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Early Bird Pricing of $60 available for a limited time. Tickets will move to $70 then $80 before the event so buy now! Full event includes the pre-party on Thursday and camping for all 4 nights. There are also day passes available for those of you who can only make it out for a day or two. Day passes include camping for the night of the ticket. You must leave by noon the next day. There will be bracelet checkpoints and a separate lot for day passes. If you wish to only attend Friday through Sunday that is still considered the full event pass. If you wish to stay for two days i.e. Sat/Sun or Fri/Sat or any combination thereof you must purchase those days’ individual passes.
Event starts at 4:00 pm on July 26th. 2 Day Event for only $13!
Sounds Like: Umphrey's McGee, Pink Floyd, Les Ferdinand and the Disco Biscuits, Widespread Panic, Grateful Dead
Manager: Mike Muller
Bio: Blue Martian Tribe (BMT) has a sound and style all of their own. Writing and blending many styles including rock, trance, bluegrass, funk, jazz and dance. BMT has been delivering energetic performances with ever-changing setlists and cover tunes that have kept loyal fans coming back for more. BMT...See Full Bio
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“SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2010 Blue Martian Tribe abducts the audience and Mouth takes the show to outerspace + Previews! Friday night the Jazzhaus got its first taste of the rising star of the jam scene from Nebraska, Blue Martian Tribe, a six-piece band whose sound ranges from psychedelic Pink Floyd trips to funky dance-able jams reminiscent of Moe. Blue Martian Tribe, or BMT, was the perfect opener for Mouth, warming up the crowd and getting hot and heavy with their bold, dynamic guitar riffs, heart-pounding percussion and funky bass and keys. Between their lead and rhythm guitars, bass, keys and two percussionists, Blue Martian Tribe creates a compilation of mind-boggling music that's pleasant on the ears and impressive to behold. Their songs held all the qualities of an old-school Grateful Dead tribute, a progressive rock group and a funky jazz band. BMT's blend of styles is balanced and keeps their set exciting by changing up the mood with the different sounds.”