Win Tickets ($36): Moon Walker @ Mission Theater | Indie Rock, w/ Mom Rock

We are giving away a pair of tickets to Moon Walker @ Mission Theater on March 27. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed March 18.


From our sponsors:
Moon Walker
Mom Rock

March 27, 2024
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $15 ADV, $18 Doors | All Ages
More info:

Mission Theater
1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209

Harry Springer may compose, produce and perform all of Moon Walker’s music in his bedroom, but the electrifying and uniquely eclectic sound undeniably feels more fitting for a stadium.

When Springer formed Moon Walker at the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, he was merely looking for a way to pass time and make some extra money selling songs to music libraries. “I sold some, and it was going fine, but then I wrote some songs, and I was like, ‘I really don’t want to give these ones away.” Those songs that Springer just couldn’t part with ended up becoming his critically acclaimed debut record Truth to Power. Thanks to sudden viral success on TikTok and praise from the likes of The Darkness’s Justin Hawkins, the 7-track album quickly established Moon Walker as one of rock’s most promising acts. Less than a year later, Springer released with his sophomore effort The Attack of Mirrors with great fanfare and coverage, resulting in 25 million streams across platforms in 2022. In 2023, Moon Walker continued the hos streak; signing to a co-publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and Limited-Edition Publishing. releasing his third album “Apocalypticism” on October 20th, and going out on his first tour playing shows across the country with sellouts in Chicago, Nashville, Denver, and Columbus.

Mom Rock
Forming in Boston in 2018, Canadian-American indie rock outfit Mom Rock combines the forces of Curtis Heimburger, Wilson Reardon, and Tara Maggiulli. They got their start taking Boston’s college party scene by storm, and have since stolen the hearts of show-goers with electric live sets, infectious original tunes, and signature themed get-ups.

Mom Rock’s discography is a whip-smart and poignant Bildungsroman, written in real time as the band kicked their way through a pandemic, an unprecedented global recession, the creeping influence of the metaverse, and-perhaps most daunting of all-college.

The band’s catalog begins with their rosy, jangle-pop-inflicted singles “Conversation” and “Grand Romantic Life” and is followed by the more angsty stylings of 90s alternative-inspired “I Am The Same” and “Xylophone.” They’re not afraid of getting emotional, either; “Flinching” is a break-up anthem that decries the toll a fading love takes, and “if i had better friends” examines the bleak loneliness that comes with self-isolation. Altogether, their catalog is a crash course in young adulthood and all that comes with it-friendship, heartbreak, self-love, self-loathing, and the very human need to belong.




  1. Danita on March 5, 2024 at 8:53 pm

    I’m a mom! I like rock! I need a night off!

  2. David on March 16, 2024 at 7:30 pm

    I like Devil by him!

  3. Vanessa Bell OTTObitDEATH on March 17, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    Hello. Give them to someone else or give them to me 7:22pm 41%

    Thank you

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