Brooklyn Bowl

The band’s “final” concert in Boston in 2004 resulted in one of the great pilgrimages in rock history: an estimated 166,000 people.

A primer on cult rock band Dispatch ahead of its Vegas debut

August 16th, 2018

The band’s “final” concert in Boston in 2004 resulted in one of the great pilgrimages in rock history: an estimated 166,000 people.

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