SOLD OUT: Redwood Grove Summer Concerts: Magic in the Other + Kelley Stoltz

Performing Arts - Music | August 1 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | UC Botanical Garden, Redwood Grove

 Kelley Stoltz; Magic in the Other

 Botanical Garden

“Some folks do their best to sound like their heroes; Kelley Stoltz once did a note-for-note re-creation of Echo & The Bunnymen’s Crocodiles. More recently, the Bunnymen hired him to be their touring rhythm guitarist, so that particular recreative need has probably been satisfied for the foreseeable future. And since Stoltz is a diligent and omnivorous student of beloved pop-music craft, he has plenty of other styles to unpack and reassemble on Que Aura. The sounds of early-’80s MTV drum-machine pop, ascendant Eagles funk, machine-age Iggy Pop and a whole lot of early-to-mid-’70s radio soul get stirred into the soup, some in great big lumps and others as subliminal spices. The accomplishment is immaculate…”

— Bill Meyer for Magnet Magazine, named Que Aura “essential new music”

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Magic In The Other was born out of the idea that it is in the unknown where the most potent ground lays for magic and discovery. Assembled in early 2017 consisting of in-demand Bay Area musicians – drummer, lead vocalist and bandleader Ezra Lipp (Phil Lesh & Friends, Sean Hayes), bassist Steve Adams (ALO, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers) and guitar wizard Roger Riedlbauer (Jolie Holland), this innovative trio from Oakland, CA sets out to connect with their listeners, creating a mentally-stimulating, emotionally-resonate, highly-danceable, and distinctly-transformative experience where everyone feels just a little more magical. A rock trio at its core, MITO combines a slew of diverse influences to create an original sound of intelligent songwriting and heart-felt, improvisational fearlessness.

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REDWOOD GROVE CONCERT INFORMATION AND TICKET POLICIES
Shows will sell-out – buy online in advance. (No surcharge!)
Redwood Grove Gate opens at 5pm.
Ticket includes admission to the main Botanical Garden collections before it closes at 5:00pm. (a $15/adult value!)
Parking in the attached UC campus parking lot ($1/hr) is limited and not guaranteed – carpooling is highly encouraged.
All tickets are by registration “will call" list, no physical tickets.
Seating is general admission amphitheater.
Please contact us in advance if you will need a wheelchair accessible spot.
Snacks and drinks available; picnics welcome
Warm clothes recommended.

CANCELLATION POLICY
All concert ticket sales are final and non-refundable.
The value is not transferable to another concert or program. In the event you can cannot attend, another person may use your registration spots using your name.
(Please let us know if your tickets will go unused.)

 General $22 / UCBG Members $20 / Youth (5 - 17) $18

 SOLD OUT.

 gardenprograms@berkeley.edu