Frank Turner has done it all. The English punk singer-songwriter has played thousands of shows over the course of his nearly 30-year musical career. During that over-quarter-century span, he’s released nine excellent albums under his own name, published books, founded a festival, shared the stage with some legendary acts, and earned acclaim from fans all over the globe.

The well-traveled troubadour is about to embark on an ambitious “50 States In 50 Days” tour that will run June 13 through August 1, and we’re pleased to report the Wisconsin installment of that true nation-wide run of shows will be taking place in nearby Cudahy.

Turner will take the stage at the “Very Famous” X-Ray Arcade on Sunday, July 10 for an extra special solo acoustic outing that afternoon. This all-ages show will start at noon (doors at 11 a.m.). Tickets cost $15 in advance and $20 the day of the show—a word of advice: this will sell out fast, so don’t plan on any DOS tickets—and they’re on sale NOW.

If you want to see a world-renowned performer playing a stripped-down afternoon set at a cozy Cudahy venue, here’s your chance. Don’t miss it.

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