21+ Event Standing room only “Come ring in the New Year with great live music based right here in Kalamazoo, MI! Trifocal is a Michigan based psychedelic funk rock trio that fuses elements of multiple genres to create a musical experience full of twists and turns. Throughout the many changes of feel and energy, their music maintains a sense of groove that is impossible to ignore. Trifocal has put out 3 new singles in 2023 that can be streamed on all platforms. Benna is a neo-rock-soul band from Kalamazoo, MI. This project formed with members of the Kalamazoo psychedelic rock band Buddhahandband. Follow them on instagram @benna.music and check out their latest single “Losing” streaming everywhere. For this special event, Trifocal has been putting together a setlist of covers featured on various versions of Tony Hawk Pro Skater, including but not limited to bands like Primus, CKY, and Goldfinger. It is gonna get wild!!!”
This is a 21 and over event.Standing Room Only Stormy Chromer has been a mainstay of the Midwest live music scene since its inception in 2014. Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, the band has been steadily touring and amassing fans for nearly a decade. With a focus on musical exploration and creative programming, the band works to bring an engaging, raucous, and mesmerizing live show. Dedicated to the concept of group improvisation, one can expect Stormy Chromer songs to reach far beyond the confines of their composed structures at concerts. The band has performed alongside heavy hitters such as Aqueous, Mungion, The Werks, The Main Squeeze, Laith Al-Saadi, and Consider the Source. In addition to Stormy Chromer’s headlining tours they have been featured on major festivals and events, including Summer Camp Music Festival, The Werk Out, Cowpie Music Festival, and official Umphrey’s Mcgee afterparties. Stormy Chromer’s studio debut “Peace of Pizza EP” (2015) was followed by their full-length album, “A Tale of Two Mouths” (2016) and the “Solid Sessions EP” (2018). The band went on to work with acclaimed producer Chris Steinmetz, releasing the fan-favorite “Alucinaré” as a single in 2019. Combined with an explosive live show, Stormy Chromer delivers a one-two punch of riveting performance and powerful songwriting that captivates audiences and keeps them chasing more.
This is a 21 and over event.Standing Room Only The quartet Dopapod—Eli Winderman [keys, vocals], Rob Compa [guitar, vocals], Chuck Jones [bass], and Neal “Fro” Evans [drums]—present albums as experiences meant to be shared out of your speakers and on stage. Traversing time travel, palindromic labyrinths, and binary pairs in a greater cohesive mystery, Dopapod’s latest self-titled album ties the conceptual ends of the group’s discography, while charting a path forward. The group’s hypnotic hybrid of funk, rock, jazz, bluegrass, and electronica has packed shows coast-to-coast, and earned acclaim from Rolling Stone, Guitar World, Glide Magazine, and more, while reeling in millions of streams online. Their immersive, expansive vision as a group continues to conjure alchemy nearly fifteen years into their journey as they tour and record through 2023.—— TAUK has been painting with sound for nearly a decade now, pushing boundaries and reinventing themselves every chance they get. Founded by Dolan, Jalbert, and Carter, who began playing together as middle schoolers on Long Island, the band landed on its present incarnation in 2012, when college pal Teel joined full time.Since then, the quartet has gone on to tour with the likes of Umphrey’s McGee, Widespread Panic, and Lettuce, landed festival slots everywhere from Bonnaroo to Electric Forest, racked up millions of streams across platforms, and garnered extensive critical praise with a series of widely lauded studio and live albums. The Washington Post hailed the band’s music as “a hard-charging, often melodic fusion that—thanks to a penchant for improv—offers limitless possibilities,” while Keyboard Magazine declared that their sound “doesn’t adhere to a single genre but, instead, creates its own,” and Relix dubbed them “an incredibly impressive ensembleof talent.”