Cap Times Live with Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets

Live session begins at 7 p.m. on Sept. 13

Moderator: Chelsey Dequaine-Jerabek
Band Member: Jennifer Farley
Band Member: Beth Kille
Band Member: Shawndell Marks

Location: Live in person at Doundrins Distilling, 300 Progress Drive, Suite E, in Cottage Grove. NOTE THAT THIS IS AN UPDATED LOCATION FROM THE PRINT PROGRAM

This special edition of Cap Times Live features Madison-based Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets, which combines the musical styles of three solo-artists-turned-bandmates into a rich blend of tight three-part harmonies and clever pop-rock songwriting, ranging from edgy to fun. Ticket required, but may be purchased at the door. “Thought Bubbles,” the official beer of Idea Fest made by Young Blood Beer Co., will be available for purchase.

Tickets are $10 and can be bought in advance here. Tickets can also be purchased at the door. Cap Times members get free admission.

Session sponsored by Exact Sciences

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