A musician well known for a long career in punk rock is holding a concert at the site of what became one of the lowlights of the 2020 presidential election, Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Northeast Philadelphia.
The show is already sold out in just a matter of minutes. Brendan Kelly, lead singer of punk band The Lawrence Arms, will open the concert for Grace.
The musician could not be reached for comment, but told Rolling Stone in a statement, "This will be the first and last time Brendan and I will play in front of a landscaping company and we promise it will be better than that MAGA s--- show."
It is unclear why the punk rockers will hold a concert at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, which was the site of Rudy Giuliani's infamous press conference Nov. 7, 2020, in which the advisor to former President Donald Trump called into question the results of the presidential election in Pennsylvania. Neither musician has Philadelphia roots.
Trump and Giuliani did not accept the ex-president's defeat in Pennsylvania to current President Joe Biden. Biden won the state by more votes than Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
A message left for Four Seasons Total Landscaping was not immediately returned.