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Hoodilidoo 7 June 19-21, 2015 We are very excited about celebrating seven years of music, we started in Herod, Illinois then the Willow Ranch and NOW at the beautiful Elderberry Farms in Bangor MI. Won't you join us?!?! ------------------------ Check out our promotional partners at West Mitten Media! Lineup Includes: Joe Marcinek Band Pleasant Drive Business As Usual Fried Egg Nebula Chicago Funk Mafia Stikyfüt The Casual Ties Herbert Wiser Blue Fruit Snacks Skee-Town Stylee Electric Jug Band Higgs Theory Flight Great Notion Band of Lovers Electric Medicine Kayla Jo Drew Phoria Hydrotech Retargenus ***Special Performances*** Jaik Willis Brian Imig Indacoda Blue Acoustosonics Lights & Sound by: Roscoe Sound Pro & Active light production More event details and info about vending/workshop opportunities very soon! Go to www.hoodilidoo.com for pictures, videos, tickets, directions and more info!Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Daft Punk, Papadosio, The String Cheese Incident, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys
Manager: Pleasant Productions
Bio: Always pushing the envelope, Pleasant Drive moves to blur the lines between Funk, Rock, and Jam. The dynamic four piece has built the group from the ground up, always expanding their sound through the influence of the vibrant Midwest music scenes.
“Pleasant Drive gains their influences from different aspects of funk, jam, punk and rock music, creating a sound that is entirely their own, a sound dubbed on their Facebook page as “Punkfunky Jamrock.” The band brings about the same kind of musical diversity that Kalamazoo has become known for over the years. And with a street sign set up on stage bearing the name of the band, there was a real sense of hometown pride in the air during Pleasant Drive’s set on Saturday night... ...something that was evident after they blew the doors off their hinges at Saturday night’s performance. With the crowd singing and dancing along to their unique beat, it is no wonder why Pleasant Drive is a local favorite.”