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Hey Monday to Overwhelm Culture Room With Pop-Punk Power

During its short lifespan, West Palm Beach pop-punk act Hey Monday has weathered significant lineup changes. Both bassist Michael "Jersey" Moriarty and drummer Elliot James have departed in the past year or so. Still, with the core of vocalist Cassadee Pope and guitarists Mike Gentile and Alex Lipshaw intact, things are looking up for the future after the splash of the Beneath It All EP, which features the hit single "I Don't Wanna Dance." A full-length is expected next year.

Joining as a co-headliner for the evening is Georgia pop-rock act Cartel, best-known for singles "Honestly" and "The Perfect Mistake." Also partaking in a night of clean-shined, punk-inspired rock is the Ready Set, We Are the In Crowd, and This Century.

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