It’s time to break out your finest Guess jeans and Members Only jacket. That’s right; it’s time to relive your 80’s glory days with the Spazmatics this weekend. The almost mythical band will be in Concan, Texas for one night only and we have all the details for you below.
About the Show
The Spazmatics will be performing at the House Pasture Cattle Company on Saturday, July 29, 2017. The doors open at 5 pm with the concert scheduled to start at 9 pm (though the start time is subject to change) and all ages are welcome to attend the performance. Get your tickets here and share the most radical decade in US history with someone you love.
About the Spazmatics
Born in 1983 as the result of a lost debate over string theory, the Spazmatics have been delighting fans around the country ever since. While the backstory is completely made up (you can read the full legend in the info section of this page), these guys are seriously talented and dedicated to their roles both within the band, and as the characters they portray. The group has become so popular that there are now factions and divisions all over the country to serve the regions surrounding their bases of operations. They have also worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies such as Dell, Motorola, General Mills, and Southwest Airlines as well as sports franchises like the Houston Texans and San Antonio Spurs to provide entertainment.
Playing the Hits
As previously mentioned, the band is all about playing the hits from the 80’s that we all know and love. From the B-52’s to the Clash, these guys can do it all and live to bring your favorite songs back to life for your listening enjoyment. Below you can find some examples of the music they have been known to play.
- White Wedding – Billy Idol
- Video Killed the Radio Star – Buggles
- Take On Me – Ah Ha
- Wake Me Up – Wham
- Just Like Heaven – The Cure
- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun – Cindy Lauper
- Land Down Under – Men at Work
- 99 Luft Balloons – Nina
- Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield
- What I Like About You – The Romantics
- Whip It – Devo
- Tainted Love – Soft Cell
- We Got The Beat – The Go Go’s
- Hungry Like the Wolf – Duran Duran
- Relax – Frankie Goes to Hollywood