Pato Banton with The Question #REGGAETHURSDAY

Pato Banton with The Question #REGGAETHURSDAY

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

$15 - $20

Come jam out with Pato Banto on #REGGAETHURSDAY on Thursday, October 19th!

Doors for the event will open at 6:00PM and the show will begin at 8:00PM.

Get your tickets in advance for $15! On the day of the show, prices will be $20.

All ages are welcomed.

Be sure to come in when we open and check out our amazing restaurant, bar and bowling venue before the show begins!  

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Pato Banton - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Pato Banton
To Pato Banton, music seems to be more of a spiritual journey than a just a musical destination. To sit and spend even a moment in the presence of this powerful man's music is what many Pato-ites have considered to be life saving. Which should make him happy since he has stated that his main quest is to bring positivity to the masses. This is what he seems to have done.

Pato's story is one of change and rebirth. Pato went from being a 9 year old "lookout" at illegal parties for his father to being honored at the Reggae Hall Of Fame, the BBC's Lifetime Achievement Award as well as many other honorable achievements for his acts of altruism in the world. Pato gives the gift of music and lyrical genius to his fans, as well as a prayer circle after his show where fans get the opportunity to share stories of their lives and how Pato inspired them to "Stay Positive & Never Give In." Pato plays music, but the ripples set in motion from the message of his music is strong enough to change lives
The Question - (Set time: 7:30 PM)
The Question was the first, and arguably the most significant mod band ever to emerge from Los Angeles. Since the early-80s the trio built a steady following based on their legendary live shows (lauded for their unpredictability) and the songwriting of Tony Rugolo, whose tunes featured strong melodies and jazz-influenced chord changes (Rugolo's late father, Pete, was an award-winning jazz composer and arranger). And despite their dedication to the scene from which they sprang, The Question's music – propelled by Rugolo's vocals, David White's powerful drumming, and Phil Cusimano's mastery of the 60s-influenced Rickenbacker sound – often transcended labels, drawing the admiration of non-Mods as well. Notable music journalist Jack Rabid stated recently "It's one of the great mysteries why this power pop band wasn't a household name. The Question is one of the best bands ever to come out of Los Angeles."

The members of the band are working on putting out a long-overdue retrospective of everything they ever recorded – much of which was never released.
Venue Information:
Discovery Ventura
1888 E. Thompson Blvd.
Ventura, CA, 93001