Casual Fantastic Philly Fringe Cannonball Festival Concerts

Casual Fantastic debuts Casual Fantastic: Good Things at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, a song-cycle concert about a journey from our disturbing reality to a more beatific world. Casual Fantastic: Good Things includes with film projections and opens September 15 at the MAAS Building as part of the Cannonball Festival, a satellite festival within the Fringe.

Wednesday Sept 15 at 10pm

Wednesday Sept 22 at 10pm

Saturday Sept 25 at 11pm

Location: Maas Building Studio 1320 North 5th Street,, Philadelphia, PA (NOTE: Entrance now on 5th Street side of building)

Tickets: $12 at door or online:

Limited capacity, audiences must be vaccinated and wear masks. Please bring photo of vaccine card.

Enjoy a musical brew of rock n roll, parlor pop, lounge punk, and backcountry noir with visual landscapes. In this concert of storytelling songs of good and bad, whiskey and The Dollar General, Casual Fantastic navigates life’s darkness with sly humor, and life’s joys with an eye on the exit.

Casual Fantastic features songwriter Josh McIlvain on guitar and vocals with Nikitas Menotiades on stand-up drums—the bass drum an old suitcase—and vocals. Formed in 2019 as something of a 2-person indie rock busking band, the duo draws on their history as performers to add theatricality and humor to their bare-bones brand of music making. Casual Fantastic: Good Things marks their foray into a fully realized, interdisciplinary storytelling concert performance.

Author: Casual Fantastic

Casual Fantastic mixes up a musical brew of original rock n roll, parlor pop, lounge blues, and country noir. Helmed by songwriter Josh McIlvain and drummer Nikitas Menotiades, their debut album arrives in fall 2020.

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