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$20.00 - $35.00 Tickets
PHOENIX REGGAE / ROCK / PSYCH
FAYUCA w/ PIJAMA PIYAMA / EL DUSTY
Sat, May 18 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Crescent Ballroom
21 and up
Crescent Ballroom Presents

FAYUCA
with special guests
PIJAMA PIYAMA
EL DUSTY

Saturday, May 18th 2024
Doors at 7:00 / Show at 8:00

21+ 

General Admission Tickets: $20 - 30 + fees
Bleachers Ticket: $30 - 35 + fees

Artists

Fayuca

Phoenix, Arizona based, Fayuca, is a Reggae-Rock/ Latino group, fronted by founding member, Gabo Fayuca. Their sound shifts through genres while blending modern-reggae melodies with Latin percussion, tied seamlessly by razor guitar riffs and progressive rock breakdowns. 

Their music has been featured on MTV, Univision, FOX Sports and other popular TV networks. Fayuca’s instrumental, La Venganza, was hand picked by movie director Robert Rodriguez to be used as the main title theme to El Rey Network’s original series, MATADOR. 

Currently backed by bass player, David Pineda, horn player, Prichard Pearce, and drummer, Enrique Naranjo, the quartet has become a national and international touring act. They have shared the stage with leaders in their genre like Molotov, 311, Cultura Profetica, Slightly Stoopid, Sublime with Rome, Damien Marley and many more. 
 
While finishing high school in Tolleson, Arizona, Gabo sparked an interest for writing music and forming a bilingual-rock band. Since their first album release in 2005, Fayuca has launched five studio albums, including their critically acclaimed effort, Barrio Sideshow, released on Fervor Records in 2013. Their songs promote Latino culture, good vibes, and self-identification. Touring insatiably between writing and recording music, Fayuca strives to inspire people around the world by spreading a message of courage, love, and empowerment.

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Pijama Piyama

A vibrant six-piece band, Pijama Piyama brings together diverse influences from their cultural upbringing in Phoenix, Arizona, as well as inspirations from cumbia, salsa, jazz, video games, Frank Zappa, and psychedelia. Their recent album, Pijama Piyama y Los Niños De Rana, uses an exciting mix of Latin influences and synthetic textures in whimsical, imaginative world-building.