MarchFourth Marching Band
MarchFourth is a joy-inducing force of entertainment. The colorful explosion of brassy funk, rock, and jazz is all about the groove. This larger-than-life group of musicians and acrobats tours the country year-round, bringing a spirit of celebration wherever they go. MarchFourth is, in a word, FUN!
MarchFourth is a genre-breaking force of entertainment. This explosion of brassy funk, rock, and jazz emanates from fifteen or so performers: musicians, acrobats, stilters and more, touring the country year-round, stealing the festival wherever they appear, taking audiences on a joy-inducing, booty-shaking, soul-stirring journey that defies categorization. Word on the street: You have to see it to believe it!
MarchFourth! is an internationally-acclaimed, genre-breaking FORCE in the world of live entertainment—a sonic explosion delivered by 20 musicians and dancers who tour the country, year-round, stealing the festival wherever they appear, taking audiences from all walks of life on a joy-inducing, booty-shaking, soul-stirring journey that defies categorization! Word on the street: You have to see it to believe it!
Since their inception in Portland, Oregon, in 2003, the group has become recognized as one of the nation’s busiest and best live touring acts playing close to 200 shows a year. MarchFourth Marching Band (M4 for short) is much more than what its name might indicate. The performance is a visual and aural feast, with around 20 performers including approximately 8 horn players, 5 drummers, bass guitar, and 5 dancers, stilt walkers and acrobats.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present March Fourth Marching Band at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, March 28th. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 30th for $12.00 in advance and $14.00 day of show.With a rallying cry of “JOY NOW!” MarchFourth Marching Band (known as M4 by its growing legion of fans) throws itself and the audience into a swirling volcano of high-energy music and spectacle.
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated at the end of October or early November across Mexico as a celebration and worship of ancestors long since passed. In more Southern areas of Mexico, home to Mayan ancestors, the holiday is called “Hanal Pixan”; which translates to ‘souls food’. People celebrate by making food and altars to present to their deceased family members. At Boulder Theater, DeVotchKa fed our souls with haunting, beautiful, and stirring songs and