Tribe Mars at Polaris Hall – Tickets – Polaris Hall – Portland, OR – April 20th, 2019

Tribe Mars at Polaris Hall

A 4/20 celebration of epic proportions, featuring soulful, jazzy and psychedelic NW favorites

Tribe Mars at Polaris Hall

High Pulp, Weeed, Super Secret Band

Sat, April 20, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12 ADV / $14 DOS

This event is 21 and over

Tribe Mars
Tribe Mars
Tribe Mars is an emerging an intergalactic soul R&B/hip-hop act based in Portland, OR. Keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, three different vocalists, trumpet and saxophone create this bands’ fresh yet slightly nostalgic sound. The culmination of diverse musical backgrounds of all the members has resulted in a unique, raw, old school meets new school, West coast meets East coast vibe that’ll be sure to have you groovin’.

Willamette Week's Best New Band Poll of 2018 described the Tribe's sound as "An alternate timeline where the Roots spurn Jimmy Fallon to become the house band at the Goodfoot." And, 2018 is set to be a big year for Tribe Mars as they prepare to release their debut, self-titled album this summer.
High Pulp
Born out of a no-name Seattle basement, High Pulp has been taking the Pacific Northwest by storm. What they first brewed down there is a monstrosity - a high-octane jazz, funk, hip-hop, punk, psychedelic cocktail with foul odors and a bitter taste. It’s chewy too.

The addicts call it BAD JUICE and their warning is clear: DO NOT CONSUME. IT WILL MAKE YOU SICK.
Weeed
Weeed
WEEED features a quartet of best friends jammin’ on double drum sets, electric bass, guitar, flute, vocal harmony and ambient live looping. Their blend of heavy psychedelic wildness, trance and improvisation draws influence from musical traditions around the world as well as the sensuous landscape they call home in the Pacific Northwest.

Since 2009, they have produced a number of albums, extensively toured the US and shared the stage with bands such asAcid Mothers Temple, Wand and Dead Meadow and have often been compared with King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Fuzz and Pink Floyd.
Super Secret Band
There is a theory held by certain individuals that society and existence, on a conceptual level, can rise rung by rung toward a higher echelon of being and understanding.

Harmonic resonance theory and vibrational analysis provide small avenues of understanding of this phenomenon, but do not encapsulate it fully.

This quest is larger than the individual, and, as such, the most giant of steps can only be taken collectively.



Due to the nature of their endeavor, they do not have use for names.

Their true goals are ensconced in an obfuscating haze, fermenting in mystery.

However, from the cocoon emerges a sound, distinct in focus, and singular in its urgency.

Turn on, tune in, drop out