Nuçi’s Space Jam: Midnight Mac & Underground Springhouse

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Nuçi’s Space Jam is back again with another amazing lineup of locally loved bands. Midnight Mac and Underground Springhouse will be performing at the venue on Oconee Street on November 3rd. The previous Nuçi’s Space Jams this year have been successful, and locals are eagerly anticipating this promising lineup provided by the students of the MBUS program. 

Midnight Mac is a rather new musical duo that consists of roommates Ryan Ward and Brooks Todd. Together, they incorporate multiple instruments into their music such as piano and guitar combined with vocals. Both band members are students in UGA’s music school and offer a fresh, unique sound that is new to Athens. Come out and support an up-and-coming band who are beginning to play around Athens, including Hendershot’s where they played at their New Faces Night earlier this week.

One of Athen’s most recently successful bands, Underground Springhouse, will also be taking the stage Wednesday night. They are easily one of the most well known bands around Athens and beyond as they tour throughout Georgia and surrounding states. This rock band also incorporates other genres and influences such as reggae and funk into their music to create a unique dynamic. The band has had a very successful year as they released their debut, self-titled album a few months ago and since then have played the Georgia Theatre and 40 Watt Club. They have also opened for esteemed artists such as The Wailers, Sunsquabi, and The New Mastersounds to name a few. They are sure to draw a big crowd to Nuci’s Space and create a memorable night at the intimate venue. 

Doors for the show open at 7:00 PM and the show begins at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $5 at the door or can be sent on Venmo. Parking is available across the street from Nuçi’s Space at the School of Social Work. Merch and refreshments will be available for purchase at the event. This event is expected to have a great turn out, so plan accordingly and come out and support the local music scene!

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