Lucid Returns Thursday, December 18
Lucid Returns Thursday, December 18
Lucid Returns Thursday, December 18
WEQXmas Party w/ Robert DeLong
WEQXmas Party w/ Robert DeLong
WEQXmas Party w/ Robert DeLong

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Lucid’s music is incredibly diverse, playing with fresh takes on multiple genres from blues and jazz to rock, ska and hip-hop. They’ve managed to incorporate their myriad influences into an innovative new style that attracts fans from a wide range of musical backgrounds. Lucid’s enlivening, powerful performances energize concert goers from open to encore. Their songs remain structurally tight and carefully woven, distinguishing them from their jam band counterparts. Still, they’re unpredictable in nature, with a knack for improv and a talent for delivery.

Twin Peaks (High Peaks Duo) will open the night!

Doors: 8:30pm
Show: 9:30pm

Ages: 18+

Tickets: $10 at Door  / $5 with a non-perishable food item  (Note: there is a $5 surcharge for attendees under 21)

Jam4Tots

 

Tonight we are raising toys for local families that need a hand during the holidays that are less fortunate.  Admission is $5 @ the door or a new unwrapped unopened toy (we really want the toys). This will be a evening full of great people, family, vibes and jams!

Sonic Metanoia, EN KNEE GIVEN DAZE, Annie In The Water, BOMBMOB, High Peaks band and iS will provide the soundtrack, let’s help the community out!!!

Doors: 5:00pm
Show: 6:00pm

Ages: 18+ (Note: there is a $5 surcharge if under 21)

Tickets: FREE with a NEW Toy Donation  ($5 without a toy)

HotDayZooPDHP

 

Hot Day at the Zoo returns to Putnam Den with Rickett Pass for an evening of bluegrass!

Hot Day at the Zoo (HDATZ) the groove-friendly quartet mix folk, blues, ragtime and jazz with progressive bluegrass and Americana-infused rock and roll. HDATZ’s powerful acoustic music truly resonates in their energizing live show. Marked by a growing list of festival and direct support performances alongside artists including Levon Helm, David Grisman, moe, Railroad Earth, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Cowboy Junkies, Trampled By Turtles and the Ryan Montbleau Band, Hot Day at the Zoo proves that their grassroots approach has built a dedicated fan base. Their rock ‘n’ roll with bluegrass instrumentation resonates with fans of Yonder Mountain String Band, the Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons and Grateful Dead.

“Bluegrass-Punk-Folk Artists Rickett Pass have stunned audiences with their outragous stage shows and left them screaming for more. No matter what types of music you’re into, if you like to let loose and have fun, it will just take one RP show before you’re a fan.” -Beatnik Press

Doors: 8:30pm
Show: 9:30pm

Ages: 18+

Tickets: $10 at Door  (note: there is a $5 surcharge for attendees under 21)