Orlando indie-rock favorite The Pauses celebrates 'Cautionary Tale' anniversary with Tampa concert this weekend

Hides and Luuls opens

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Jason Deeb
The Pauses
It’s been 10 years since The Pauses caught our attention with its debut album A Cautionary Tale. Last month, Tampa’s Pohgoh helped the Orlando band celebrate at Will’s Pub causing some major FOMO over here.

Lucky for us, the indie-rock trio brings its “beep boop rock from Mickeytown, U.S.A.” back to Tampa this weekend, marking the first time The Pauses have hit West River venue Hooch and Hive.
Another first is happening this weekend: the debut performance from brand new indie-band Hides, arriving with its first single “Friend,” an impressive amuse-bouche that will definitely get you hungry for more.

If you go: “All concert goers must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to entry, in order to attend this show. As an alternative, proof of vaccination may be voluntarily presented by the attendee, instead of a negative COVID-19 test result.”
Location Details

Hooch and Hive

1001 W Cass St., Tampa Tampa

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