Maryland rockers The Danger Summer are headed to Iowa on March 6, as the band attempts to bring some Summer heat to a wintery, snow-covered Ames. The band will play Iowa State University's Maintenance Shop at 8 p.m. on Wednesday night. The doors will open at 7:30 p.m., and Survival Soundtracks and T-Shirts 4 Tomorrow will be the opening bands. Tickets for the show are $13 in advance and $15 the day of the show. ISU students can get tickets for $8 ($10 the day of the show) with a valid student ID. Tickets may be purchased at the M-Shop box office or online through MidwesTix. This is an all ages concert event.
Members of The Dangerous Summer are no strangers to Central Iowa. The band performed at Des Moines' Vaudeville Mews multiple times last year. The band always brings a great deal of energy and enthusiasm to their shows, and they have developed a rather large following here in the heart of the Midwest. Last year, TDS came through Central Iowa in support of their second album, War Paint. This year The Dangerous Summer will hit Iowa on the verge of releasing their third album, which they finished recording in late February. You can expect to hear some new material at the show, and you can pick up the new album (no title announced yet) in stores in late spring or early summer. Check out the band's sound in the video below.