The Church & The Afghan Whigs w/ Ed Harcourt - Mishawaka

The Church & The Afghan Whigs w/ Ed Harcourt

All Ages
Wednesday, July 03, 2024
$65 to $199
The Church & The Afghan Whigs
w/ Ed Harcourt


Organic Alternatives General Admission (GA)
Undesignated floor space available on a FCFS basis. 
Standing Room Only.

VIP Deck Seating 
Enjoy seating, full bar/grill service, and a dedicated server with a specialized view of the show from Twisted Tea Par-Tea VIP (a Stage Right up-close-and-personal view), or Spindrift Spiked VIP (a Birds Eye terrace view from above the GA space).
Limited quantities available.

The Church Meet & Greet Package

– (1) GA – Standing Room Only ticket
– Early entry
– Meet & greet w/ The Church
– Personal photograph w/ The Church
– Access to preshow soundcheck 
– Autographed tour poster
– Specially designed The Church tote bag
– Official laminate w/ lanyard
– Priority merchandise shopping
*Does not include access to venue VIP areas

The Afghan Whigs Soundcheck Q&A Experience 

– (1) GA – Standing Room Only ticket
– Early entry
– Access to Pre-show Soundcheck Performance by The Afghan Whigs, followed by Q&A w/ Greg Dulli
– (1) Exclusive Signed Tour Poster
– (1) The Afghan Whigs Tote Bag
– (1) Specially Designed Exclusive Gift 
– (1) Commemorative Laminate
*Does not include access to venue VIP areas

ADA Accommodations can be made on a FCFS basis by emailing



You MUST ALSO arrange transportation separately to get to the Mish!

You will be prompted to purchase SHUTTLE or PARKING during your purchase.

A link is also provided in your ticket confirmation message.
Space is limited and these services are not guaranteed or grounds for a refund.

The Church is an Australian psychedelic rock band formed in Sydney in 1980. Initially associated with new wave, neo-psychedelia and indie rock, their music later came to feature slower tempos and surreal soundscapes reminiscent of dream pop and post-rock. Glenn A. Baker has written that "From the release of the 'She Never Said' single in November 1980, this unique Sydney-originated entity has purveyed a distinctive, ethereal, psychedelic-tinged sound which has alternatively found favour and disfavor in Australia." The Los Angeles Times has described the band's music as "dense, shimmering, exquisite guitar pop". The founding members were Steve Kilbey on lead vocals and bass guitar, Peter Koppes and Marty Willson-Piper on guitars and Nick Ward on drums. Ward only played on their debut album, and the band's drummer for the rest of the 1980s was Richard Ploog.
The Afghan Whigs are an American rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Originally active from 1986 to 2001, they have since reformed. The group – with core members Greg Dulli (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick McCollum (lead guitar), and John Curley (bass) – rose up around the grunge movement, evolving from a garage band in the vein of the Replacements to incorporate more R&B and soul influences into their sound and image. After releasing their first album independently in 1988, the band signed to the Seattle-based label Sub Pop. They released their major-label debut and fourth album, Gentlemen, in 1993.
Ed Harcourt is an English singer-songwriter. To date, he has released six studio albums, two EPs, and thirteen singles. His debut album, Here Be Monsters, was nominated for the 2001 Mercury Prize. Since 2007 he has been writing for other artists, including Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Paloma Faith and performed with Marianne Faithfull and the Libertines. His music is influenced by Tom Waits, Nick Cave, and Jeff Buckley, among others.