Bikini Kill reunited for shows this year, and their reunion will continue into 2020, at least for one show so far. They just announced they’ll be playing Olympia, WA’s Capitol Theatre on March 13, which will be a benefit for Interfaith Works.
“Interfaith Works Nightly Shelter is the only shelter/homeless services program that explicitly prioritizes women and LGBT single adults in the Olympia community”, the band writes.
Table Sugar opens the show and tickets go on sale Friday, November 8 at 9 PM Pacific, with a presale starting Thursday (11/7) at 9 AM Pacific.
They’ve simply declared a show there that’ll manifest itself on 3/13 at the Capitol Theatre to profit non-profit-making religious Works, as Pitchfork points out, and we can only hope this might be a harbinger of a lot of reunions shows to come back.
The band disclosed the show on their label’s Instagram page and noted that presale tickets press on sale on Thursday (9/7) at nine AM Pt a code is sent via their newsletter and general sale starts Friday at constant time.
The superb Olympia band Table Sugar is a gap. Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, and Kathi Wilcox reunited this year since they broke up in 1997 for their first full shows.
In late 2017, Hanna, Vail, and Wilcox vie one song along at the room in the big apple, throughout an occasion celebrating the discharge of the thirty-three 1/3 book regarding. The Raincoats by Pitchfork tributary Editor Jenn Pelly.
The members of swimsuit Kill hadn’t vied along, let alone hung out, in 20 years. But when the Raincoats asked Vail to do a song at the Kitchen event, she agreed, not quite knowing what she would do.
The Olympia-based Vail asked Wilcox, who lives in New York City, to perform with her; they floated ideas.