Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Sunday December 5
~rescheduled from 9/29/20 < from 6/18/20
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Dante Elephante [co-headlining]
indie rock r&b soul
Okey Dokey [co-headlining]
psychedelic indie pop
alternative indie pop
note: Co-headliners may switch order.
-from Santa Barbara, CA
-Dante Elephante is based out of Santa Barbara, CA. Released German Aquatics in 2013 & Anglo- Saxon Summer (Produced by Jonathan Rado) in 2015 via Lolipop Records. Rare Attractions was released digitally in the summer of 2018.
Dante Elephante's new album, "Mid-Century Modern Romance" was released on January 8th, 2020 via Born Losers Records.
Dante Elephante has toured the entire US from 2016-present, and has supported acts such as The Orwells, Summer Salt, Hunny, Japanese Breakfast, Awolnation, Cold War Kids, and more.
-from Nashville, TN
-Okey Dokey started as a passion project between two friends to create art that could withstand the test of time. Over the years, the band grew frustrated with the distance between themselves and their listeners. The listener being as essential as a tree is to its fruit. The artist equally so to the listener. What are veins if there is no blood to pump? What are beliefs with no thought? If Okey Dokey were to remain just a band, would the fruit still be as sweet? Would the body’s limbs still be equally filled with blood given the wall of separation between the artist and listener? The band decided to remove the separation and become something new. No longer shall there be two, but one. One community with one pulse all trusting in the higher powers harnessed by Okey Dokey. Join today and become part of one of the fastest growing communities in North America.
-from San Francisco, CA
-Mae Powell fills her music with loving optimism about the way the world guides its denizens. The Bay Area singer/songwriter’s debut album, Both Ways Brighter evinces a vibrant collaborative spirit, from its playful instrumentation to lyrics about caretaking and camaraderie even in hostile environments.
Openness is a guiding theme throughout the album, which offers plentiful reminders that people are best connected when they find ways to stay soft. Powell acknowledges it's not always easy. There’s plenty that stands in the way of true, honest communication, but there’s also plenty we can do to take those obstacles apart piece by piece.
With Both Ways Brighter, Powell sets a keen eye on the ways people are able to find each other even when our environments tend to foster our alienation. "It's about always coming back to love and always being thankful, telling your friends you love them, even if it's scary and feels weird coming out of your mouth," says Powell. In their gentle, communal spirit, these songs offer respite, proving that we don't have to go through it all alone.