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A Very Intimate Evening with 10 Years
Friday, December 8th, 2017
8:00 PM
140 RSVPs
10 Years will be performing their iconic self-released album KILLING ALL THAT HOLDS YOU in its entirety for the first (and possibly only) time ever at the High Watt, a mega intimate room in Nashville, TN on December 8, 2017. Original bassist Lewis Cosby will be performing with the band while guitarist Brian Vodinh will get behind the drum kit once more for this unique engagement. The band will also be performing a special, extended encore highlighting deep cuts and classic songs from the bands catalogue.

Tickets Include:

- Entry to the show
- Commemorative show t-shirt
- Commemorative show VIP laminate, 11x17 poster and signed setlist
- Professional picture with 10 Years after gig

10 Years started doing these exclusive engagements in conjunction with Filthy Nasty Productions in early 2014. With this being the fifth "ghost show" (as they have been nicknamed), 10 Years as well as Filthy Nasty Productions see this as being a night that cannot be missed for any hardcore fan of the alt-metal outfit.

Jesse will have multiple drumheads, lyric sheets and personal art pieces on sale as well. The entire band will mingle and hang with everyone directly after the performance and fans will have an opportunity to grab a picture with the band by a professional photographer. Renowned concert photographer Harry Reese has photographed the past two "ghost shows" and we hope to have him back for this special night.

The venue is small & intimate for a reason and tickets will go fast. Do not wait! All purchasers will get instructions for the show a week before hand. This is a guest list only show - there will be no physical tickets. Also, you will receive an email that your package has been shipped - please disregard as all tangible items will be given to you at the show.

If you have any questions about this event, please message Filthy Nasty Productions on Facebook.

Come dance with me ...
The shadows ...
In the moonlight ...
Are calling