The Slackers

with the Aggrolites & We Are The Union

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Sun Dec 12

The Slackers

with the Aggrolites & We Are The Union

Doors: 7:00 pm
Start: 8:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$25
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Genre: Ska/Reggae


Ticket Price: $25 advanced / $25 day of show / $44 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office)

The Slackers

The Slackers are a sextet based out of New York City. They mix together ska, reggae, soul, and rock n roll, balancing strong rhythms with classic songwriting and poignant contemporary
lyrics.

Since 1991, the Slackers have released fifteen albums and countless singles, while their 1000s of live performances feed their fans with energetic sets of ecstatic music.

The press state that the Slackers are “the best ska band in the world” (Rude International), “the pick of the US crop” (MetalHammer), “the sound of New York’ (New York Times), “is about as close to perfect as it gets” (Ink 19), and “one of the best bands in the United States” (axs.com)

The Aggrolites

The Aggrolites are more than a band they are a movement unto themselves. They carry a banner - one created with their own hands. This banner reads, “Dirty Reggae,” and represents their signature fusion of reggae, soul, grit and determination. For twelve magnificent years, this dirty reggae bunch has rolled from city to city, across the pond and up main street USA. They rally the kids, the parents, the students, the cops, the bosses and the drifters. The people come, they relish in The Aggrolites, the dirty reggae and the joy that comes with it all. The liberating rhythms and catchy grooves demand a return trip.

We Are The Union

We Are The Union is a band with many homes, but is currently based in Los Angeles, CA. Drawing heavily on ska, pop, and punk rock, the band’s 2021 full length, ‘Ordinary Life,’ balances soul crushing lyrics about dysphoria and heartbreak with endless hooks and furiously catchy choruses. The album, which serves as vocalist Reade Wolcott’s coming out as a trans woman, was recorded in secret in a rented house in Joshua Tree with producer Jon Graber. ‘Ordinary Life’ is out now via Bad Time Records.