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The Decemberists’ Victorious Return To The Stage

04:01 PM Thursday 3/6/14 | |

The Decemberists revealed this week that “the band is emerging, jerboa-like, from their time in hibernation.” The indie rock band will be ready to rock again, just like a hopping desert rodent, come May for its first show in nearly three years.

The Portland-based act has booked a very special show in its hometown for the band’s return to the stage. Scheduled May 30 at the Crystal Ballroom, “The V is for Victory” concert will benefit the Victory Academy, Oregon’s only full-time accredited school for kids on the autism spectrum.

The setlist is also extra special. The Decemberists will play its debut, full-length, 2002’s Castaways and Cutouts, in its entirely along with “a second set of sentimental favorites.” The band promises that “no one is expected to be leave unsatisfied.”

Colin Meloy says, “Victory Academy is an important place, a positive educational environment for kids on the autism spectrum. In a public school system that is constantly failing its most vulnerable charges, we need more and better schools catering to the needs of autistic children. Victory is such a place. The Decemberists are proud and excited to do their part in raising money for their capital campaign to build a new school building.”

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 7 at 12 p.m. PST. VIP tickets include early entrance to the show; a pre-show reception with the band; and a signed, limited-edition poster.

For more information visit Decemberists.com.
 


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