Andrew McMahon's spirit always shined through in both Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin. Amidst Billboard charts and Emmy nominations, indie artist McMahon survived cancer, started the Dear Jack Foundation raising more than $500,000 towards research and awareness for blood disease and young adult cancer, toured the world, cumulatively sold in excess of one million records, and inspired countless people along the way. Fans continue to find inspiration in McMahon. "This is about creating," he concludes. "It's not about commerce or business. It's not over thought. These songs are free, and they flow. I hope people feel that joy and release. It was cathartic to let go of all expectations and make some fast and fun music. This is who I am now, and I can't wait for everyone to hear it."Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness on 5/6 with Atlas Genius and Night Riots. $0.50 of every ticket purchased will be donated to the Dear Jack Foundation.
Saturday, May 6 from 7:30 PM to 12:00 AM