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Lincoln Theatre

126 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, NC, 27601
(919) 821-4111

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Lincoln Theatre
126 E. Cabarrus St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 821-4111
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American Aquarium
American Aquarium
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White Laces
White Laces
What started out as a lo-fi home recording project of Landis Wine (formerly of Cinemasophia) eventually evolved into a psychedelic garage quartet with indie pop and shoegaze influences. Rounded out by Jimmy Held, Jay Ward, and Alex French, Richmond, Virginia’s White Laces released a demo and a cassette before issuing the fleshed-out White Laces EP on Whole Ghost/Shdwply in early 2011....
The War On Drugs
The War On Drugs
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Sinners & Saints
Sinners & Saints
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Sep 11, 2008 - genglefins
Great venue to see a show

I went to college in Chapel Hill, and went to many shows at the Lincoln Theatre. It's an old tyme movie theater that's been converted into a music venue. It's cool going in because they kept a lot of the theater's original touches like the snack bar is now a bar (i.e. drink bar). There's an open area in front of the stage, then further back there are partitions to lean against if you get kinda tired (or too dizzy) to stand.

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