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Local Universe + SV Present:

Cosmic Country Showcase feat. Honey Harper

Hosted by Andrew Sa

🌵 At Cactus Club (Milwaukee, WI)

Ages 18 and up
Saturday, April 15
DOORS: 8pm | SHOW: 8:30pm
ADV $14 / DOS $16

This show is at Cactus Club, located at 2496 S Wentworth Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207.

Cosmic Country Showcase feat. Honey Harper

Hosted by Andrew Sa

4/14 at Sleeping Village

4/15 at Cactus Club

Teleporting into the new year with a whole new show, the Cosmic Country Showcase is back, and this time we’re bringing a fresh new crew on our voyage. Fellow cosmonaut and celestial siren Honey Harper will be headlining two nights of the most alien revue we’ve ever made. Come on out for a night of unearthly characters, heavenly voices from our guests, and meteoric tunes from the Cosmic Country house band featuring Nick Levine of Jodi! Our host Andrew Sa, Chicago’s queer crooner, will be hosting this wild evening. Dress the part, and DO NOT MISS IT!


Honey Harper entered our universe through a wormhole from another dimension. His first album Starmaker caught the attention of critic after critic who would compare him to Brian Eno and Gram Parsons, but this ethereal voice is on its own plane of existence. He followed up this pivotal release with  a new band of earthlings with his partner and co-founder of the group Alana Pagnutti. Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky features groove-laden tunes and harmonies, and tonight he’ll be backed by the Cosmic Country Band covering songs from both albums.


Howdy! This quarterly cult-hit is an homage to country variety shows like Grand Ole Opry with an extraterrestrial-psychedelic twist. A diverse group of guest vocalists, who you may not otherwise find singing country classics, sing some covers with an all-star band. Some of the best names in, alt-comedy, drag performers, and other variety acts are showcased followed by a set from an original cosmic-country headliner. 

Originally started as a way for creators Dorian Gehring (Foxhall Studios) and Sullivan Davis to start a covers night, the show quickly evolved into an intergalactic revue. A cast was formed, and the night soon had duets with a two-person horse costume, giant raccoons teaching an audience how to dance, a fully dressed set of multi-colored cacti, and even more alien events. 


Haley Fohr of Circuit des Yeux

Living Thing

Edie McKenna of Modern Nun

Mary Williamson

..and more!


Dorian Gehring

Spencer Tweedy

Sullivan Davis

Nick Levine