San Diego, CA’s Slightly Stoopid has announced the dates for their 9th annual coast-to-coast summer tour. The Return Of The Red Eye Summer Tour will hit amphitheaters and pavilions throughout North America with SOJA announced as direct support for most dates. Zion I, The Grouch & Eligh and Fortunate Youth will also perform on select portions of the tour.
All brought a powerful message of love, togetherness, and caring for humanity and our planet: a concert that made your soul shine! The good vibrations were carried on the gorgeous Red Rocks sunset on a clear warm summer evening.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present 3 nights of SOJA at the Fox Theatre on Friday, November 15th through Sunday, November 17th, 2013. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Saturday, August 24th at 12:00pm for $25.00 general admission.Mention folk music to the average listener and the list of usual suspects come to mind: Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Woodie Guthrie, etc.
Friday at Wakarusa began with sunshine and high fives. It was an awesome day. Despite the fact I put on sunscreen 5 times, I still got a sunburn. But I got to see a fair amount of music and found a lot of friends I had been hoping to see. Overall, great day!
We’re about an hour away from kicking off the music here on the second day of the tenth annual Wakarusa Music Festival at Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Ark.After a rough first day of shows getting rained out and mud EVERYWHERE, I have high hopes that things will start to dry out at least by the time we leave Monday. Right now it’s pretty overcast, but I haven’t seen any rain yet.
Boy howdy! Sunday was an interesting close to Mulberry Mountain’s Wakarusa Festival! The day started out perfectly: nice weather, a good lineup and all around happytimes. I even got to interview The Infamous Stringdusters’ Andy Falco and Travis Book! If you haven’t seen this band - do it.
The Grateful Web’s Bailey Elise McBride recently had the chance to speak with Jacob Hemphill of DC-based reggae band SOJA while at Wakarusa Music Festival in Ozark, Ark. The two discussed SOJA’s first experience at an American festival, their latest album and why international audiences find SOJA’s music so appealing.