Saturday, February 10, 2018 - 7:30pm to Sunday, February 11, 2018 - 12:00am
210 is COMING OUT as a MUSIC VENUE and we invite YOU to CELEBRATE with us!!!
FREE! NO COVER! Get your FREE tickets NOW! Limited first-come first-serve seating. Tickets valid until 7:30PM, then opening to public.
Enjoy the phenomenal LIQUID SOUL and MORE!
$2.10 draft beers from 5-6 PM and $7 "Liquid Soul"s ALL NIGHT!!!
Featuring Fine Mardi Gras NOLA Fare including Gumbo, Red Beans and Rice, Shrimp Jambalaya, Shrimp Po' Boys, PLUS Bahama Mamas and Hurricane Specials!
ABOUT LIQUID SOUL:
“Liquid Soul sweeps the mold and mildew out of jazz-funk and breathes it back to glorious life.” -Down Beat Magazine
“ Funky…electrically charged…inventive.” -The New York Times
“Liquid Soul is the tightest and funkiest outfit in America.” -San Francisco Chronicle
“It’s not often that the sheer exuberance of a band makes you forget about figuring out what genre they belong in and just get up and dance. But that’s what Chicago’s Liquid Soul does.” -USA Today
“The rabid enthusiasm clearly projected by the jamming musicians is infectious. Alone or at a club your feet will move.” -Sammy Younan, All Music Guide
“The crew [Liquid Soul] leaps between styles faster than a bullet train zipping through neighborhoods, jumping from a James Brown vamp to gutbucket blues to Latin Groove to Parliament-ary acrobatics with nary a blink…” -Deborah Orr, CMJ New Music Report
“A fiery, danceable mix of jazz, hip-hop, and hard-core funk…tight hornwork, high energy, deep grooves and abounding musicianship.” -Nancy Lee, Jazz Times
“A textbook study of merging sharp technical chops with loose freestyling…” -Larry Flick, Billboard
“Hot out of Chicago with a blistering but good-natured mix of funk and hip-hop with improvisation…[Liquid Soul] does it with verve and charm and real chops.” -Gene Santoro, New York Daily News
“…high voltage Chi-town jazz with funk, rock, heavy metal, hip-hop, avant garde, and world music energy…[a] rolling mix of brilliant musicianship and galloping beats.” -Dan Ouelletee, San Francisco Chronicle
“Steady-grooving funk.” -The New York Times