Did you put off getting tickets to Wye Oak’s Ottobar show on Nov. 18? Bad news: It’s sold out.
Hey, we tried to tell you. The duo of guitarist/vocalist Jenn Wasner and percussionist Andy Stack is coming back through town behind the band’s sixth album, “The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs,” and there’s always a great connection between Wye Oak and a hometown audience. It’s not to be missed.
The good news is the band just added a second show the day before the sold-out one, on Saturday Nov. 17, and, the band said on Twitter, it will be the last chance to catch them this year.
DAMN B'more you bought those tickets up fast! Thank you 😊 But FEAR NOT we have added another night at @ottobuddy for those of y'all who weren't quick enough on the draw. This will definitely be your last chance to see us this year, so jump on it!https://t.co/QY58iAngVY pic.twitter.com/i3tXXkQDeO
— Wye Oak (@wyeoak) October 16, 2018
Tickets, which cost $20, are on sale now. Anyone who missed out on the first go-round now has a second chance. Don’t blow it!
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