Backyard Bash 2017 ft. Common Kings & many more!Shwayze, Sammy J, Hirie, Tribal Theory, Dirty Rice, Vokab Kompany, Legalizer, Rital Movement, Cornerstone (AfterParty), Herbal Rootz, Know-Madik
Sunday, September 3, 2017
Doors: 12:00 pm / Show: 12:00 pm (event ends at 7:00 pm)Discovery Ventura
$28 - $95
This event is all ages
Main Event: Common Kings, Shwayze, Sammy J, Vokab Kompany, Dirty Rice, Legalizer, Rital Movement, The Question, & Herbal Roots
After-Party: Hirie, Tribal Theory, & Cornerstone
IMPORTANT EVENT INFORMATION!
PLEASE TAKE THE FREE SHUTTLE FROM FREE PARKING LOT
(LOOK FOR 805 UMBRELLA, YELLOW VEST, & GREEN SIGN!)
Discovery Ventura is located in the midst of a neighborhood with adjacent houses. A free shuttle will be running throughout the day starting at 11AM till 7:30PM The shuttle will pickup in the lot and drop-off right in front of Discovery. We encourage people to carpool, bike, Uber, or get dropped off. There is also a bike rack at the venue (please ride carefully).
Do not block driveways, leave trash, etc.. Let’s work together to be sure we can do this EVERY year!http://www.discoveryventura.com/event/1529681/
His latest release, Shwayze Summer, captures the essence of what he's all about and the lead single, "Love Is Overrated," has over two million streams and has already become a fan favorite.
With an MTV reality show, four full-length albums, and countless tours under his belt… Shwayze is on a mission to make the whole world Feel Good!
In working toward his goal, Shwayze has put Feel Good Entertainment, the independent label he launched in 2010, into full force. This will not only allow him the freedom to make the music that he wants but it will also offer up-and-coming artists a chance to realize their dreams as well.
The future for Shwayze is as bright as the summer sun in California. You won't want to miss out on what's to come. It's going to be Shway!
Genre aside, Tribal Theory is the hottest musical act out of San Diego in quite some time. This talented and impressive group's music is polished and fresh. Tribal Theory takes their Pacific Islander roots and fuses it with reggae, ska, and a little bit of rock to make a sound that's uniquely their own!
of ragga combined with never-ending drum grooves, acoustic guitar, whole- some keys, soothing vocal harmonies and rocking bass riffs.
Dirty Rice is comprised of a group of local friends and a mix of family - Pika Maiava (drums), Mataio Valoaga (bass), Charleen Morla (keyboards), Mau Valoaga (Guitar) and combining the heavenly blends on the mics are vocals – Shirley Moore, Henry Otineru and Nasau Galeai.
Dirty Rice formed in March of 2010 initially to play at a “one time only gig” for a birthday party of two of their band members. With such positive response from the crowd of family and friends, they decided to continue rehearsing and began performing at local venues throughout the 805.
Dirty Rice was soon capturing the crowds with their unique and intriguing sound by performing known reggae covers to their very own “feel good” originals.
Since then, Dirty Rice has had the honor and privilege of backing headline acts including reggae legends from Ziggy Marley, the Wailers, Pato Banton
and Don Carlos to more current acts such as Lion, Rey Fresco, Jboog, Iration, Katcha re, Tribal Theory, Expanders, Reel Big Fish, Shaggy, Sublime w/ Rome among other groups.
On March 2013, Dirty Rice realeased their rst self-titled album and played to a sold out crowd of 2,000 at the Majestic Ventura Theater for their album release. Dirty Rice is currently released their latest 4-track EP “Heart of a Lion” in the Fall of 2016.
Dirty Rice’s island vibe style is great for all occasions and any crowd that likes to layback, chill, or party and groove on the dance oor.
