Favorite Shape Triangle (with Elusive Parallelograms & Beaker)
Brewers vs. Mets -- FST to play 2 hour set before the game, and a 1 hour set after the game.
On Sunday, July 8th, FST will be playing the Cascio Groove Stage at 4:30pm. It's Summerfest's "Fan Appreciation Day," so general admission is FREE to those who come between noon and 3pm. After 3pm, tickets are $16. Also included with general admission on the 8th: Sublime, Halestorm, Hanson, B-52s, Bush. July 8th headliner: Neil Diamond (additional ticket required)
We're playing Summerfest's Harley Stage on Saturday, July 7th. The stage is ours from noon to 2:30pm. Bel Airs, Automatic, and rap superstar Common, will follow. General admission tickets are $16. Also included with general admission on the 7th: Cake, Phil Vassar, Hollywood Undead, Chevelle. July 7th headliners: Aerosmith & Cheap Trick (additional ticket required)
Sounds Like: The Clash, Blur, Gorillaz, AWOLNATION, Ben Lee
Bio: • Originally founded as a solo project for singer-songwriter Aaron Ruffcorn, over the years Favorite Shape Triangle developed into a highly collaborative four-man band. In 2013, however, the Milwaukee-based FST live project was retired, and Ruffcorn relocated to Los Angeles and returned to his so...See Full Bio
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“What started as a dynamic solo project for songwriter Aaron Ruffcorn has morphed into Favorite Shape Triangle, a quirky, polished four-man band gaining steam in Milwaukee's Bay View and East Side music scenes. Favorite Shape Triangle (FST) plays pop with an edge—not too dark, yet laden with 21st-century angst. It's a succinct, energetic mix of mesmerizing vocals by Ruffcorn and hypnotizing rhythms from bassist Zach Butler, drummer Jacob Noble and guitarist Todd Ciske. FST's sound hangs around, envelops you, and then won't leave you alone. Favorite Shape Triangle's lush cohesion reflects the chemistry of its members. Even the name captures that spirit. "We're kind of a playful, pointless band, and our name encapsulates that," Ruffcorn explains.”