FunkaPhi 4 All

Addresse38 Nutting Ave
CityAmherst
AtPi Kappa Phi - UMass
CountyLorain (OH3059)
From12/16/2017
To12/17/2017
Hours18:00
CategoriaEvents
38 Nutting Ave
Amherst
Pi Kappa Phi - UMass
Lorain (OH3059)
Tel 2017-12-16
Categoria Events
FunkaPhi 4 All

FunkaPhi is back and better than ever for its fourth installment, Funkaphi 4 All. FunkaPhi is a house-show style event, initially created as an opportunity for a group of Pi Kappa Phi brothers to play alongside other local bands with a focus on fundraising. This year, FunkaPhi 4 All returns back to these roots of the concept of Funkaphi; music, friends, and fundraising. This semester, FunkaPhi 4 All will include: - 5 super dope bands (including 1 never before seen funk-tastic act) - 1 hilarious comedy troupe - An after-party with a super funky DJ - Fabulous T-Shirts and Posters for sale - Other great charitable organizations to learn about and become involved in - And a concessions stand that will send you back to 2003 and make you feel like a kid again Who are the bands, you ask?.



They are (in order of appearance): Alright, Thanks (UMass/Cape Cod) - These 2017 WMUA Battle of the Bands Champions bring a special kind of spice to their high energy alternative rock - start off the night right, and dance away your fears of finals. Anaday (UMass/Milford) - Layered, improvisational rock that soothes you one moment and blows you away the next, their live composition is as impressive as their studio sound. Sunshine Brothers Inc. (UMass) - Fresh off the summer release of their album “The Sunshine Tape” (available everywhere), these regulars in the Amherst music scene constantly impress with their fresh, bright take on psychedelic rock. The Last Great Kings (UMass/Lynn) - Featuring PiKapp brother James Coyle on Bass, this acoustic rock band’s sound is as unique as the way they describe themselves: a “knees-wobbling, Hawaiian-shirt-wearing, whiny-bullshit-playing, rock-and-roll band.


United Generation (UMass) - This never-before-seen funk supergroup of UMass Amherst student musicians consists of three saxophones, one trumpet, one trombone, 1-2 vocalists, a bass, guitar, keys, & drums...Do not - I repeat, do NOT - miss this. What will my money be going to? ALL proceeds from the sale of tickets, shirts, posters, and concessions will be donated to The Ability Experience, a national philanthropic organization that supports those with disabilities and creates a community where the abilities of all people are recognized and valued, regardless of the differences that may separate us. For more information, please visit: http://www.abilityexperience.org/ Okay, I’m sold. So how do I buy my tickets? You can buy your ticket at this link right here.


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/funkaphi-4-all-tickets-40830037742 Only 175 tickets will be sold online - the remaining 50 will be sold at the door at the second-tier price of $15, so buy yours now. Stay tuned for artist spotlights, an awesome promo video (made by PiKapp brother Jake Quinn), stories about what the Ability Experience does, and all the other good stuff that’s yet to come - we hope to see you all there on December 16th.

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FunkaPhi is this Saturday, can you believe it?. ? It's so close. You better buy that ticket asap before you forget and it sells out. As promised, we have another artist spotlight for ya'll. The third artist spotlight is Sunshine Brothers Inc.. Those who know Sunshine Brothers Inc.


know them for their joyful guitar tones, sweet psychedelic rock, and their ability to make the crowd move and groove to their beat. Those who don’t know Sunshine Brothers Inc. are about to find one of their new favorite bands. Check out their incredible new album The Sunshine Tape on Spotify and Apple Music, like them on Facebook to keep up-to-date, and catch them with a whole boatload of other awesome acts this Saturday. https://open.spotify.com/album/4Xe9MUdgFs6by420eKTKRo
Hey yall, hope you have good plans for tonight. Only 8 more days until the show. Our second artist spotlight is Anaday. They’re an improvisational rock group formed in Milford that uses layered, atmospheric tones and composition, very much fitting their own mold. Their most recent album, The End of Anaday, captures the range of vibes, with their live improvisational skill as well as their more conventional composed songs (you can find the album on BandCamp here: https://anaday.bandcamp.com/album/the-end-of-anaday).


“Brian” will make you want to dance like a maniac, while “Lucky Debonair” has a smooth rock-groove shuffle that fits perfectly in your TGIF playlist. Like their Facebook page...
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