Superchief, Red Desert, Carbellion and Godcrutch

xBk presents

Superchief, Red Desert, Carbellion and Godcrutch

April 20, 2024

Doors: 7:00 PM

Show: 8 p.m

All ages

Tickets: $10 ADV // $15 DoS (+ fees)


Add-on options:

Option 1: 4-person floor table: $50 (+ fees)

Option 2: Lower Deck Mezzanine Table for 4: $50 (+ fees)

Option 3: Upper Deck Mezzanine Table for 4: $40 (+ fees)

Exclusive reserved seating is offered for this event. Please note that the Reserved Table Add-On does not include a general admission ticket; therefore, each person must have their own general admission ticket to gain entry. To ensure that your group sits together, we recommend that you reserve a table. Tables comfortably seat up to four people, and those with a reservation can choose between a floor table or a mezzanine table. Seating for the remaining tables is available on a first-come, first-served basis

*All xBk shows are standing rooms with limited seating. If you require ADA accommodations, please contact [email protected]*


About Superchef:

Superchief is a supplier of the best of rock ‘n’ roll. They play in the Midwest and are known for putting on a show and bringing some life to the party. Armed with years of playing experience, quick humor and nice dance moves, their party stoner rock will get your feet moving and make your beer taste up to 35% better.

About Red Desert:

Red Desert is a stoner rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since 2004, this quartet combines heavy low-end doom, the distorted fuzz of stoner rock and cunning song structures. To date, Red Desert has released three studio albums and shared the stage with a wide range of musical acts.

About Carbellion:

Founded in Southeastern Wisconsin in 2004 with the idea that they were better together than apart, the men of Carbellion have been carving an original path in music since day one. The members – Brandon Bauer (guitar), Cameron Kellenberger (vocals), Brent Nimz (drums), Jamie Damrow (lead guitar), Steve Sheppard (bass guitar) – combine elements of grunge and thrash with a traditional rock structure to deliver driving anthems of lives who lived on the fringes of society. Their sound follows the tradition of progressive groups like Clutch and Alice In Chains, but with hooks and melodies ready for the radio.

About Godcrutch:

Founded in Des Moines, Iowa, Godcrutch features some veterans of the heavy rock scene looking to have fun and melt faces.