Halls of the Autumn: Today has been declared ‘Caspian Day’ in the city of Beverly, Mass.

Caspian’s sold-out 10th anniversary show tonight at the Larcom Theatre in Beverly doesn’t start for another several hours, but the day is already theirs in their hometown north of Boston.

The City of Beverly, Massachusetts, has declared today, October 18, “Caspian Day” by order of the mayor, Michael P. Cahill.

“On behalf of the City Of Beverly, it is my distinct honor to extend sincere Happy Anniversary wishes to Caspian, on the occasion of the band’s Ten Year Anniversary” reads the mayor’s proclamation, which you can view in all its official-ness below. “Caspian has made amazing music and brought great enjoyment to countless fans near and far. Having chosen to make Beverly their home the members of Caspian have brought good will, honor and pride to our community.”

Says the band, via Facebook: “Literally speechless.”

As noted above, Caspian’s show tonight is very sold out. Watch the band’s teaser trailer after the proclamation, and check out details on the afterparty at the nearby Spotlight Tavern, which features performances by 28 Degrees Taurus and Arms & Sleepers.

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