I guess it's not too much of a "secret show" when it's announced two days in advance. That doesn't mean we're not psyched to see Neon Indian, the rising "chillwave" band, perform a free show in Boston on Sunday. Organizers just announced the location of the concert: Power Station, 540 Harrison Ave., at 4 p.m. Doors are at 3, and it's a first-come, first-served affair.
Neon Indian's show is part of the Secret Generator Series sponsored by Urban Outfitters and Levi's. (Deerhunter recently played a secret show in Chicago.) In addition to the concert, Urban Outfitters will be handing out free gift cards.
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