SunSquabi

SunSquabi has just announced a 2-night run that will take place on August 7 - 8th in Steamboat Springs, CO. The shows will be held at the Strings Pavilion parking lot and will be a drive-in musical experience. All safety and social distancing requirements will be in place and enforced for the well being of all attendees and working crews alike.

The String Cheese Incident have released their first new music of 2020. The new single - “Top Down” was a collaborative effort between two Colorado-based bands, The String Cheese Incident and SunSquabi. The track premiered exclusively via This Song is Sick earlier this week.

Colorado electronic jam band hybrid trio SunSquabi delivers their seventh album, their third live one, today, Friday, February 7th. SunSquabi Live 2019 provides a hand-selected array of recordings from the band’s live performances in 2019, ranging from large festival gigs to club-venue recordings. These recordings were carefully curated by the trio’s members to mimic that mind-bending, mystical experience of a SunSquabi live set.

SunSquabi has announced their upcoming 2020 winter touring schedule. The tour takes the band thru the Southwest with stops throughout the Colorado Rocky Mountains and into Arizona. Supporting SunSquabi on these dates is Maddy O’Neal, Balkan Bump, Recess, Lucid Vision and Funkstatik. The run features 2 night runs in Telluride, Steamboat and Avon (Vail Valley) with other stops in Crested Butte, Tempe and Flagstaff.

Colorado-based hydro-funk trio SunSquabi is returning home for a special 3 night Halloween run. With support coming from the likes of Maddy O’Neal, Dynohunter and Nobide the Colorado Halloween run tour stops include a return to the Boulder Theater on Halloween Night 10/31, followed by a stop in Ft. Collins at the Aggie on Nov. 1st with Dynohunter and a debut at the 10 Mile Music Hall on Nov. 2nd in Frisco, CO with Maddy O’Neal. This will be the first performance in their home town of Boulder since February 4th, 2017. 

Colorado-based hydro-funk trio Sunsquabi has invited some of their closest friends and musical peers to REMIX their latest release Instinct. Chris Karns, Late Night Radio and Nobide will all be featured on REMIXES, each putting their own stylish spin on the track of their choice.

Colorado-based hydro-funk trio SunSquabi has just announced their 2019 Fall tour schedule with more dates to be announced in the coming weeks. With support coming from the likes of Maddy O’Neal, Goose, Cycles, Michal Menert, Dreamers Delight and more.

Tour stops include special two-night runs in Portland, Atlanta, Grand Rapids and Asheville. Other markets include Washington DC (930 club), Los Angeles, Nashville, Dallas, Austin and more. VIP packages are also being offered from the band for the first time.

Colorado-based hydro-funk trio SunSquabi has just announced a run of West Coast dates that will kick off their 2019 touring schedule. This is the second installment of dates for their Instinct Tour with more to come! Instinct Tour comes on the heels of a full-length record that will include released tracks ‘Caterpillar’, ‘Chrysalis’ and ‘Night Moth’. Instinct’s release date is January 11th, 2019.

SunSquabi has announced their first headlining performance for 2019 in their home state of Colorado. The 3-piece suit will be performing at the Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday January 26th as a part of the venue’s 20th anniversary run of shows.  SunSquabi will be joined by Too Many Zooz (New York, NY), The Hip Abduction (St. Petersburg, FL) and Nobide (Denver, CO) with special guest Chris Karns (Denver, CO) to round out the bill with tweener sets all night long.

SunSquabi has announced an intimate benefit concert that will take place on Dec. 7th at the Bluebird Theater in support of the Can’d Aid Foundation. The just-announced performance follows the band’s primetime slot at the inaugural Grandoozy festival this past September, and their performance alongside Opiuo at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in April.

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