The Homeland Conspiracy are joined by United Teachers of Music (who will finally make it to La Crosse) for an evening of kick-ass tunes, adult beverages and hairy, unsophisticated men sweating all over each other and the audience. Join us at JB’s Speakeasy!
Check out: The United Teachers of Music
Show starts around 9 p.m. Come on out and join us for a great Thirsty Thursday!
JB’s Speakeasy 717 Rose St, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54603-2641
Come out and rock with us and our friends in Avaria and Orchyd on September 6 at the Wicked Moose Bar and Grill.
For anyone heading out to Milwaukee for Summerfest, here's directions from their site. Remember to come see us and rock out at the Johnson Controls World Sound Stage on Friday June 28!
From the West: Take I-94 east and exit at St. Paul/James Lovell. Follow St. Paul east to Water St. and follow the signs to one of the many parking lots in the area. Or from I-94, take the I-43 North ramp, to exit at Kilbourn Ave., park downtown and take the shuttle* directly to our North Gate.
From the North: Take I-43 south, exit at I-794, then take the Plankinton Ave. exit and turn right, proceed east on Michigan St. and follow signs to one of the many parking lots in the area. Or take I-43 south, exit at Highland Blvd. and proceed east to 6th St., head south on 6th St. to Michigan St., take Michigan St. east to Water St. and follow signs to one of the parking lots in the area or park downtown and take the shuttle* directly to our North Gate.
From the South: Follow I-94 north and exit at Lapham /Greenfield. Go east to 1st St., head north and follow the Summerfest signs to one of the many parking lots in the area. Or continue north and exit Plankinton Ave. or Michigan St. to park downtown and take the shuttle* bus directly to our North Gate. *See Downtown Park & Shuttle Program below for details.
The Homeland Conspiracy is an intensely driven rock band that formed in the underbelly of La Crosse, Wisconsin as a voice of reason in early 2011. Self-classified as an “aggressively progressive wake up call to the modern music agenda.” The Homeland Conspiracy says what they mean in songs like The Bailout, River Killer and 60 To Thrive. Each song is different from the next and you’ll hear influences from bands such as Helmet, Queens Of The Stone Age, Black Flag, U2 and Rage Against The Machine. Collectively T.H.C. shares 30+ years performing experience and remains active in their communities by playing charities and helping those in need.
We solely believe that our group is our family and we have a responsibility to change our world for the greater good. Our music sends a message that values people over money always. We hope to make a difference one ripple at a time.