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Get Ready for Pizza Party at Oddfellows

Much like the humble burrito, pizza is a dish that offers an endless variety of flavor combinations. Whether you like pepperoni, barbecue chicken, or the ever-controversial pineapple, it’s a beloved dietary staple that offers something for everyone. This Saturday, local show curators Burrito Boys Booking embrace a new culinary tradition with Pizza Party, their first-ever show at Oddfellow’s Liquor Bar in Over the Rhine.

Pizza Party, named for Oddfellows’ adjoining business Mikey’s Late Night Slice, offers a smattering of musical styles to please all tastes. This mixed genre show features some familiar faces in the Burrito Boys roster as well as some new friends. Akron natives Indré return to Cincinnati for the third time since their debut in the city last summer. This time, they’re performing in preparation for a West Coast Tour in support of California garage rock outfit The Happys. Fronted by dynamic vocalist and songwriter Maddie Indré, the power pop group has garnered a cult following and has been featured in numerous publications from Ohio to California. Their powerful stage presence and tight musical prowess make them a surefire group to watch. Their new single, My Riot, was released to streaming just last week.

The local headliner for the evening is Fat Sal, a consistent staple in Cincinnati’s Indie Rock scene over the past few years. Their first EP, Civilianaire, was released in November of 2023. Armed with heavy reverb and driving rhythms, their music can light up any room. Also performing is Easy Mark, Cincinnati’s favorite sardonic singing cowboy who will be joined by a full band for this performance. Mark’s debut single, "Love Is A Bitch," was released in February to local acclaim. Rounding out the lineup is Stokelys, a reliable punk outfit that have collaborated with Burrito Boys on multiple events over the past year including the Inaugural Holiday Invitational. They’re also friends of the Indré crew. “We met them completely by chance last year, when our tour of Northeast Ohio got rerouted last minute” members said, “we were completely blown away by their performance and were happy to put them in touch with the Burrito Boys. We’re pretty sure they’re going places.”

Doors for Pizza Party will be at 7, with music beginning around 8. The cost of admission is $10, which can be purchased at the door or on Eventbrite. This is a 21+ show.