CELEBRATING 20 YEARS The Brooklyn afrobeat juggernaut is recognized for their fluency in funk. Antibalas is also known to collaborate with diverse groups and artists, from Medeski Martin & Wood to Public Enemy, and served as the house band at Carnegie Hall in 2014 (Music of Paul Simon), 2015 (Music of David Byrne & Talking Heads) and 2017 (Music of Aretha Franklin). This tour marks the latest development for a band celebrating their 20th year of bringing the world a thunderous concoction of afrobeat, Latin dance rhythms, and good old American funk. "(Antibalas) does best when they've got a hip-to-hip crowd they can heat up by degrees—with ultra-tight Fela covers and original songs that might as well be." — Village Voice "The Brooklyn-based afrobeat believers have been keeping the spirit of Nigeria's Fela Kuti and his orchestras burning since the early '00s, through the triumphant musical Fela! and various side gigs (including work on Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk)." — Rolling Stone FACEBOOK EVENT RSVP for updates ARTIST WEBSITE antibalas.com Concert Tickets $25/$28 Day Of Standing Room Only, Limited Seating First Come First Serve
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Warehouse
Thursday, March 14th
Doors @ 7:00 PM
Show @ 8:00PM

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Funk / Experimental / Afrobeat



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CELEBRATING 20 YEARS The Brooklyn afrobeat juggernaut is recognized for their fluency in funk. Antibalas is also known to collaborate with diverse groups and artists, from Medeski Martin & Wood to Public Enemy, and served as the house band at Carnegie Hall in 2014 (Music of Paul Simon), 2015 (Music of David Byrne & Talking Heads) and 2017 (Music of Aretha Franklin). This tour marks the latest development for a band celebrating their 20th year of bringing the world a thunderous concoction of afrobeat, Latin dance rhythms, and good old American funk.

"(Antibalas) does best when they've got a hip-to-hip crowd they can heat up by degrees—with ultra-tight Fela covers and original songs that might as well be." — Village Voice

"The Brooklyn-based afrobeat believers have been keeping the spirit of Nigeria's Fela Kuti and his orchestras burning since the early '00s, through the triumphant musical Fela! and various side gigs (including work on Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk)." — Rolling Stone

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