Big D and the Kids Table will perform 'How It Goes' start to finish on April 16

Big D To Perform ‘How It Goes’ Album at Title-town Festival

Big D and the Kids Table will perform 'How It Goes' start to finish on April 16Chances are if you’re already a Big D and the Kids Table fan, you’ve already got your tickets to Title-town, the two-day ska festival this April. To sweeten the pot, the band has announced they’ll perform their 2004 album “How It Goes” from start to finish on April 16, the first night of the festival. I’m having a hard time believing that album is over 10 years old, let alone the fact that the band will celebrate their 20th anniversary at this show. They’re no easy act to follow…

For the die-hard fans of that record, they’ve released a double-LP this year on their own Strictly Rude Records. You can grab it for a reasonable $30 from Interpunk or cop it from the merch table at one of their upcoming shows.

Tour Dates

  • Apr 13, BAR, New Haven, CT
  • Apr 14, The Brighton Bar, Long Branch, NJ
  • Apr 15, Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY
  • Apr 16, Middle East, Cambridge, MA
  • Apr 17, Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington, DC
  • Apr 19, The Rabbit Hole, Charlotte, NC
  • Apr 20, The Social, Orlando, FL
  • Apr 21, Respectable Street, West Palm Beach, FL
  • Apr 22, Loosey’s, Gainesville, FL
  • Apr 23, The Local 662, St Petersburg, FL
  • Apr 24, Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
  • May 20, Pouzza Fest, Montreal, WI
  • May 21, Hard Luck, Toronto, Canada

Music Video – “How It Goes”

The title track is buried at the end of the record but it’s totally worth waiting for.

Track Big D and the Kids Table with Bandsintown. Watch our calendar for other local ska shows.

Header Flyer by Yosef Glushien
Header Illustration by Dan Dobi

Jacob Wake Up!

Jacob Wake Up! is managing editor of Boston Ska (dot) net. He's been going to ska shows since high school and never looked back. Jake lives in Roslindale and works in communications by day. You can see him perform with The New Limits or strike up conversation with him at a local ska show.

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