See the Staxx Brothers for free at Everett show

Let’s assume we all survive this whole end of the world thing on Friday. What do you plan to do with your weekend? I know it’s hard to think that far ahead with the pending apocalypse and all but something tells me there will be a tomorrow.

Well the good news is that The Staxx Borthers have been planning ahead for you and this Saturday night the Everett band is playing a free show in their hometown. That’s right, FREE. If you didn’t count on the end of the world to get you out of buying Christmas gifts this year, then a free show is probably sounding pretty good right about now.

The Staxx Brothers always throw a good party and this shouldn’t be any exception. The show is at The Anchor on Hewitt and will get started around 8 p.m.

Check The Staxx Brothers out below.

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