Victoria Tavern

Victoria Tavern

Come have a mysteriously good time at Salida's Victoria Tavern

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S.O.A.P.

July 12, 2013

 

Starting at 5 p.m.!!! and playing all night long!!
Like the band name, Soap’s music is undoubtedly fresh. With influences
ranging from jazz, blues and funk to progressive, psychedelic and
electronic, Soap skillfully fuses all of these genres into one – dance
infused rock. Imagine going to a double matinee showing of Led Zeppelin &
P-Funk at Dream Theatre and then heading to an Amsterdam discotheque to
dance until the sun came up. That’s about as close as can be described
without seeing Soap for yourself.

Originally from just south of Chicago, Illinois, Soap uprooted and moved to
Minneapolis in 2007 and has become a staple in the thriving Twin Cities
music scene. January of 2013 will mark two years of Soap’s weekly
residency at The Cabooze, a long-standing tradition at the legendary
Minneapolis venue. Following the likes of The Big Wu and God Johnson, Soap
has not only continued that tradition, but has expanded on it with a new
allegiance of fans. These strong Midwest ties have also helped the band
tour successfully throughout the region and beyond, notching over 120 shows
each of the past two years.

The band recently released their third full-length studio album, Piece by
Piece, in December of 2012 and will be touring in support of the album
throughout 2013.

Soap has become a favorite on the festival circuit, performing at 10,000
Lakes Festival (2 times), Summer Camp Music Festival, Wakarusa Music
Festival, Big Wu Family Reunion (2), Bella Music Festivals (4), Prairie
Grass Music Festival (2), Whippersnap Music Festival (2), Shoe Fest (2),
Wookiefoot’s Project Earth and Shangri-La (formerly Harvestfest), as well
as sharing the stage with notable acts and performers, such as Tea Leaf
Green, Zach Deputy, Bernie Worrell, The Motet, Hot Buttered Rum, Kinetix,
Jon Wayne & The Pain,

Mo’ Champipple and the Meso Horns

June 28, 2013

Welcome Colorado Bicycle Tour! At 7 p.m. we have local Rhythm and Blues band Mo’ Champipple.Crafted especially for your indulgence, we present this colossal concoction of players from The Lazy Aliens Blues Band and Groove Farmers.

Saturday July 14th at 5 P.M. Jah Kings

July 10, 2012

Starting at 5 P.M. right after the Brewer’s Rendezvous! Alexander Kofi, started the JAH KINGS Reggae Band back in 1992 and has opened up for the Four Tops, Journey, Foreigner and top Reggae Acts Culture, Yellowman, and Everton Blender, as well as toured nationally and internationally specifically Ghana West Africa. “Because of my strong desire to recapture my culture, my music has lead me back to Africa, Ireland, and even the Sundance at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota as I also have Blackfoot Lakota in my family. It was such and Honor to perform my song Wounded Knee for Chief Gerald Ice and the family there last year”, said Alexander.

As a result of work on both the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Hopi Reservation, the JAH KINGS music is a blend of Funky Roots Reggae with Strong Native American undertones. Accompanied by Bryn Jungwirth on the drums, Mihran Queen on the bass, Andrew Davis on percussion, and the newest and youngest member Donavon Gonzalez on keyboards, the JAH KINGS will bring their refreshing and relevant music to the Victoria Hotel and Tavern

 

FIBArk June 13 and 14

June 10, 2012

June 13 and 14 2012!!

Join us for the 2012 FIBArk kickoff party. Full Belly brings the funky reggae dance party to Salida, CO for the late night FIBArk celebration – 2012 marks the 64th anniversay of FIBArk, the nation’s oldest whitewater festival and Salida’s signature event. Since 1949, every June during the Spring snow runoff, Salida has hosted FIBArk, “First in Boating on the Arkansas.” Live music with Full Belly Wednesday and Thursday nights. Breaking the sound barrier with their funk, rock, reggae sounds, Full Belly plunges into the collective conscious with more songs from the big round world. Full Belly brings the gift of reggae wrapped in a box of funk. From their recent studio album “New Voice”, the singles “Too Blessed to be Stressed featuring Subcon” and “.45 & a Guitar” are receiving air time on Clear Channel 93.3 KTCL. One Love, One Vibe, One Tribe…keep your eyes and ears open for Full Belly!

Friday and Saturday night from 9:30 until 2!!

The Sessh’s musical rue uses funk-rock and soul flavored ingredients from New Orleans as well as early 70’s funk, hip-hop and driving rock. The band has completed their first EP “Fressh Vol.1” and continues to add to their repertoire of original material while allowing the music to grow from their experiences together.

Bursting with energy, emotion, and unpredictable experimentation, the Colorado based trio tears open the artistic envelope, bringing both nuance and eclectic strength to their electrofunk oriented repertoire. Their sound is both atmospheric and ambitious, without losing the pedal-to-the-metal power that keeps their audience dancing into the night and wanting more.

 

 

The Sessh

January 18, 2012