Philly punk favorites Plow United will play Philamoca in May

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Plow United | Photo by Isaac Turner | courtesy of the artist
Plow United | Photo by Isaac Turner | courtesy of the artist

Philadelphia Rock City, take note: regional punk faves Plow United are coming to PhilaMOCA on Saturday, May 21st.

In its late 90s heyday, the band played numerous shows around Philly and the east coast, putting out two records (Plow United and Goodnight Sellout!) before disbanding in 1998. Back by popular demand, the band (consisting of Brian McGee, Sean Rule, and Joel Tannenbaum) got back together in 2011 to play sporadic gigs and release more music here and there.

The night is sure to be filled with jams from Plow’s expansive catalog, so make sure to catch the band, as this is their only upcoming show for now. Opening will be fellow regional old-school punks Flag Of Democracy, The Unlovables, and Anika Pyle (formerly of Chumped).

This all ages nuclear winter show goes on sale this Friday at noon. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased here.

Watch Plow United perform “West Chester Rock City” below.

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