Live In The Atrium: Moon Hooch

Ages 16 and up
Sunday, October 13
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
Tickets $20 in advance/ $25 once doors open with COFRESI
"I'm telling you these guys are cool. You know they're cool." -IGGY POP "'The sound of the saxes feels new, vibrant and essential, the way great rock guitarists paved a path redefining the instrument in the 1960s. And this stuff is serious fun." -NPR MUSIC “…more punk than most punk bands." -AXS "[Moon Hooch] is a mix of high theatre and intense improvisation operating without a safety net.” -LONDON GUARDIAN Moon Hooch began busking in the subway platforms of NYC in 2010, quickly getting noticed by the NYPD, who had to ban them from locations that couldn’t handle the crowds. In a few short years they were opening for the likes of Beats Antique, They Might Be Giants, and Lotus, while selling out their own headline shows at marquee venues around the United States and Europe. Their unconventional sound and techniques, utilizing found objects like traffic cones, landed them appearances on NPR’s Tiny Desk in America, “Later…with Jools Holland” in the UK, “Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year” in Australia, and private audiences with the Premier League’s Chelsea F.C. They are currently touring the world.
Born and raised in Chicago, COFRESI pushes the boundaries of production and live electronic performance. Whether it's his creative approach to rhythms and percussion or his energetic live sets, COFRESI never ceases to impress and captivate his audience
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