Photo of The Classic Crime, c. 2006

For one week only, The Classic Crime will be performing their cornerstone record, Albatross, with original guitarist Justin Duque. (Tickets are now available.) This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the album’s release, and obtaining Duque for a week of shows on the West coast means the band will be able to perform the work in the exact way it was written.

The shows run the first week of May. There are 50 available VIP tickets per show, which includes early entry, meet and greet, photo with the band, signed poster, VIP laminate and 3-song acoustic set.

  • May 3 – Sacramento, CA
  • May 4 – Anaheim, CA
  • May 5 – Phoenix, AZ
  • May 6 – Las Vegas, NV
  • May 7 – Salt Lake City, UT
  • May 9 – Portland, OR
  • May 10 – Seattle, WA

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