Circa Survive, Atreyu, and Face to Face headline the finale of this three-day festival celebrating good tunes, tattoos, and classic cars
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$35 for one Sunday pass, valid for the concerts, tattoo show, and car show (up to $51.47 value)
MUSINK Tattoo & Music Festival (Sunday)
Circa Survive: These veterans of the emo and hardcore scene first made a splash with 2006’s Juturna, and scored raves with 2010’s Blue Sky Noise (featuring lyrics written during singer Anthony Green’s voluntary stay in a mental institution). They continue to mix prog-rock exploration with indie rock on their latest, Descensus.
Atreyu: A product of the rap-metal movement of the early 2000s, this metalcore quintet melts faces with warped riffs, pounding drums, and blistering vocals. After a lengthy hiatus following their fifth critically acclaimed album, 2009’s Damned, they returned with a vengeance in 2015 with the aptly named Long Live.
Face to Face: Led by frontman Trever Keith, Face to Face slays any notion of conformity with music written on their own terms and a tour bus that drives on the wrong side of the road. The punks broke out in the mid-‘90s with their hit “Disconnected,” and despite several lineup changes over the years, they’ve kept churning out albums, including 2013’s Three Chords and a Half Truth and a new release set for later this year.
Tattoo artists attending on Sunday include Robert Atkinson, Nikko Hurtado, Oliver Peck, Franco Vescovi, Carlos Torres, Norm, Baba, Corey Miller, and GTC’s Tattooland.