Michigan Band ‘No Resolve’ Sells Out Flint’s Machine Shop Two Nights in a Row
One of our favorite Michigan bands, No Resolve just sold out The Machine Shop in Flint two nights in a row. The band is set to throw down on April 29 & 30th.
No resolve have been creating music and building a massive fan base for quite some time and now it looks like all that hard work has paid off.
Earlier this month it was announced that the band was going to perform at The Machine Shop in April for their first ever headlining concert in Flint. Just a few hours after tickets went on sale, the show was totally sold out.
Because so many disappointed fans missed out on getting tickets, it was decided that they would add a second show. Tickets for that show went on sale today (Friday) and it too sold out in just a couple hours.
Singer Oscar Pegorraro:
Something that seemed impossible. I’m speechless. Thank you everyone for the massive amount of support I’ve received in this musical journey. No Resolve sold out 2 nights in a row at world famous The Machine Shop.
If you missed out on getting tickets, don't freak out. We'll be giving some away as we get closer to the shows in April.
The last time No Resolve performed in Flint was back in October of 2019 when they played with Pop Evil at the Banana 101.5 25th Anniversary show at the Capitol Theatre.
You can expect big things from No Resolve this year as their planning to announce more tour dates soon along with the release a new album later in the year.
We've played multiple songs from the band over the years and couldn't be more proud of what they've achieved so far.