Pepper, Bag Raiders, and Na’an Stop play TONIGHT in Balch Fieldhouse!
DOORS OPEN @ 8:00 PM.
MUSIC BEGINS @ 8:00 PM.
Tickets will be available for purchase at the venue for CASH ONLY or online here.
Backpacks, Camelbaks, and large purses will not be permitted inside the venue.
Program Council and Dynamic Entertainment are teaming up to bring you Pepper, Bag Raiders, and Na’an Stop as our Homecoming Concert 2014 performers!
When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Doors at 8:00 PM
Where: Balch Fieldhouse
This event is open to students and the general public.
Tickets are OFFICIALLY FOR SALE! Get yours here.
Comprised of bassist/vocalist Bret Bollinger, guitarist/vocalist Kaleo Wassman and drummer Yesod Williams, formed in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1997. Having grown up surfing on the island, it’s not a wonder that they would mix their rock “shock and ah” flare, along with their mellow island rhythm roots to create their own truly diverse sound. They have also been known to hypnotize fans of all walks of life with their incredibly sweet harmonies all the while keeping bodies moving on the dance floor.
Listen to Pepper here.
While LA-based Australian electronic pop duo Bag Raiders hone their production and songwriting craft to develop album #2, they continue to make club music in tandem. Being a strong part of Chris Stracey and Jack Glass’ DNA, these repetitious meditations are a deeply satisfying process. The immediacy and excitement of two lethal tracks has prompted a standalone EP, breaking their release drought with cross-continental dancefloors in the crosshairs.
Listen to Bag Raiders here.
Na’an Stop, pronounced “non-stop”, is a group of five guys from Boulder, CO that craft a smooth blend of reggae/rock music that keep you moving and always wanting more. The reggae/rock foundation paves the way for the band’s dub, ska and hip hop influences that are expressed through harmonious brass pieces, heavy drum beats and fluid guitar play. Na’an Stop’s unique sound and high energy live performances that display the collaborative and mulit-instrumental talents of the band have helped them become one of the fastest rising success stories in the Colorado music scene.
Listen to Na’an Stop here.