If you’re like us and you miss the killer free Converse Rubber Tracks shows at The Sinclair, there’s still some hope on the horizon; Spotify is throwing a couple of free bashes across the East Coast this month, and the mini-tour stops in Boston tomorrow (November 10) at Royale.

The “Stream Yourself Out” tour, presented by Spotify for college students, offers a sweet lineup of music and comedy featuring St. Lucia, Grace Mitchell, Sara Schaefer, Langston Kerman, and Eugene Mirman, the voice of Gene on Bob’s Burgers. The tour also hits Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Brooklyn within the next week.

It’s an early show, starting at 5:30 p.m. and capping off by 9:30 p.m., so we’re not sure if all the listed acts will perform in that four-hour span, or for how long, but considering the dope lineup, it’s worth the gamble.

Grace Mitchell and Sara Schaefer, however, are confirmed for the Boston show, according to their social media accounts.

Students can RSVP for free here, but make sure you line up on Tremont street on the early side — admission is first-come, first-serve with RSVP. And if you’re not a student, just add the school you once attended; that seems to work, too.

 

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