7:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Theatre Crisp with Road Waves

11 Geneva Street, St. Catharines

Livestock Niagara presents…

Friday, December 22nd, 2017
WAREHOUSE // 11 Geneva Street, St.Catharines
8pm // $10

Heat it up this December at our HOLIDAZE JAMS with

THEATRE CRISP (Niagara Region, ON)

Theatre Crisp is a 7 piece Hip-Hop/Funk/Rock band from Niagara. Their unique sound inspires positivity to lift the human spirit. Drums, bass, guitar, trombone, turntablism, and tap dancing, yes tap dancing lay the foundation for poetic rap verses and soulful choruses. In a modern world filled with so many issues involving politics, race, sex and religion. The band forces their listeners to find the light in the dark. They have a one of a kind style, giving high energy live performances to leave every venue they play feeling good.

Road Waves (Niagara Falls, ON)

At every show, Road Waves is reaching for the stars and beyond to see what can be found. Although improvising a large portion of the sets and songs increases the possibility of creating unpleasant noises, they accept this risk in an effort to attain a mystical, continually evolving sound, feeling, and emotion that is most difficult to explain. Come and listen to the magic for yourself; accompany them on a wild roller-coaster ride from the macro[universe] to the micro[instruments], looping and spiralling through the vastness of space and time on the melodies of curiosity – their peculiar and idiosyncratic minds constantly unravelling. Feeding off of the energy from the other half of the stage–the audience–is how they achieve the means to articulate their eccentric musings, in turn reciprocating that energy to create a cyclone of excitement, fun, and freedom of thought and emotion.

Majora (St.Catharines, ON)

“We are Majora. We play music. You may like it.”

Blind Mule (Hamilton, ON)

Blind Mule has progressed from many musical directions since their inception in 2007, and their music has evolved from a folk roots duo, to a diverse sounding quintet, revolving around alt-country boogie, which dives into progressive pop, throws in a dash of reggae/ska, and live, rounds it out with many jams and an energetic stage performance, creating a recipe that keeps the dance floor alive and the music fresh.