Sufjan Stevens

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Sufjan Stevens

Shelia Saputo

Fri, November 23, 2012

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Union Transfer

Philadelphia, PA

$20

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This event is all ages

Will Call Only. Limit of 4. ID MUST BE FURNISHED ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW IN ORDER TO PICK UP TICKETS. TICKETS WILL NOT BE RELEASED TO ANYONE BUT THE TICKET PURCHASER.

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Sufjan Stevens
Sufjan Stevens
Sufjan Stevens was found in a milk crate on the doorstep of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, in Detroit, MI, on Canada Day, July 1, 1975. He was wrapped in cellophane, and tagged on the wrist with the mysterious note: "I love you." Mr. and Mrs. Stevens had three other children: Jo-Jo, Zukey-Dukey, and Jam-Jam. Mrs. Stevens crocheted afghans for the flea market. Mr. Stevens was the custodian at the hospital. They had very little money, but very big hearts. They decided to keep the baby (using the milk crate to hold their National Geographics). They named him Sufjan Stevens, after Abu Sufjan Muhammad, the great Armenian Sufi warrior who slew ten thousand dragons to save the Fairy Princess. Despite his despondent looks, Sufjan was a good kid. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens did the best they could. They fed him carrots, they read him parts of the Bhagavad Gita, they combed his hair, they sang songs and tap-danced in the living room. Things were looking good!
Shelia Saputo
Shelia Saputo
I'm a real fan of the I Love Lucy coffee table collection series. I collect dryer lint from various discount dryer machines on melrose avenue. I enjoy riding my bike in the evenings. I roller skate every thursday night with my church rollerskating group, skating for the high'er. I dream of one day living on my own chicken farm, with goats and sheep too. I'm an excellent driver.
Venue Information:
Union Transfer
1026 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19123