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The Casualties, Rotten Stitches, Stolen Wheelchairs, Intoxicated, and Noxious Profit

Endoxa Booking presents 

The Casualties, Rotten Stitches, Stolen Wheelchairs, Intoxicated, and Noxious Profit

Doors at 7pm



Portrayal of Guilt, World Peace, and More

Portrayal of Guilt, World Peace, and More

March 29th



Tickets on sale 12/17 at 10am

Drug Church

Endoxa Booking presents

Drug Church – Hygiene Tour


One Step Closer, Soul Blind, LURK

Tickets on sale Friday, 12/17 at 10AM

April 6th


$18- Advance

$20- Day of show


Show Me the Body, Regional Justice Center, Candy (Late show)

For Your Friends Booking Presents

Show Me the Body

Regional Justice Center


Tuesday, December 14th

**DOORS- 10PM**

**SHOW- 10:30PM**

$15 Advance

$20 Day of Show



Kinda Punk But Not Really Presents Problem Pack and Special Guest

This Tuesday, December 7th at Lil’ Indies!

It’s a very special edition of Kinda Punk But Not Really:

Kinda Punk But Not Really Presents

Problem Pack
Special Guest

No cover! Donations for the bands are gladly accepted.

Doors at 8PM at Lil’ Indies





DJ’s Johnny Wells and Cos Tellobrien Take us on a weekly (Tuesdays) journey. Music, good times. Rotating Rock N’ Roll DJ’s playing. Sometimes there will be projections.

It’s their night. $1 Select Beers from 10-11pm for a late night happy hour.  Every Tuesday at 10pm

No Cover / 21+

(At Lil’ Indies next door, if there’s a show at Will’s Pub)

The Toasters: 4 Decades In Ska Tour

Reverend Guitars Presents: The Toasters: 4 Decades in Ska Tour.

The Toasters were innovators, creators, shapers of the music, evolving it in a fresh direction, blending it with the cultural influences in a very American manner, and I mean that in a completely complimentary way. Just as Byron Lee & the Dragonaires brought professionalism and polish to ska, allowing others to benefit from the fruits of their labor, so too did the Toasters’ music allow numerous other bands to share in the spotlight of skill and success, many of whom have gone on to great heights. Upon the shoulders of giants.

Virginity (celebrating Popmortem) with Special Guests Sad Halen & Keep It Like A Secret

The band is set to release their newest full-length POPMORTEM on October 15th, via Orlando’s own Smartpunk records. But dearest City Beautiful, you have an opportunity to hear the album early, and live. As featured in our concert picks of the week, Virginity is hosting an album launch party this Saturday, October 9th at our beloved local watering hole, Will’s Pub. They’ll be joined by Orlando’s own Sad Halen, and your ticket comes with a copy of the new record, too.

D.R.I w/ Intent, Swift Knuckle Solution, Tommy Frenzy, and Sick Talk

D.R.I., Intent, Swift Knuckle Solution, Tommy Frenzy, and Sick Talk in Orlando at Will’s Pub

Doors at 7pm


Sheer Mag, Soul Glo, and more

SHEER MAG’s dizzying rise initiated in 2014, when the Philadelphia band self-released the first of three 7-inches and started playing the Northeastern DIY circuit. Ironically, the music stood apart because it sounded so familiar. Indebted to ’70s arena rock, power-pop, and proto-metal, SHEER MAG’s songs reminded a lot of us of the music we grew up with, but maybe couldn’t relate to because it was big, brash, and unapologetically macho. SHEER MAG reclaimed some of that energy without perpetuating the toxicity.


Due to the rise of COVID-19 infections in this area, masks are required for entry to the venue whether or not you’re vaccinated. We strongly suggest staying home if you are not feeling well or have recently been exposed to anyone with COVID. While you are allowed to remove your mask while drinking, masks must otherwise remain on while inside the venue. Refusal to comply with the venue’s policy risks you being asked to leave the venue without refund.