SHIFT Ft. Lusine & Great Dane w/ Shrimpnose (Late Set), Resident Host Mikey Thunder

16 and up
Thursday, November 18
Doors: | 8pm | Show: | 8:30pm
$10 to $25

Presented by Cervantes’ & River Beats

Great Dane
Shrimpnose (late set)
Resident Host: Mikey Thunder

An extremely limited amount of $10 early bird tickets are on sale now! Once those are gone, a limited amount of advance-purchase tier 1 tickets will be available at $15 while supplies last. Once those are sold out, advance tier two tickets at $20 will be available up until 10pm on the night of the show when tickets will become $25. 

Please note that there will be a surcharge of $5 for anyone under 21 entering the venue.

This event will feature a silent disco on the patio

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side are excited to partner with River Beats as our official media partner for SHIFT Thursdays! River Beats provides comprehensive media coverage for all things music. Check out their work at where you can find artist interviews, show previews / reviews, and much more.

If you are a performer, live painter, or vendor interested in participating at any SHIFT Thursday events, reach out to [email protected].
If you are a music lover interested in joining our street team and would like free tickets to SHIFT Thursdays and other Cervantes’ events, reach out to [email protected].
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For all media inquiries, reach out to [email protected]
From his early releases as Lusine onward, Jeff McIlwain’s electronic explorations make up one of the more diverse discographies of the past decade and a half. Effortlessly blurring the lines between techno, electro-pop and experimental composition, the Texas-raised/Seattle-based producer’s arrangements are meticulously constructed, but also filled with emotion and soul. With an introspective turn that’s hinted at in the record title, Lusine’s fourth album for Ghostly sees McIlwain diffusing the pop-leanings of 2013’s The Waiting Room with opaque, brush-stroked melodies washing over these new buoyant productions. McIlwain has performed throughout the US and abroad, including the SXSW, Mutek, DEMF, and Sonar festivals, and sets at London’s esteemed Fabric nightclub, Tokyo's Unit, and Berlin's Berghain and Watergate nightclubs. He has been involved in the scoring of various film and commercial projects, the most recent being Meredith Danluck's debut feature film, “State Like Sleep” (Katherine Waterston, Michael Shannon, 2017) that he is currently co-scoring with fellow composer David Wingo.