Dean Ween Group
September 13 • 8:00 pm - 1:00 am• $4 – $30
The jam rock band Dean Ween Group, featuring Mickey Melchiondo of the band Ween, will perform in the main hall of Hi-Fi Music Hall on Thursday, September 13, 2018. Doors for the 21+ ages concert will open at 8 p.m. Show will start at 9 p.m.
Advance tickets are available now at the Hi-Fi Lounge after 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and online at Hi-Fi Music Hall website and linked from the Hi-Fi Music Hall website.
For more information about Hi-Fi Music Hall calendar and ticketing, please visit https://www.hifimusichall.com
The Dean Ween Group is the first project Mickey Melchiondo launched during the four years Ween was inactive in the 2010s. Melchiondo adopted the name Dean Ween when he was a teenager in New Hope, Pennsylvania. He and friend Aaron Freeman — who called himself Gene Ween — formed Ween when they were just 14 years old, never imagining that they’d be saddled with those monikers for the rest of their lives. Ween, a post-punk prank infatuated with Prince, turned into a cult phenomenon in the ’90s, gathering momentum as the band jumped from independents to the majors, earning a reputation as a killer live band along the way. Melchiondo started to moonlight in the ’90s, mainly with the hardcore band Moistboyz but also appearing on records by Yoko Ono, Ben Vaughn, Pigface and Queens of the Stone Age. Ween kept going until 2012, when Freeman left the band. After a few years, Melchiondo regrouped with the Dean Ween Band, who released their first album in the fall of 2016, several months after he reunited with Freeman for several concerts.