Get a Private Show from a Legendary Canadian Punk Band for $400

Yes, four hundred dollars. That’s it!

DOA has been working a Pledgemusic campaign to finance the manufacture and release of their farewell DVD. So far things have been going well, but there are a few more pledge levels that need some attention. The one that caught my attention was this one:

Here’s the explanation from the band:

Imagine jumping in a van with legendary punk Joe Keithley and getting a two hour driving tour of Vancouver’s punk rock origins followed by a private D.O.A. concert and get together.  This along with many other extraordinary items are available as part of D.O.A.’s pledge campaign for the new live dvd “To Hell and Back.” 

13 spots are available to drive in a 15-seat van around Vancouver as Joe regales you with hilarious and pointed stories of Vancouver’s punk roots. The tour will stop by the historic places where D.O.A. cut their teeth: The Smiling Buddha and the Japanese Hall. Included on the tour will be present day punk spots like the Astoria, The Cobalt, Profile Studios, Funky Winkerbeans, there’s also stops at Vancouver Police HQ and Joe’s old house, the Plaza International East.

Then the tour will go to a secret location for a one hour private D.O.A. show. Each fan will be able to submit two song requests ahead of time. Food and refreshments will be provided. At the after show get together, each fan will get five rare posters and of course D.O.A. will sign these for you. The package includes a signed live DVD and five rare posters.

Fans can also get their hands on Joe’s guitar, rare posters, campaign signs and various other memorabilia. 

There are lots of other cool opportunities available, too.  Interested?  Go here.

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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