Die Kreuzen reuniting for Milwaukee concert
Beloved hometown hardcore legends Die Kreuzen have again reunited and are returning to Turner Hall Ballroom for a show on May 26 at 7 p.m.
The show takes place on the one-year anniversary of the band's most recent gig together.
As at that show, local guitarist Jay Tiller replaces the band's original guitarist Brian Egeness.
This will be only the second Milwaukee concert performed by the band in 20 years. Die Kreuzen broke up in 1992 and its members pursued other projects. They reunited in 2011 for their induction into the WAMI Hall of Fame.
Tickets will go on sale this Friday, Feb. 16. The cost will be $20. For more information, visit pabsttheater.org.
The band also performs at Chicago's Double Door on May 25 and travels to Holland – where drummer Erik Tunison currently lives in Amsterdam – for a pair of gigs in April.
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