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Fri | December 02, 2022
The Rialto Theatre Presents
Twin Tribes @ 191 Toole
w/ Meldamore
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
191 Toole
21 and up
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 8/3 10am |w/ Meldamore

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 To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into our venues, Rialto Theatre & 191 Toole have instituted a clear bag policy as of March 1st, 2022. The policy limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into our venues. The following is a list of bags that will be accepted for entry: Bags that are clear plastic or vinyl and do not exceed 12in x 6in x 12in One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziplok bag or similar) Small clutch bags, approximately 5in x 7in All bags subject to search. Clear bags are available for sale at the box office.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

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Twin Tribes are a darkwave post-punk band from Brownsville, Texas. They formed the band in the summer of 2017 and have released 2 studio albums to date. Creem Magazine Feature Story – June 2022 John Peel reportedly coined the term “darkwave” during his radio show while describing the sound of Dutch band Clan of Xymox. There is no actual record of this - I asked the band’s frontman Ronny Moorings if he recalled when the term originated, and he didn’t know either. No matter the origin, the term “darkwave” as a description of dark post-punk music—or dare I say “goth” - is more popular than ever. Mexican-American band Twin Tribes is certainly one of the best darkwave bands worldwide right now. Frontman Luis Navarro is said by some to resemble Michael from the South Park but come on guys, don't be a poser! it’s just the hair. With their new brand of modern darkwave, Twin Tribes have brought things full circle, even influencing Clan of Xymox’s sound on the band’s past few albums. Their single “Fantasmas” from their second studio album Ceremony went viral, with over a million listens on YouTube, nearly a year before the band was able to film their diabolically macabre haunted house music video for the song.