Alt 92.1 and Live Nation will present red-hot indie group Bleachers, with special guests Bishop Briggs, Misterwives and Welshly Arms, on Thursday November 2 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the F.M. Kirby Center. Tickets can be purchased at the Kirby Center Box Office, by phone at (570) 826-1100 and online at www.kirbycenter.org. New York City-based indie rock band Bleachers is the solo project of Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff. Formed while Antonoff was touring in support of Fun.'s Grammy-nominated 2012 album, Some Nights, the side-project’s debut single, "I Wanna Get Better," was released in the spring of 2014 by RCA, with an album, Strange Desire, following that summer. Sarah Grace McLaughlin, known by her stage name Bishop Briggs, is a British musician based out of Los Angeles whose 2016 single “River” was a commercial success, reaching number 2 on Spotify’s global viral 50 and breaking the top 10 on the rock airplay and alternative songs charts. Later that same year, she opened for Coldplay and made her national television debut on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. With just that one EP and some demos to their name, MisterWives has garnered great buzz among major music publications like Interview, Paste, and MTV Buzzworthy. Following the release of 2015’s critically-acclaimed debut album 'Our Own House,' touring internationally, and performing at some of the biggest music festivals around the globe, the New York City-based pop group is poised to do even bigger things in 2017. On the band’s breakout single “Legendary,” Welshly Arms lead singer and guitarist Sam Getz belts, “Cuz we’re gonna be legends, gonna get their attention.” Breathing life into those words, this anthem from the Cleveland –based blues-Rock outfit captured the globe’s “attention” in 2017. Initially igniting Germany after its independent release, the song quietly spread like wildfire across countless influential Spotify playlists, cracking 15 million streams and 600,000 Shazam’s in under six months.