South Stage at Montecito Ave and Palmetto Avenue
Saturday, Sept 29, 2018
|11:15 am||Dutch Uncle||Funk, Soul|
|1:00 pm||State Line Empire||Rock|
|2:45 pm||The Groove Monsters||Cover, Latin, Pop, R&B, Rock|
|4:30 pm||Aqua Nett||Covers, Metal, Rock|
Sunday, Sept 30, 2018
|11:15 am||Sam Johnson||Alternative, Pop, Reggae|
|1:00 pm||Bang Data||Alternative, Hip Hop, Latin, Rock|
|2:45 pm||Native Elements||Metal, Tribute|
|4:30 pm||Jordan T||Island Reggae|
Bands and Performances
Dutch Uncle Saturday 11:15 am
State Line Empire Saturday 1:00 pm
Few bands are establishing themselves so firmly in the world of music like State Line Empire. A multi-talented group of musicians, State Line Empire takes listeners on a compelling journey of thoughts and emotions with every new release.
State Line Empire has toured with John 5, Powerman 5000, Adelitas Way, Slash, Puddle Of Mudd, Red, and Skid Row just to name a few acts.
The Groove Monsters Saturday 2:45 pm
The Groove Monsters are a mix of popular R&B, Pop, Latin and Rock. A great lineup of seasoned musicians bring a fresh take on well known hits.
Aqua Nett Saturday 4:30 pm
Sam Johnson Sunday 11:15 am
Sam’s original music is often heard in TV shows on FOX, BRAVO, MTV, SPIKE and more…
Bang Data Sunday 1:00 pm
Bang Data is like California itself – built on Latin traditions, but deeply hybrid in expression. This beloved Bay Area based band – led by singer/emcee Deuce Eclipse, and drummer/producer Caipo – spins cumbia, hip-hop and rock into a new language of sound for the people.
Native Elements Sunday 2:45 pm
San Francisco powerhouse, Native Elements has been keeping the energetic, feel-good reggae tradition alive in the Bay Area for over 18 years. Comprised of 10 seasoned musicians with decades of experience in rock, metal, blues, jazz, r&b and hip hop, this eclectic and fearless crew meld their unique influences into a contemporary melodic horn-driven party. Fans are treated with improvisational peaks and valleys from blazing guitar to soulful saxophone solos. Having grown up together since elementary school (jamming in garage bands and skateboarding) in and around Daly City, South City and San Francisco the Native Elements bring a uniquely warm experience to the stage that is both entertaining and uplifting.
Jordan T Sunday 4:30 pm
With a growing audience of over 2.5 Million streams on spotify alone and no stranger to the global reggae touring circuit, his touring career has taken him to International Music Festivals across the globe.
To fund the production of his independent debut “Bridges with the Vibes” (2017) album and future tours, he and his fanbase raised $30,000 after exceeding their initial goal of $23,000. Following the successful campaign, Jordan T linked up with Habitat for Humanity in Nicaragua(2017) to give back, building housing for those in need.
Jordan T has shared stages/festivals with artists such as Fiji, Katchafire, Jimmy Cliff, Major Lazor, Third World, Tarrus Riley, Jemere Morgan, Steel Pulse, Iration, Anuhea, Maoli, Soja, Mike Love, Damien Marley, Alex Marley, Sammy J, Common Kings, Collie Buddz, Irie Love, Ali Cambell (UB40), Kimie, Ekolu, Rebel Souljahz, The Green, J Boog, Bobby McFerrin, Mick Fleetwood, Michael Shrieve, and many more.