Their versatile blend, uplifting lyrics and sincere energy moves the crowd
at any venue whether it be for intimate crowds at private parties, festivals, bene t shows to audiences at the House of Blues (Anaheim), The Mint (Los Angeles), SoHo (Santa Barbara), The Libbey Bowl (Ojai), The Canyon Club (Agoura Hills), SLO Brewery (San Luis Obispo), Winstons and House of Blues (San Diego) to local spots in Ventura – Bombay’s, The Pierpont Inn, Watermark on Main, Discovery Ventura, Copper Blues and the place where it all began, Sam’s Saloon in South Oxnard.
The band has most recently been releasing a number of acclaimed singles to keep the airwaves rocking. Their recent single "Turn Me Out" was released by Gravitas Records and featured Lyrics Born. Their single "Warm in the Light" from their collaborative EP with 9 theory titled "Beneath The Shallows" was featured by Forbes.
Their most recent LP, The Good Kompany Album, was released on January 20, 2016 to critical acclaim and includes guest features from Gift of Gab (rapper), Mitchy Slick, and more. The release was followed up by a headlining West Coast tour that featured special appearances by friends and fellow collaborators on the album.
Vokab Kompany released V-Sides Vol. 1 (Kollabs and Remixes), a collection of collaborations, remixes and original songs, on New Kong Records December 17, 2013. It included features from The Polish Ambassador, The Grouch, Knight Riderz, Love and Light, Stephan Jacobs and an official Zion I remix.
Vokab Kompany and Crush Effect released VKCE (a self-titled album) on New Kong Records December 18, 2012. The album featured 10 Hip Hop / Electronic tracks with 4 singles featured in national commercials / television shows. Most recently, VKCE has landed the song "World Wide" as the anthem for the new (Sacha Baron Cohen "The Brothers Grimsby" movie) as well as a spot on Ja Rule's MTV reality show. "Taking You Places" was picked up by Starz movie channel in (2014 STARZ trailer), "Back to the Past" (2013 Kia Optima "Blake Griffin Time Travels - 2006 Bench Press" commercial) and "Burn It Down" (Southern Comfort "Fiery Pepper" commercial). "Back to the Past" was also featured on the television show Franklin and Bash. VKCE debuted at #47 on the Itunes Hip Hop charts behind only major-label releases from T.I and Chief Keef among hip-hop albums released that week. Most recently VKCE has landed sync placements with MTV.
Vokab Kompany's Single "So Bright" from the Album "Quit Sleep" has been featured in Kia Motors Summer Sales Event commercial (2010), NBC's hit The Today Show on January 14, 2011, and was the featured anthem in both 2014 & 2015 in South Lake Tahoe's tourism commercials.
Vokab Kompany was voted Best Hip Hop Band in 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2017 as well as Best Hip Hop Album of 2010 for their album The New Kong, and was the first hip hop band nominated for Album Of the Year in 2011 by the San Diego Music Awards.
They has played over hundreds of shows and festivals: Including; "The Do Lab Stage" at Coachella, Electric Forest, Shambhala, Summer Meltdown, Kaleidoscope Festival and Lightning in a Bottle, as direct support for artists such as Cee Lo Green, De La Soul, Cage the Elephant, Del the Funky Homosapien, Wiz Khalifa, Matisyahu, Pepper (band) at the Playboy Mansion, The Wailers Band and have toured as direct support for acts such as Umphrey's McGee, Collie Buddz, The Pimps of Joytime, and Zion I. Vokab Kompany was also featured as the lead MC's on Karl Denson's Tiny Universe (Lenny Kravitz, Rolling Stones) nationwide RUN DMC tribute tour.
AJ Laboriante – Vocals/Keys
Ruben Rodriguez - Vocals/Dub
MJay Reyes - Drums
Sal Martinez - Lead Guitar
Tyler McLaughlin - Percussions
James Mojica - Bass
Rital Movement. SoCal Roots, Rock, Reggae with a Twist! VIBRATIONS EP soon to be released world wide!
HERBAL ROOTZ MUZIK!
1888 E. Thompson Blvd.
Ventura, CA, 93001