Floater can pull into any town off the beaten path…and draw hundreds of rabid fans from age 5 to 50.” - Casey Jarman, Willamette Week

Bringing back the music revered by their legions of dedicated fans, Floater returns to the stage on the heels of the release of their latest studio album, The Thief. The new record became widely available on May 18th.

With intense and unforgettable live performances, Floater is legendary for their ability to bring music fans out in droves for over two decades. Floater’s sound is rife with progressive rock, psychedelia, reggae and pop.

A rare and truly progressive rock band, Floater is well-known for a sound that creates a push-me, pull-me effect on the audience. The band alternately excites and serenades the crowd with their unique range from high-energy heavy rock numbers to melodious ballads.

Ask any longtime fan, a Floater show is an experience that rivals a rite of passage, blistering the soul with their epic storytelling and engaging stage presence.

The early/mid 90's were an amazing time for live music and the Northwest music scene was drenched in talented and exceptional bands. This creative collective included the powerhouse Henry's Child

Henry's Child was part of the Eugene/Portland Art Culture, concocting a mix of psychedelic, heavy and sometimes eclectic music that not only fit well with the time but stands up today. It was this varied mix that quickly brought Henry's Child to the forefront of local and regional bands. In fact, Henry's Child was so diverse that they opened for both national acts "Five For Fighting" and "Testament". Yes, those were different shows.

What made Henry's Child stand out was a combination of stage presence and recognition outside the State, with Preliminary Grammy Award nominations from NARAS (1997 - Best Alternative Album) and a regimented touring schedule before the days of iPhones and Facebook.

It was this discipline that allowed Henry's Child to get signed to an independent label and produce some of the most memorable music (and live shows) to come out of the Pacific Northwest.

Henry's Child is back... older but wiser and able to display the maturity of a band who didn't rely on a formula to succeed. Rather, Henry's Child produces music that spans any sort of "generation gap" and can go from delicate to brooding in a matter of seconds all while still captivating an audience.

Advance Tickets: $15, Day of Show: $18

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