Due to the Oregon Governor's order of no public gatherings, The Warning at Polaris Hall on April 4th, 2020 is rescheduled to October 16th, 2020 at Mississippi Studios. All Polaris Hall tickets for 4/4/20 will be honored on 10/8/20 at Mississippi Studios.
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MOSTLY STANDING / LIMITED BALCONY SEATING
DOORS 7PM / SHOW 8PM
$15 ADV / $17 DOS
THIS EVENT IS 21+
VALID U.S. ID OR PASSPORT REQUIRED FOR ENTRY
This impressive trio of sisters - Daniela (guitar and voice), Paulina (drums, piano and vocals), and Alejandra (bass, piano and vocals), have elaborate musical affinities that range from the classic rock of Queen and Pink Floyd, to sounds from more recent generations like Muse and My Chemical Romance. They have participated in some of the most important rock festivals in Mexico such as Vive Latino, Hell & Heaven, Mother of All, Pal Norte, Force Fest and Rock al Parque in Colombia. They recently toured in Argentina, to an amazing response, and have stepped on emblematic stages like House of Blues. They have supported bands like Def Leppard and The Killers, two of their original songs are part of the popular video game Rock Band, and they are the only Mexican band that has performed live on the Ellen show.
The Warning launched their second album "Queen of the Murder Scene" in November 2019 conceptual album mounted on a great audiovisual show full of energy and pure rock!
A spirited and irreverent deliverance spills from the speakers and all over the stage when JunkBunny comes around. Crafting rock hooks with an emotive resonance beyond their years, the scrappy riff-rock trio made their major label debut before they could legally buy booze.
JunkBunny is 3 young musicians – Mac Johnson (lead vocals & guitar, 18), Cayden Diebold (vocals & bass, 17), and Jake Douglas (drums, 17). Like their heroes in Green Day or Blink-182, these childhood best friends save the “serious” for their songs, offering up anthems with the scale of Foo Fighters without sacrificing youthful exuberance and good-natured mischief.