If you’re looking for plans on Valentine’s Day, there are tons of great shows that will surely impress the fine young music-lovin’ thing you’ve got your eye on. If you’re single, you could just take this opportunity to try and make some groupie-style, extra-heavy eye contact with that bassist you always thought was sexy. Who knows? Maybe it’ll lead somewhere.
Suckers, The Tony Castle, and Safe at the Cameo Gallery. 8:00 PM, 21+. Tickets TBA.
Kings of Convenience and Franklin for Short at Warsaw. 7:00 PM, all ages. Buy tickets here.
Yes at Town Hall. 8:00 PM, all ages. Buy tickets here.
John Wesley Harding at Maxwell’s (Hoboken). 8:30 PM, all ages. Buy tickets here.
Neon Indian (DJ set), French Horn Rebellion (DJ set), and Cubic Zirconia at Glasslands. 11:45 PM, 21+. Tickets TBA.
So Cow, Preacher and the Knife, White Blue Yellow Clouds, and The Babies (a band comprised of members of Vivian Girls, Woods, and Bossy) at Cake Shop. 8:00 PM, tickets $8 at the door. This one comes highly recommended – it looks like it’ll be a blast.
McRad, The Boils, Necktie, and Toxic Life at The Khyber. 8:00 PM, 21+. Buy tickets here.
Little Black Rainclouds, Evan Bernard, Trench Mouth, Ursa Major, Ryan Elias Benner, The Skin Cells, and many, many more at The Hot Pocket (3912 Haverford Ave, West Philadephia). 6:00 PM, all ages. Tickets are $5 at the door. More information here.
Van Dyke Parks and Clare & the Reasons at McCabe’s. 7:00 PM, all ages. Buy tickets here.
John Wiese, Lasse Marhaug, Joe & Joe, and Seven Depressions at The Smell. 9:00 PM, all ages. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Normandie and Mellowdrone at The Viper Room. 8:00 PM, 21+. Buy tickets here.
Have a good time and don’t drink too many festive pink cocktails. Happy Valentine’s Day!