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Snarky Puppy

Finished Sep 24, 2023

Orpheum Theater

The five-time Grammy Award Winning jazz and funk collective!

Snarky Puppy

Finished Sep 24, 2023

Orpheum Theater

The five-time Grammy Award Winning jazz and funk collective!

Why see Snarky Puppy?

Jazz Funk Behemoth Snarky Puppy on tour!

Five-time Grammy Award-Winning jazz and funk collective Snarky Puppy formed in 2004, shaking up the underground contemporary jazz scene with a bold, new flavor of funk fusion that saw them rise swiftly to the upper echelons of the music world. Don't miss them as they head out on a brand new tour that's set to feature your favorite songs!

The celebrated instrumental outfit features an ever-revolving roster of highly talented musicians that have performed with the likes of Erykah Badu, Justin Timberlake, and Marcus Miller, but remains centered around bandleader, MD and bass wizard Michael League's otherworldly compositions.

Key Information

Covid 19 secure

You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.

Dates

Finished Sep 24, 2023

Reviews

Customer reviews

5 reviews, average rating: (3.4 Stars)

Ben

Amazingly amazing

simply the best concert I have ever attended. The opener, house of waters, was extremely cool, though the volume was a little much, and is now one of my favorite bands. When Snarky puppy finally took the stage and the lights dimmed and as the crowd silenced, hearing the opening to keep it on your mind was absolutely breathtaking. I have listened to every song they played many times over, and absolutely love the recordings, but the live versions blew me away. After the set was over, they came back for an encore, where they played Shofukan, and somehow an already legendarily good song got better. the trumpet solo was impeccable, and the crowd participation was very cool. the best part... they resolved the final chord. The only less than ideal part was the venue, as the seats were incredibly pact, and y knees were pressed against the seats in front of me, but that was quickly forgotten when they started playing. ... Read more

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