Rainbow Kitten Surprise
As announced yesterday via their socials, Nashville-based quintet and live sensations Rainbow Kitten Surprise have sold out their entire ‘Live in Colorado’ tour – selling over 25K tickets for the run which only went on-sale this past Friday.
The highly-anticipated four-night trek is slated for July 2 + 3 at Dillon Amphitheater and July 5 + 6 at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Fellow Nashville-based outfit The Brook & the Bluff will support all four dates.
As if channeling another dimension where genres simply don’t exist, Rainbow Kitten Surprise find harmony in unpredictability, weaving together lyrical poetry, hummable melodies, and a rush of instrumental eccentricities. They quietly built an audience with Seven + Mary  and RKS  before serving up their 2018 full-length debut for Elektra, “HOW TO: FRIEND, LOVE, FREEFALL” – produced by Grammy Award-winner Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Sleeper Agent).
“The more diverse music one has experienced, the better idea one has in forming a complete definition of music… Cultural expression and learning operate within a boundary. Diversity comes from outside of this boundary and leads to more learning, which enriches cultural expression...” - C. Victor Fung | The Role of Musical Diversity in Redefining Music: Towards Rich and Meaningful Life Experiences
Music is a fluid phenomenon. It consistently transcends, embodies, and actualizes, throughout the differential matter of time and space.
Suwannee Hulaween 2022 lineup: The String Cheese Incident, Black Pumas, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, CloZee, Fearless Flyers & more
Music is the lifeblood of the Triangle, and for fifty years, Carrboro’s live music venue Cat’s Cradle has been the heart that keeps it pumping. But like many independent music venues across the country, Cat’s Cradle is in trouble. With its concert calendar canceled and the building shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the club is struggling to cover rent and basic overhead costs. With the prospect of drastically reduced revenue even after shows return, there is a growing need to help it survive until things normalize.
Rainbow Kitten Surprise Announce Ticketed Livestream To Commemorate Rescheduled 2-Night Stand At Red Rocks
Nashville-based quintet Rainbow Kitten Surprise have announced a special, livestreamed event - hosted by Topeka, a service that allows fans to connect face-to-face with artists via live interactive video - on Tuesday, July 14, at 9pm ET, to commemorate the genre-defying band’s sold out, two-night stand at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, originally scheduled for July 13-14 this year, but rescheduled to 2021 due to Covid-19. See the band’s post announcing the new dates