installation by Visionaries and Voices artists Curtis Davis and Kevin White  along with Krista Gregory and two pieces of merchandise available for purchase. Show attendees will be able to purchase a limited edition No Age cassette featuring cover art by V+V artist, Dale Jackson, as well as a poster designed by We Have Become Vikings, V+V artists Kathleen Brannigan and Cathrine Whited, and screenprinted by Cincinnati’s Cryptogram.

The event came together when the band’s booking agent contacted We Have Become Vikings and asked them to assist with setting up a show in Cincinnati. WHBV’s Jason Snell and Mike Gibboney approached Visionaries + Voices, a non-profit that provides artistic, cultural, and professional opportunities for artists with disabilities, and inquired about opportunities to collaborate. WHBV later approached the CAC and brought them on board as a partner in producing the event. Get tickets: