Your ticket reserves a seat(s) in our Performance Lounge and you will be able to choose your table upon arrival. We will begin seating tables in order of check-in. Our full menu is available before and during the show.
$20 per person food & beverage minimum.
Large Parties: If you are part of a large party and would like to sit together, you can either purchase all tickets under the same name or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan for multiple parties joining each other. Our Performance Lounge can accommodate tables for up to 6 guests. For your convenience, each table will be presented one bill at the end of the show that includes a suggested 18% gratuity. Our policy is that we do not split individual checks, but will accept up to two credit cards as payment per table.
*Tickets are non-refundable. Promotional codes will be issued if a show is canceled or rescheduled.
Codes can be used for a future show.*
Born in a garage in Long Beach, California, Delta Nove has put in some serious work since their first independent release in 1998, leaving a trail of deep funk, thunderous Brazilian drums, greasy horns, and psychedelic exploration wherever they go. After over well over 1000 shows and years of national tours, 8 independent releases, and years of musical evolution, the band has truly developed into a singular powerhouse of sound and rhythm.
Delta Nove fans often call the sound of the band ‘world funk,’ a mixture of a psychedelic funk rock concert, Brazilian Carnaval, and Mardi Gras. Or, as one fan said, ‘it’s like Funkadelic got lost in the Amazon jungle.’ Funk, rock, samba, afrobeat, reggae, jazz, electronic escapades; these are all ingredients in the D No sound. Delta Nove’s most recent full release, Imaginary Conversations, is a reflection of that mash up of sounds. On this album, for the first time, the band enlisted outside help from legendary producers, including Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton) and Bruce Witkin (Adam Ant, Warren Zevon). Also, special guest George Clinton (of Parliament Funkadelic fame) joins the band on the track titled ‘Boom Bop.’