Today, Billboard chart-toppers Slightly Stoopid unveil the first round of dates for their annual summer tour. Dubbed Summer Traditions 2020 (a nod to the outdoor summer tour-circuit the band has done annually since 2006), Slightly Stoopid and fans alike will travel the states, sharing good times with one another through music and community as they have done since the band’s inception 25 years ago.
Slightly Stoopid to perform double header at Red Rocks - Aug 15 + 16 -- supporting acts announced today!
AEG Presents is thrilled to announce SLIGHTLY STOOPID's TWO night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre Saturday, August 15 & Sunday, August 16, 2020. The Ocean Beach, CA ensemble will be performing a unique set each night. Saturday night the band will play a Slightly Stoopid & Friends electric set with special guests on August 15th. Then on Sunday, August 16th, they will do their Acoustic Roots set at sunset - a rare acoustic performance the band has only played in the US one other time. Doors August 15 open at 5:30pm, show 6:00pm. Doors August 16 open at 3:30pm, show at 4:00pm.
Reggae Rise Up – one of the most recognized reggae festival brands in the US – has just announced the full lineup for the latest addition to their growing list of festival properties, Reggae Rise Up Vegas! Taking place over 420-weekend on April 18th and 19th at The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, Reggae Rise Up Vegas is slated to deliver one of the most impressive genre-specific lineups Sin City has ever seen.
The video features vintage footage of the band over the last 20+ years, a retrospective of many milestones and collaborations in the band’s career, including performances from early days with Bradley Nowell (Sublime), Snoop Dogg (2009), Bob Weir (2011), Karl Denson, Sly and Robbie, Half Pint, and Pepper (2008).
Day two of California Roots Music and Arts Festival 2019 was when it started to become increasingly undeniable that the festival was growing closer and closer to the level of popularity akin to a traditional mainstream festival, as opposed to its usual niche. Much of the festival’s merchandise sold out before the end of day one, a clear sign that this year’s festival grew faster than even optimistically expected.
It’s finally that time of the year. The tenth anniversary of the biggest reggae festival in America, California Roots Music and Arts Festival is upon us, and Cali Roots X promises to be the biggest installment yet. What started a decade ago as an intimate, one-day get together in Monterey has evolved into a movement unlike anything else in the world.
This summer, Slightly Stoopid will bring along special guests Matisyahu, Tribal Seeds and HIRIE. 2019’s North American route will take the band on 28 stops from California’s Pacific Ocean across the Atlantic seaboard, with additional dates to be announced including stops in Europe.
It was a good day. Redondo Beach, California’s, inaugural BeachLife Festival got off to a splendid start on Friday, May 3, with Bob Weir, Chris Robinson, Slightly Stoopid, and Steel Pulse leading the way, and the undercard featuring lots of roots-reggae rock, all of which colorfully defined the SoCal beach vibe. Cool breezes from the adjacent Santa Monica Bay and the Pacific Ocean kept temperatures in the 60s while the early May SoCal sun beamed down on several thousand rosy-faced attendees.