The Red Dots

Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are in Victoria for three shows only.

  • Aug. 17, 2011 9:00 a.m.

Otto and Astrid Rot are bringing their hilariously absurd indie-rock odyssey to The Metro Studio (1411 Quadra) for three shows only, Aug. 18-20.

Join Astrid and Otto Rot, Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) for their hilariously absurd indie-rock odyssey, Kunst Rock described as Spinal Tap meets Flight of the Conchords. Their award winning pre-Fringe show rocks the Metro Studio Theatre (1411 Quadra) Aug. 18-20 for three shows only. Tickets are available at ticketrocket.org. M

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