Also totally worth it is whatever clump of beer-sodden bills you find in your pocket to gain admittance at 10 p.m. tonight for a wild and weird triple bill at the Prospector, 2400 E. Seventh St., in Long Beach.
Headliners are Bearcoon, which is, like, ‘nuff said. It’s the acclaimed Long Beach duo’s first appearance at the opulent (in an ersatz Gold Rush tavern way) Prospector. The band goes on at midnight.
On the undercard, you’ve got openers the Champanties, a trio of singing women who sound like they stepped out in the 1960s’ girl-band scene by way of the 1950s.
Sandwiched like a delicious Reuben between the two acts is (or are) Cowboy & Indian which, if you hate train songs, don’t even bother. But who doesn’t love train songs? Cowboy, in this instance, is crack guitarist and singer Robbie Allen, with Indian being played hyper-realistically by the mighty Antoine Arvizu (who’ll also be behind the kit for the Champanties).
Cowboy & Indian go on at 11-ish.