Moroccan Lounge Presents Beat Cinema ft. Mike Gao / Dilip / Datenite & Residents Wave Groove / Rick G / Deevo with Visuals by Major Gape / SWIII
Moroccan Lounge Presents
Featuring Lakim, Spiñorita, Odin + Residents Dropdead, Coby, A-Frame & Visuals by Major Grape, SSWIII
[Ages 21+ / $10 Advance / $20 Day of Show / Late Show, 9:30pm]
Button Masher with Outside World | Late Show | 9:30pm
Instupendo Presents: Love Power Live
18 & Over
[Ages 18+ / Early Show] Wingtip at Moroccan Lounge
[Late Show / Ages 21+] Beat Cinema: 12 Year Anniversary ft. edIT / Tek.Lun / Cazal Organism + Residents Wave Groove / Rick G. / Deevo & Visuals by Major Gape / SSWIII
21 & Over
Planet Booty with Rich Aucoin, Moxxy
Somewhere between sermon and strip tease…old school funk and dj dance club… sincerity and innuendo… lies Planet Booty. Live shows leave unexpecting audiences soaked in sweat and inspired as Planet Booty’s unrelenting energy and sexual positivity infuse their explicit, highly charged dance anthems and occasional heartfelt ballad. Their ability to transform any venue into an inclusive, sexually charged safe space catalyzed by a never ending fountain of showmanship has earned them a fiercely dedicated, cult-like fan base across North America and Europe, and opening spots for Lizzo, Big Freedia, Ninja Sex Party, Sisqo, Peaches, K Flay, Capital Cities, TWRP, Escort, and Turquoise Jeep.
Planet Booty’s core trio — Dylan Charles Germick, Josh Cantero and Rob Gwin — combine multiple live instruments and electronics into a mixtape of pop, R&B, 90’s house, 70’s funk and classic hip-hop that might have been made by your strangely attractive high school gym coach. Their fourth full-length album “YES”, released in September 2021 and featuring an all-star cast of national and Bay Area musicians, is Planet Booty’s most mature and articulate delivery of their unique brand of irreverent west coast party funk preaching body positivity and acceptance.
With their fall 2021 “YES” Tour the Booty boys are salivating to get back to what they do best: converting the masses into believers in the power of music, themselves, and the still-flickering possibility of finding joy in this world.