The Love Language, Old Ceremony | Haw River Ballroom | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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The Love Language, Old Ceremony 

When: Fri., May 27, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: $15-$17

The Haw River Ballroom is only the latest iteration of artistic vision from Heather and Tom LaGarde, Saxapahaw residents turning their small Alamance County community into a Triangle artistic outpost through willpower and work. Built in the dye room of the town's old Cotton Mill, and with a unique sound system built into the room's dye and dryer tanks, the ballroom looks to be a break from the typical rock club model both in terms of talent and presentation. Tonight, for instance, they'll combine three of the area's most popular acts, only two of which are bands. The Love Language and The Old Ceremony will provide their familiar choruses, while Paperhand Puppet Intervention provides the, you know, puppets. —Grayson Currin

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