Portugal. The Man
Still Feeling the Music
Experimental indie pop outfit Portugal. The Man have come a long way since their early days in Wasilla, Alaska. Since their debut album was released way back in 2006, the group have relocated to Portland, Oregon; released ten albums and gained a cult-like following of fans; worked with noted musicians and producers such as Danger Mouse and Mike D; then finally spent three years working on an album only to scrap everything and start again with what has become one of the biggest hits of 2017, Woodstock.
Featuring the insanely catchy, "Feel It Still", Woodstock is a reflection on the 1969 rock festival and its lingering cultural resonance today. Now, Portugal. The Man are bringing their psychedelic-inspired rock to Reno's Grand Theatre for one night of magical musical mayhem.
Supported by Cherry Glazerr
The L.A. pop-rock outfit, formed in 2012 by visionary singer/songwriter Clementine Creevy, will rock the Grand Theatre stage with their off-kilter garage punk. Don't miss this exciting performance from an energetic young band on the rise!