Following yesterday’s announcement that Phish would be returning to Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena for a four-night Halloween run, already, the first of Phish afterparty announcements has sprung up. Today, Colorado funk ensemble, The Motet, announced that they’d be performing a late-night show at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas following Phish’s highly anticipated Halloween performance.
The Motet’s late-night show on October 31st kicks off a newly announced four-night West Coast run. Following their late-night Vegas show, on November 1st, the funk group will head to Los Angeles for a show at Teragram Ballroom. From there, on November 2nd, The Motet will hit Solana Beach, California’s Belly Up before rounding out the run in Phoenix, Arizona’s Crescent Ballroom.
For more information and ticketing, you can head to The Motet’s website here.
In other Motet news, the group recently announced the inaugural Motet On The Mesa Festival, which will take place at Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership on July 27th and 28th. The two-day music festival in Taos, New Mexico, will see multiple performances by the host band, The Motet, as well as performances by Break Science, SunSquabi, The Suffers, TAUK, Organ Freeman, and Mama Magnolia. To snag tickets, head here, and for more information and updates about Motet On The Mesa, check out the festival’s Facebook page here.