Indie Rock Band “Milk St.” Heads to Arlington!

Are you looking to check out new bands playing locally? Look no further than Milk Street, a band from Orono, Maine, that is self-described as folk punk and indie rock.

Milk St. is currently on tour across the New England area and has their next show booked for February 24! The band will be playing at Capitol Theatre, located at 204 Mass Ave in Arlington, MA. The tentative time for the show to start is 9:30 p.m.

Milk St. consists of vocalist and guitarist Jonah Wakefield (he/him), bassist Gabe Chambers (he/him), and drummer Harry Burns (he/him). Milk St. spoke of the band’s origins saying, “It started around four years ago with a different drummer, under the name ‘Spaced,’ with jam sessions and a handful of songs. And then we changed the name to Milk St., put out an album under the name ‘Spaced,’ then the lineup shifted to be Milk St. as you know it now.”

When asked what their favorite part of touring is, the band said, “Probably the actual playing part. But there’s something to be said for the challenge of touring that’s exciting. Plus we all like each other so the car rides aren’t too bad.”

If you are fortunate enough to have seen Milk St. live, you will know that their talent is matched only by their passion in delivering an incredible and unique show every time they play. As far as tickets go, mostly you can just pay right at the door when you get to the venue! Don’t miss out on an unforgettable show; go see Milk St. live in Arlington at Capital Theatre on February 24! Follow Milk St. for more tour updates @milkstreetband.


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