The Pixies will play the final show of their spring 2015 tour at T.T. the Bear’s Place in Cambridge, Mass., tonight (June 18). The iconic club – which the Pixies cite as playing a major role during their early days – will close at the end of July and the band haven't played there since 1987.

Tickets for the show, which was just announced earlier today, are going for $55 and will go on sale at 2PM ET. They will be limited two per person and will be sold first-come, first-served. Get more details on the Pixies’ website. Check out a photo of frontman Black Francis outside the club earlier today:

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“T.T. the Bear’s is one of the clubs that broke us, and we played there many, many times,” said guitarist Joey Santiago in a statement. “And all the great bands that we saw there, we have a lot of wonderful memories of the place.”

Drummer David Loverling added, “As I recall, it could be a little bit of a dangerous place. They have a bar and a pool table there, and I remember many times after soundcheck, just waiting to play the show, we’d play pool and get a little too drunk. It was a great place and as sad as it is that it’s closing, we’re very honored to be a part of its last hurrah.”

The Pixies’ final show at T.T. the Bear’s Place could be a direct response to the club’s general manager, Kevin Patey, who -- upon announcing the the establishment’s imminent closure -- told the Boston Globe, “Hey, if the Pixies wanna come back and play here, they’re more than welcome. Drop us a line.”

The Pixies released Indie Cindy, their first album in more than 20 years, last year. The Black Francis-led crew recently debuted a brand-new song, “Um Chagga Lagga.”

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