Saturday, August 22, 2009

Album Release Show!

SPG Album Release Show: Night of the Vampiric Werewolf Cyborg Mummy

The wait is almost over robot enthusiasts! The Steam Powered Giraffe Album will be officially released October 30th. You can get your hands on a CD of your own and celebrate with the bots the night before Halloween and hear them perform LIVE at Queen Bee's (formerly the 8teen Center).

Friday, October 30th, 7 PM - 11 PM.
Queen Bee's
3925 Ohio Street
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 255-5147

$10 at the door.
All Ages!

Our Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be comedian Bryan Barbarin. And joining the singing bots on stage will of course be the Amazing Mr. Reed! He'll be playing the drums, banjo, and piano,
and there will also be a special performance by our good friend Xach the Ripper!

Don't forget to dress up in your Halloween costume! The bots are hosting a costume contest complete with wonderful prizes!
Plus, much much more!

We hope you join us for a fantastic fun evening filled with music, mime, and comedy.
Stay tuned for more info!

Goodies of the Night:
Steam Powered Giraffe: ALBUM ONE - $15
11 tracks of pure Giraffe in a beautiful CD case complete with album booklet filled with original art by Jon Sprague (The Jon) and Christopher Bennett (Rabbit)

Steam Powered Giraffe: The Card Game - $5 (this night only!)
Battle Robot against Robot in this original multiplayer card game.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Balboa Park Shows For August

Steam Powered Giraffe successfully renewed their permit for the month of August, and will be performing every Saturday and Sunday from 12:30pm to 5:00pm starting Sunday the 9th. Check out our schedule on the right for exact dates and times.

The album is in full force and is really going to be something special. We are all so excited about it and we can't wait to share it with everyone. Stay tuned to our website and newsletters for more information as we release it. The release date for the album is right around the corner...
We also have some surprises planned for the not too distant future.
Take care!