Panama

Sunday, August 10

9:00pm - 1:30am

Soho Restaurant & Music Club

1221 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
SunAug | 10
Panama
Soho Restaurant & Music Club
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Straight out of Sydney, Aussie band Panama is coming to America and we couldn't be more excited. These guys will rock SOhO Music Club on Sunday August 10. The Future Classic act is on the come up for their catchy tunes and awesome live shows.

We The Beat is also excited to host the live debut of the Internet's newest darling, Santa Barbara's own Mexico City Blondes. After the duo's first single "Fade" was picked up by every major blog and reached #1 on Hype Machine, MCB has been featured in Vogue Magazine and has accumulated 300,000 listens on their Soundcloud in only 2 months. 
This show will be the act's first live performance.

Rising local nu disco act Mångo Mångo will also be supporting this night with their super groovy tunes. After their breakout performance opening for the sold out Lemaitre show, this act has been the talk of the town. These three acts together make possibly the best bill We The Beat has put together so far.

  • Soho Restaurant & Music Club

    1221 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Sunday, August 10, 2014

9:00pm - 1:30am PDT

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