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Local punk band Germ Theory set to headline back-to-back shows on Feb. 15 and 16

The band will play alongside local bands Kapei, Sour Drought, and Euphoria
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Jacob Morales
Show will be held in Fort Collins in mid February

The three-piece punk act Germ Theory will be headlining shows on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 830 North in Fort Collins; and Friday, Feb. 16 at Trident Cafe in Boulder. Both shows will be accompanied by local shoegaze act, Kapei—however, both nights will open with different bands.

Feb. 15 at 830 North will open with punk rock act, Sour Drought, for their first show ever. On Feb. 16 at Trident Cafe, the night will open with hardcore punk act Euphoria.

Will Leyden, vocalist and bassist of Germ Theory, stated he was excited to, “play music, man.”

Leyden, known for his wild stage presence, always creates an environment for people to rock out to.

“I just know I’m not afraid to look stupid and make a fool of myself and that makes it easier to do it on a stage while people watch.”

Tickets for the first night are on sale now, and the second night will be a free show with suggested donations.

 

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Jacob Morales
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Jacob Morales is a sophomore. He enjoys playing the drums, eating sushi, and napping with his dog, Ellie. He is involved with Marching Band and Advanced Jazz Band. Jacob is looking forward to making music with his band, passing his AP classes, and playing concerts.
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