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Pre-sale for Phox- Friday, April 11th at 12:00pm

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  • Pre-sale for Phox- Friday, April 11th 12:00pm

Wisconsin’s greatest export makes its triumphant return this summer to Milwaukee. Phox, an up and coming band out of Baraboo, Wisconsin will be playing at Turner Hall Ballroom on August 6th. Tickets go on pre-sale Friday, April 11th as a part of Turner Hall’s Buck Show promotion for $10. Phox is about to embark upon an ambitious multi-continental tour with stops at several key music festivals along the way. The band will be promoting their debut album which has been awaited with much anticipation. You can pre-order the album that is set to be released on June 24th. Act quickly because the first 250 orders will include signatures from the band.

Phox is a 6-musician strong group from the Wisconsin heartland. The group has released 2 critically acclaimed EP’s since their beginning in 2011. They have also played numerous shows around the country including a set at last year’s Lollapalooza. With the forthcoming debut album and the international super-tour on deck, Phox is poised to take the music scene by storm. Do not miss out on your opportunity to witness the band’s coming out party this summer. Pre-order your tickets for the Milwaukee show at the Turner Hall Ballroom starting Friday, April 11th. This is one of the must-see Milwaukee concerts this summer.

Phox's first single "Slow Motion" from the new album can be seen below. In addition, the band has also released a teaser video for their new album. Aside from getting fans pumped about the CD, the video also plays a little on people’s nostalgia. Anyone living in the state of Wisconsin can identify with the band and can appreciate their homage to their roots. Check out the promotional video and get ready for the Phox as they are poised to become the “next big thing.”