Arcade Fire will play a small, intimate show in Los Angeles as a warm-up for their televised performance at the Grammys. Their agent, Scott Rodger, released a tweet asking for ideas for a place where the Canadian band could showcase their skills before the big gig.
As of today, the indie rockers are have found their venue, but it has still yet to be announced. For the time being, fans will be lucky to get a shot at this unique chance to see them before they hit nationalized television. Information on the show will be announced within the next 24 hours – for now, it’s known that it will be open to an audience of all ages, there will be no bar, and it will be, according to their agent, “cheap.”
The aforementioned, and likely subsequent, details are being released via Rodger’s Twitter.