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In celebration of the release of ‘Anarchy, My Dear’, Say Anything will be at Second Spin in Santa Monica to meet with fans and sign copies of the album!
Say Anything Record Signing
1332 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90403
In celebration of the release of ‘Anarchy, My Dear’ next Tuesday, Say Anything will play a very special all ages show at the Viper Room in Los Angeles on Monday, March 12th, the day before the album’s release.
A few lucky fans have already RSVP’d to attend this exclusive event, but today, we’ve announced that this show will be streaming LIVE at RedBullUSA.com/SayAnything for everyone to watch!
Live concert at The Viper Room
Anarchy, My Dear Release Show
4:30pm PST / 7:30pm EST on Monday March, 12
Streaming at RedBullUSA.com/SayAnything
“I’m incredibly amped to finally return to what is my favorite international location to play: London. We intend to bring the loudness, British folk.” - Max
In celebration of the release of ‘Anarchy, My Dear’ next Tuesday, Say Anything will play a very special all ages show at the Viper Room in Los Angeles at 4pm on Monday, March 12th, the day before the album’s release. The first 40 people who RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org will be invited, with a guest, to be a part of this exclusive event! To RSVP, please email your full name and phone number to email@example.com. RSVPing does NOT guarantee entry. You will be notified via email with instructions on how to claim your tickets if you are one of the first 40. This concert will be filmed, so please note that you will need to be at the Viper Room by 3:30pm on Monday, no later. Please DO NOT RSVP if you know that you will not be able to make it to the venue on time.
Click the photo below to read YRB Magazine’s interview with Max!
Before its release on March 13th, you can stream ‘Anarchy, My Dear’ in its entirety from Billboard.com!
If you’ve ever been curious as to where the guys of Say Anything hone their arsenal of songs they take on the road, check out a panorama shot of their rehearsal space, below. For an amazing interactive look at the space, go HERE.
photo credit: Jeff Turner