Pipeline has a pair of tickets to attend the April Fools Ball at Mt. Tabor Theater on Friday, April 1. To win, comment on post below why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed on Friday, April 1.
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From our sponsors at Mt. Tabor Theater:
April Fools Day Ball
w/ The Quick and Easy Boys and Yogoman Burning Band
Friday, April 1
9 p.m. | $8 door | 21+
Mt. Tabor Theater
4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
The Quick & Easy Boys shows are an interactive party with electrifying stage antics and profound musical moments as the trio pours out every ounce of their energy, leaving nothing behind. The band has gained the reputation for moving a crowd all-night long whether it be a big festival or a tiny watering hole. The core members – – Jimmy Russell on guitar, Sean Badders on bass, and Michael Goetz on drums – – have continued to evolve musically¬Â¦and audiences continue their enthusiastic calling of ¬Å“Yeah Bud!¬Â at every show.
Yogoman hails from the Planet Yog, where embracing the ridiculous is commonly churned into a recipe for original dance moves. In 1987, Jordan Rain learned of Yogoman through a Junior High School skateboarding friend, Max Wallace, in his comic book entitled Yogoman. Rain and friends used Yogoman as a tagged or graffiti’d (usually on school dry erase/chalk boards) mascot to personify the playful, silly and ridiculous tricks they were inventing that made them laugh and encouraged free thinking. Years later, Rain took Yogoman as his DJ moniker in 1998, and then for Yogoman Burning Band (YBB) in 2006, creating a musical resource of light, as contrast to the average reclusive or introspective tendencies common in the Pacific Northwest region of the U.S. Consider YBB a strong dose of musical Vitamin D!
More Mt. Tabor Weekend Events after the jump…
Mt. Tabor will be screening the premiere of kayak movie ‘Frontier‘, followed by performances by bands The Forest and Tapwater.
TapWater is a live “World Twang” experience out of Portland, OR bringing musical inspiration from around the world right back home to your front porch. TapWater relies on smart songwriting, polished musicianship and knockout performances to keep you coming back for more. The band’s homegrown humor and down-to-earth style complement the sound seamlessly, and create a live show that is particularly appealing to people who have tired of mainstream pop.