Halloween in Faribault?! Umm, yes please

If you've been to a FlashMob! halloween show in the past, you know these events tend to get a little out of hand. Great music. A lot of jumping and dancing. Maybe, well, a little sip of an alcoholic beverage or seven. And, a TON of mostly naked ladies with the...

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By the Numbers: Inside a FlashMob! Rehearsal

Rehearsal.  Band practice.  Senseless mockery of other people’s souls and spirits.  Whatever label you want to give it, a band can only perform songs well in a live setting if they’ve gone through them together beforehand, and FlashMob! is no different. Have you ever...

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Heading south to Fair-ree-baahhlt

I don't know how to say Faribault, and I'm ok with that. Some battles just aren't worth fighting. Regardless of pronunciation, we are going there to play some rock and maybe some roll at good ol' Grampa Al's. I think you should come,...

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North Loop Fest 2014 in the books!

North Loop Fest is a serious party. We've headlined the event both years of its existence, and damn, it's a fun event. Get there in 2015, if you haven't been there yet! For some great photos of the event, get your butt over to our North Loop Fest Facebook photo album...

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Win FREE tickets to FlashMob! at Jersey’s tonight

It's a Friday night in January, and you are bored. Right? Well, get your booty out to Jersey's in Inver Grove Heights tonight. We hit the stage around 9:45pm, AND, the bar is offering $1 beers from 9-11pm! As a little added incentive, we're giving away two pairs of...

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Time for New Band Pics

We're looking into taking some new FM! promo shots. We have a couple of ideas brewing. While pondering ideas, I started thinking about the epic failures of most band pictures. Seriously, guys...  I just can't believe four adults thought to themselves, "This is going...

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Fan Mail …

Marketing your band is tough. Unless you're an über-successful band/artist like Fat Lip, David Archuleta, or Chumbawamba, it's tough to garner attention from an increasingly over-marketed public. FlashMob! and its earlier iteration, The Subsidies...

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