Puddle of Mudd plays Boomer’s Garden

Post-grunge, alternative rock band Puddle of Mudd drew a crowd in 2011 at Rockin’ on the River in Clarkston, and organizers expect a robust show Sunday, May 15, at Boomers' Garden in Lewiston.

Doors open at 5 p.m. at the downtown Lewiston venue, 301 Second St., where Lewiston-Clarkston Valley-based Unconfined and Spokane-based Everyone Loves a Villain will open.



Puddle of Mudd, formed in Kansas City, Mo., in 1992, has sold more than 7 million albums and had a string of No. 1 rock singles, according to its website. Its major-label debut, “Come Clean,” sold more than 5 million copies.

General admission tickets are $30 at bit.ly/BoomersPuddle, at GNC in the Lewiston Center Mall or Les Schwab in downtown Lewiston.

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