Viva! Pomona Night One!
Surf Curse, Palm, Still Woozy, Girl Ultra, Spendtime Palace, La Chamba, Paul Cherry, Ottofix, Harmony Tividad, Jasper Bones, Illuminati Hotties, Hoover iii, El Santo Golpe, Bianca Lexis, Royaljag, The No 44, Brutus VIII, J-Kwe$t, The Hellp, Chaiboixkidbusiness, Momma, Hype Sage, Hunnah, Te Adoro, Art of Mantastique
200 W. Second St
Pomona, CA, 91766
Doors 4:00 PM
This event is all ages
Viva! Pomona Night One!
Surf Curse is Nick Rattigan and Jacob Rubeck. They started the project back in 2012 in their basement in Reno, NV. Since then, the band has earned a cult following through the Los Angeles DIY scene and online forums. Their music expresses themes of young and romantic love through a cinematic lens of 80s and arthouse movies.
Philadelphia-based alt-rock band.
Spendtime Palace is a five-piece band from Costa Mesa with a timeless, emotional, gritty, yet earnest sound that stands up on its own. With serenading vocals, soaring melodies and multi-textured riffs, it is apparent why listeners are always keen for wanting more. In 2012 atop an abandoned building was were these eclectic musicians first came together. The band started as an instrumental group that played numerous loud and restless parties throughout their hometown. This recognition led them to be one of the most go-to bands in their area. It was in 2016 that a concatenation of life events led them to rename the band Spendtime Palace. Right after releasing their debut album Playdate along with “Lily Lee” and “Closed Doors,” keyboardist Michael (Toast) became a part of the band. This addition to the band induced a more exuberant sound, which lead to the creation of the Sonora EP. Title track “Sonora” gained instant recognition from the likes of Billboard, staring Stranger Things Finn Wolfhard and directed by Josh Ovalle. Spendtime Palace is set to release their second album with acclaimed producer Kyle Mullarky titled All Inclusive Romantic Getaway in early 2019.
Chicha (cumbia) band from Los Angeles, CA.
Tenderpunk pioneers from Los Angeles
Royaljag, the Architects of Chameleon Pop; a self generated genre, with a sole purpose of creating songs any listener can digest. The trio consists of twins, J. and Roland Garcia, and longtime best friend, David Ajoku. They grew up together in San Bernardino, sharing influences from music their parents always put on. To name a few, Stevie Wonder, Supertramp, Prince, ABBA, and of course the one and only, Michael Jackson. Devotedly praising these greats, the three write music out of complete collaboration, helping them produce synthesized hooks, infectious melodies, and unified harmony.