Gogol Bordello to Play The Neptune, 8/8-9; Tickets on Sale 5/17
Gogol Bordello, The Neptune, STG Presents
Gogol Bordello will play August 8 at 8:00PM & and Fri. August 9 at 9:00PM at The Neptune (All Ages / Bar w/ ID). Price: $30.00, not including applicable fees. Seating: General Admission. On Sale: Friday, May 17 at 10:00AM.
Ticketing Information: Available online at Tickets.com, Paramount Box Office, 24-hour kiosks at The Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres, or Sonic Boom Records in Ballard. For more information visit STGPresents.org.
Internationally renowned gypsy punk rock group Gogol Bordello return with their sixth full-length album Pura Vida Conspiracy via ATO Records on July 23. Produced by Andrew Scheps, the new album was recorded in El Paso, Texas at Sonic Ranch Studios and is a powerful collection of 12 surging new songs. In celebration of May Day, an ancient public holiday known for raucous celebrations, Gogol Bordello offer up a stream of their rebellious new song "Malandrino" to get the party started.
The album's title is derived from a Spanish slang phrase for "pure life," which is a theme that resonates throughout the new material. The disc's opener, "We Rise Again," introduces the album's limitless, all-embracing themes instantly, centered on a chorus of "Borders are scars on face of the planet." The new songs are infused with ideas rooted in Eastern philosophy but also search for a means of joining fragmented parts and persons, and of creating a worldwide consciousness.
STG's mission is to make diverse performing arts and education an integral part of our region's cultural identity while keeping three historic venues, The Paramount, Moore and Neptune, alive and vibrant. STG presents a range of performances from Broadway, off-Broadway, dance and jazz, to comedy, concerts of all genres, speakers and family shows - at these three iconic theatres in Seattle and venues throughout the Puget Sound region and in Portland, Oregon. STG is the 501 (c)(3) non-profit arts organization that operates the historic Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres in Seattle, Washington.