5:32 am - Friday September 22, 2017

Rebelution / Red Rocks Amphitheatre / June 20‏

REBELUTION

With Special Guests

Tribal Seeds and Del The Funky Homosapien

RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE                 

Saturday, June 20

Showtime 7:30 pm / Doors 6:30 pm

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 @ 10:00 AM

 

Tickets are $39.50 GA ADV and $45.00 GA DOS plus applicable service charges. 

A VIP ticket which includes RESERVED SOUNDBOARD SEATING is also available for $75.00.  Tickets Available at www.LIVENATION.com

 

“Too blessed to be stressed,” is one of many key song lyrics from Rebelution’s new album Count Me In. The California band’s fourth full-length release on its own label 87 Music, and partnering for the first time with Easy Star Records, marks its tenth year together. And while surely every band has its share of stress, Rebelution feels they have been “too blessed” to have much time to worry about it.

 

Guitarist/singer Eric Rachmany said about the band in its decade milestone, “We still have the same energy as we did as a young band, if not more. The more experience we had doing this, the more inspired we became.”  The acknowledgement of injustice that deepens some of Rebelution’s stories draws on the roots-reggae tradition that inspired the band in the first place. Indeed, their love for the inspirational roots of modern Jamaican music has culminated in collaboration with Don Carlos himself, on the jam-anthem “Roots Reggae Music.”

Count Me In, released on June 10th, 2014, debuted on the Billboard Top 200 at #14 and marked the band’s third consecutive #1 Reggae album.

 

All very different, but always musical brothers, these tireless pioneers of California Reggae now play 100-120 shows a year. Tours have taken them to South America, Guam, Aruba, New Zealand and Europe. They’ve performed at Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits. They’ve headlined and sold out Red Rocks and the Santa Barbara Bowl, and done all this with no backing from any major label and very little media support. 

 

Marley explains: “Our music is meant to move people physically and mentally at the same time. When people are really dancing and really thinking, that’s a double threat.” Among other things, he adds, it evokes “It’s a ‘one love’ spirit and we’re doing it in our own style, influenced by the diversity in California and the people we were surrounded by growing up.”

 

Still, at heart, the story of Rebelution is a pretty easy one to understand. As the band embarks on its second decade, Eric explains, “Rebelution is a great example of four friends who got together to play music for the fun of it, and still do that today. We just play music that we really enjoy.” 

This show is produced by Live Nation in association with Bill Bass Concerts. 

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