Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a costume ball and live tribute concert of Pink Floyd’s masterpiece Dark Side of the Moon. It all takes place on Monday, December 31, 2018 at Hilo’s Palace Theater. Doors open at 8:00pm, and music starts at 8:30pm. There will be complimentary champagne or kombucha toast at midnight. Ticket info below.
Members of the Latin Gypsy Funk Band, Leche de Tigre, will join forces with other Big Island musicians as the new year eclipses the old and 2019 emerges. The entire The Dark Side of the Moon album will be performed, in addition to two sets of Leche de Tigre music.
When Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album was released in 1973, it was an enormous success: with the album selling 45 million copies worldwide and remaining on the Billboard charts for almost two decades, it became internationally recognized as a musical masterpiece. The love of the album remains to this day, a passion for which inspired the creation of All That is Now, a collaborative effort to replicate the revolutionary sounds made eternally famous by Pink Floyd. Audiences will experience the reproduction of the lyrical themes the album encompassed: the passage of time, death, greed, conflict and insanity, in a journey to the Dark Side of the Moon.I
If You Go
What: New Year’s Eve costume ball w/ Leche de Tigre performing Dark Side of the Moon
When: December 31, 2018, Doors: 8pm
Where: Palace Theater, Hilo
Admission: $30 in advance, $35 at the door
Information: Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Palace Theatre, 38 Haili St, Hilo. Phone: 808-934-7010, or online: http://hilopalace.com
About Leche de Tigre
All That is Now and Leche De Tigre members include Dan Brauer on guitar and vocals, Lee Motter on vocals, Robby Malovic on bass, Chris Wilson on drums, Scott Nelson on organ, Scott Van Spronsen on piano, Lauren Broido on slide guitar, Michaeloha Elam on trumpet, Lucas Lessa on guitar, and Stephanie Lou Tatum, Cayenne Clarke and Alicia Maher on vocals.
Leche de Tigre features a blend of musical styles referred to as Latin Gypsy Funk, often laced with rock influence is characteristic of Leche de Tigre. Their main focus is to make you move. Recipe: Latin rhythms, and a healthy dosage of Spanish, Gypsy, and rock inspired vocal and guitar arrangements. A driving funk foundation of bass, drums and horn result in a potent concoction, triggering long lasting excitement and bringing harmonic life to every Leche de Tigre performance.
Visit Leche de Tigre’s official site: https://www.lechedetigremusic.com