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Saturday, March 3

MarchFourth Family Matinee

w/ Joy Now Band

2 p.m. doors, 3 p.m. show

All ages welcome

$11 advance ($8 kids 4-12), $15 day of show ($12 kids 4-12), children under 4 FREE

MarchFourth Family Matinee

MarchFourth is a joy-inducing force of entertainment. This colorful explosion of brassy funk, rock, and jazz emanates from musicians, acrobats, stilters and more, touring the country year-round, taking audiences on a booty-shaking, soul-stirring journey that defies categorization. Fifteen MarchFourth musicians traveled from Portland, Oregon to New Orleans, Louisiana to record their fourth studio album, MAGIC NUMBER. With Producer Ben Ellman (Galactic) and Engineer/Producer Mikael "Count" Eldridge (DJ Shadow, Tycho, Galactic, Trombone Shorty) at the helm, the album is full of the captivating grooves and brassy swagger you'd expect from M4, plus a healthy dose of New Orleans magic, with guest appearance by Trombone Shorty, Stanton Moore (drums), and Matt Perrine (sousaphone). The album was fan-funded through Kickstarter (out September 30, 2016).


"Perfectly merging the artistic spirit of Portland with the musical spectacle of New Orleans, MarchFourth put on one of the most complete shows of any band on any stage. From rocking big band jam tunes, choreography and feats of strength that need to be seen to be believed, MarchFourth entertains on every level every second they are on the stage...or off!" ~Rex Thomson, Live for Live Music


"From the first note to the last, the sound was pumping and the fun never stopped... It's worth noting that there are serious musicians behind all the fun. I was a music major in college and it's obvious these guys (and gals) have had lots of training and formal practice. Talented band geeks turned rebels. When one of the horn players steps up to improvise a solo, you know it's going to be a treat." ~ Tim Leffel, USAToday


"You could call MarchFourth a Vaudeville circus, or a sexy carnivalesque sideshow of animalistic proportions where all sense of decorum is beaten into submission. I call it a panoply for the senses, a celebratory feast of friends, a visually stunning performance that sears itself into your brain." ~Mike Greenblatt, The Aquarian

website:
http://www.marchfourthband.com/