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WOW HALL SWEETHEARTS DANCE featuring The Macks, EWEB, The Dannie Dorko Outfit and Isaac Waggoner

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Saturday, February 11, 2023 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
February 11, 2023 - 8:00pm
$8 Advance, $10 Day of Show

On Saturday, February 11, The Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes The WOW Hall Sweetheart Dance, A Eugene Prom dance show featuring music by The Macks, EWEB, The Dannie Dorko Outfit and Isaac Waggoner.

Bring a date or a friend, formal attire requested. 


The Macks

With a new lineup that has the group firing on all cylinders, Portland's Best New Band, The Macks are exuding an invitational power that has folks turning heads, tuning in, and spelling it right. “Walloping heaviosity threaded with streams of blues and thrash (plus a large side order of Hendrix and The Doors) doesn’t begin to describe The Macks’ sound. This is music that takes you places—and it’s catchy, too. What more do you want? Hair? Well, there’s that too. And lots of it… The Macks are brothers Ben (guitar)  and Josef Windheim (drums), Sam Fulwiler (vocals), Jacob Michael Perris (keys) and Aidan Harrison (bass). Their March 2022 release, Rabbit, was created after they lost their day jobs during the pandemic and were living together in North Portland.” (Willamette Week) 

Since Rabbit’s release, The Macks have ballooned in presence and notoriety. By the end of 2022 the band will have toured twice, with appearances at Treefort Music Festival, Oregon Country Fair, and Lose Yr Mind Fest. On top of packed shows at renowned local and regional venues,  the Willamette Week named them “Portland's Best New Band". Now, the band has just released its latest album Dajiban on December 12, driving the band into more progressive, catchy, gnarly, and unmistakably Macks territory. 


EWEB is an exciting new three piece rock band from Eugene. The group formed in the spring of 2020 on the heels of quarantine, and have since been performing throughout the greater Oregon area. Taking equal influence from old school progressive and modern psychedelic rock, the three have refined their sound and plan on releasing their debut EP in early 2023. 

The Dannie Dorko Outfit

Formed under the hands of Spoon Benders lead guitarist Leo Pastor, Dannie Dorko’s music takes a brighter and a slightly more bombastic approach to the modern-vintage-inspired-rock sound. 


Joining Pastor (vocalist/guitarist) is guitarist Aidan Harrison and drummer Josef Windheim of the Macks, and bassist Oliver Lester of Novacane fame. The combination of these four individuals from different bands with a solid reputation in the Oregon music world could be classified as a true supergroup! 

The Dannie Dorko Outfit aims to transform existing studio songs and obliterate them in rock and roll excess, but in the best way possible.

Isaac Waggoner 

Isaac Waggoner is a Portland local who is actually from Lake Oswego. The folk rock outfit has played shows all across the northwest including a friend's backyard, a bar, and a retirement home. Stakes couldn’t be higher with his biggest show to date taking place at the WOW Hall February 11. Will he sink or will he swim? You’ll just have to find out.    

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The W.O.W. Hall will comply with all COVID-19 Guidelines issued by the State of Oregon and the CDC at the time of the event. This may entail limitations on capacity that might be lower than the number of tickets sold and/or event cancellation.

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