36 Crazyfists is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and it only right that the metalcore vets cap things off with a hometown anniversary show at Koot's in Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday, Dec. 6.
If you're hoping to get a ticket, good luck as the band is not going to sell tickets. Instead, fans will be required to have a "golden ticket" to gain entry into the venue.
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We are celebrating our 25th Anniversary on Fri, Dec 6th at @koots907 with @wearethera and @decepticide. You can't buy tickets to this show. You need a #goldenticket to attend. All will be revealed next week. #36turns25 #36crazyfists #familytreepresents #heavymetal #anchorage #alaska #koots @familytreepresents @2812dankorage @brownsugarbourbon @redbull @safeandsoundakwasilla @alternativeanchorage
While there's a missed opportunity by not scheduling this show for the end of August, we're envious of everyone that can actually go this short notice.
In other news, it looks like 36 Crazyfists drummer Kyle Baltus is now drumming for Howard Jones' current band Light The Torch, which is probably why a 25th-anniversary tour never happened.