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Bangor Beer Nights presents Crunk Witch at the Bangor Arts Exchange

March 15 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Electro-pop duo Crunk Witch return to BAE!

Bangor Beer Co. Presents

Crunk Witch

Doors: 7:30PM

Music: 8:00PM

General Admission – Standing

$11 Advance / $15 Day of Show

All Ages / All tickets are on sale now!!


Crunk Witch

Crunk Witch is an electronic pop act from Presque Isle, Maine comprised of married couple Brandon Miles and Hannah Colleen. The duo formed in 2009 and have released four albums to date.

“One of the best bands from Maine.”
– Paste Magazine

“A big sound showcasing a mastery of production and vocal fireworks.”
– The Big Takeover

“Their music is instantly recognizable…a lovely chaos…it just makes you happy to listen to it.”
– The Houston Press

“The most energetic live show I’ve seen in years”
– DC Underground

Crunk Witch blends nerdy, positive and romantic lyrics with a bass heavy electronic backing. Known for energetic live shows, the duo has performed at over 1k events across all 48 continental United States on solo tours, as well as opening for both MC Chris and Ceschi Ramos on tour. In 2020 they wrote and performed the theme song for the Nintendo Switch video game, BATTLESLOTHS. As of 2023 the duo has sold more than 30k Albums and amassed over 35 Million streams on Spotify and Youtube.

*Online sales end at 7:30 PM on 3/15. Buying in advance is highly encouraged. Tickets available at the door unless “Sold Out” announcement is made. Tickets at the door will be sold as capacity allows. Tickets are non-refundable.

**Limited capacity* Buying in advance is a good thing.

***This show is General Admission. The venue is ADA accessible and assistance can be provided to patrons as requested!

Live music showcases at the Bangor Arts Exchange (BAE) features performing artists that you should know about. BAE is a collaborative project of the non-profit Launchpad and the Bangor Symphony Orchestra.

193 Exchange Street | Downtown Bangor – more info at www.wearelaunchpad.org


Bangor Arts Exchange
193 Exchange Street
Bangor, ME 04401 United States


Launchpad | Bangor Arts Exchange

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