Grammy nominated reggae artist Matisyahu has announced «The Broken Crowns Tour» featuring direct support from Common Kings and Orphan will be live at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall on Friday, October 20!
Tickets are on sale now!
$35.50 — Advance Purchase General Admission Standing
$38.50 — Day of Show General Admission Standing
Matisyahu VIP pre-show Soundcheck and Post-Show Kickback Experience packages will be available via ticketmaster.com
Common Kings VIP post-show paackages will also be available via ticketmaster.com
Grammy nominated reggae artist Matisyahu has announced “The Broken Crowns Tour” featuring direct support from Common Kings and the birth of Orphan. As the King without a crown, Matisyahu has created his own space in reggae music, developing a loyal following that has driven singles such as “One Day” and “King without a Crown” to international recognition. His newest album, Undercurrent, was released earlier this year via Thirty Tigers and Matisyahu’s own imprint, Fallen Sparks. The album embodies a collaborative and freeform spirit as Matisyahu and his band seamlessly merge instrumental improvisation sessions with lyrics and vocals. The synergistic energy of the album is especially apparent onstage, where Matisyahu and guitarist Aaron Dugan, bassist Stu Brooks, drummer Joe Tomino and keyboardist Big Yuki bring their creative dynamic to life.
Orange County rock-reggae outfit, Common Kings join Matisyahu in support of their debut album Lost in Paradise, released on Island Empire Records. The album features collaborations with legendary songwriters and producers such as Pooh Bear, Justin Bieber, DJ Flict and Dwayne “Supa Dups” Chin-Quee. The tour also marks the appearance of Orphan, a new Matisyahu-produced project that is guaranteed to give fans a genuine experience of his ever-evolving sound.
Matisyahu had this to say about the new group: “Orphan is a band I signed currently living and making music out of my home. All three core members Menachem, Nissin and Chaim are sons of Lubavitch Rabbis and met in Yeshiva. They formed a bond around my release at the time Live at Stubbs 2 and began to study the sounds of Dub Trio. These 22-year old boys manager to retain the spirit of their Lubavitch heritage while creating music with a fresh Brooklyn edge that is an outgrowth of the Matisyahu sound. I am proud to introduce to you, Orphan. The soundtrack to a generation who never met their rebbe and have had to blaze a new trail.”