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It's been a long time since we've played at our beloved Bellefonte Cafe. We've got the night to ourselves, so come on out! If you haven't been to the Bellefonte Cafe since it switched owners, you'll be pleased to know that the menu still has the same amazing food, except your food will come out in a jiffy... we promise!Save
 Ticket price is $25 and includes: o One (1) ticket for a free pint glass and a full pint of beer during happy hour (5-6pm), courtesy of Dogfish Head Brewing o “Four centuries of Brewing in Delaware”: A presentation by John Medkeff, author of the forthcoming book Brewing in Delaware  Tasting tickets good for each participating Delaware brewers, distillery, or meadery  Free snacks during beer tasting, courtesy of WiLDWiCH Food Truck  An hour of acoustic “dork rock,” courtesy of HOT BREAKFAST! Must be 21 and older to purchase ticket!Tickets Save
This event runs for two days: Saturday September 12 (10am-7pm) and Sunday September 13 (10am - 5pm). Both days will have live music in the afternoons! Sunday's lineup: Sunday, September 13 12:30 pm: Andrew Lipke and The Azrael String Quartet 2 pm: Hot Breakfast! 3:30 pm: HellSaddle This national festival attracts over 100,000 visitors -- it's a pretty big deal! Music will be on the Community Stage, located on Lafayette St., near the west entrance. See you there!Tickets Save
Sounds Like: They Might Be Giants, The Pretenders, Tenacious D, The Noisettes, Annie Lennox
Bio: HOT BREAKFAST! are winners of four 2012-2013 Homey Awards; for BEST EP for their self-titled EP released in July 2012, for BEST LEAD SINGER for Jill Knapp's larynx-wielding skills, for BEST SONGWRITER for Matt Casarino's clever and catchy songs (ASCAP), and BEST COLLABORATION for when they joined...See Full Bio
Soooooooo close to finishing this new album. We can't wait to share it with you!
"If you're tempted to write Hot Breakfast! off as a novelty act (not that there's anything wrong with that), don't. ... The silly songs are there, but there's a layer of cleverness and complexity that raises them above sheer novelty. ... The dozen songs weave together flawlessly, with a balance of styles and sounds, Knapp's clear, versatile vocals taking center stage throughout."