Cincinnati Synth Pop Band Moonbeau Bids Fond Farewell to 2019 with Free Hometown Show

The group — along with Toledo Synth Pop duo Bliss Nova and fellow Cincy act Passeport — plays New Year's Eve at MOTR Pub

click to enlarge Moonbeau - PHOTO: JEFF LYON
Photo: Jeff Lyon
This year, Cincinnati Synth Pop act Moonbeau did some regional touring to capitalize on their amazing 2018 debut album and also released the single “Think Fast/Lay Down” (as well as a remix from local artist Danny and His Fantasy).

In November they scored another Cincinnati Entertainment Award for their mantel, taking home the Electronic trophy. Most importantly, in the big picture, the love story at the heart of the band entered a new phase. Frontpeople Christian Gough and Claire Muenchen got married in September.

That’s a pretty big year for one of Cincinnati’s most exciting and promising original acts and you can help them celebrate it in style and ring out the year on New Year’s Eve at MOTR Pub — which means there is no cover charge… which means you can afford to drink more, if you’re into that kind of thing.

Toledo Synth Pop duo Bliss Nova and fellow Cincy act Passeport will also perform. 

10 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31. Free. MOTR Pub, 1345 Main St., Over-the-Rhine,

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