B-Side Music Fridays w/ Schama Noel and Wheelchair Sports Camp @ MCA Denver 08/19/22, Doors 6:30PM

$30.00  

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Tell us something…what is more quintessentially summer than a music series on a rooftop in the heart of the city, drink in hand, surrounded by good friends and good strangers? Join us for B-Side Music Fridays in July and August if you want to jam out to live music by some of the best local bands on the best rooftop in Denver.

LOCATION

MCA Denver at the Fries Building: 1485 Delgany Street, Denver, CO 80202

MCA Denver/MCA Denver rooftop café and bar

SCHEDULE

Doors: 6:30PM

Show Begins: 7PM

 

TICKET OPTIONS

Tickets are limited. Book early!

Single General Admission Tickets 
$25 for MCA members, $30 for non-members

1 FREE beer with every ticket purchase

Mostly standing room, any seating is first come first served.

You do not need to login to purchase or receive your member discount. Just select the General Admission ticket type and use the promo code MCAMEMBER and the price will be adjusted. Membership will be verified at check-in.

 

ABOUT THE MUSICIANS

7PM - Schama Noel

The Haiti-born, Orlando-raised, Denver-based MC has been keeping himself busy the past few years. He writes lyrics for other artists, has recorded a song with legendary Brooklyn MC Masta ACE, performed at both UMS & West Word Showcase, accumulated over 200k streams on his last single “Sugar Mom” and runs Twitter account @raplike, where he delivers rhymes in the styles of other rappers.

8PM - Wheelchair Sports Camp

Fronted by the wheelchair using, rap heavy, beat-making, freedom fighting producer, educator, foul mouthed, queer rebel rouser Kalyn, the band is a combination of live and electronic instruments with a more noisey, jazzy, experimental, combination to the traditional hip-hop group. Raised by the DIY (Do It Yourself) spirit of experimental independence, the band has since relied on interdependence in order to stretch into theatre, performance art, public television, politics, prison tours, permanent installations, and more to come.