The Slighty Stoopid show on Friday, July 31, 2020 is rescheduled to August 5, 2021. All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date, no new ticket purchase is needed. If you are unable to attend the new date, the deadline to request a refund is July 5, 2021. For more information, please visit HERE. A message from Slightly Stoopid: "Slightly Stoopid is happy to announce the first round of rescheduled dates for Summer Traditions 2021! For the newly rescheduled dates, fans can choose to hold on to their current ticket and use it for our new 2021 tour date, or request a refund at the original point of purchase.
Additional shows to be announced soon .... We are currently working with promoters, cities and venues to reschedule all remaining tour dates. You will be able to use your 2020 ticket at the new 2021 date. So please hold onto your ticket and come to the most epic summertime party with us, Uncle Don Carlos, and our brothers Pepper & Common Kings, as we have been looking forward to sharing the stage and spending our summer with these amazing artists and all of the loyal Stoopidheads!!
Thank you for your incredible support, patience and understanding while we navigate our way through these unprecedented times. We hope to see everyone next summer. We Love You ❤"
-Slightly Stoopid The Ocean Beach, California-based Slightly Stoopid formed by multi-instrumentalists Kyle McDonald and Miles Doughty has matured into a versatile musical ensemble consisting of drummer Ryan “Rymo” Moran; percussionist Oguer “OG” Ocon; saxophonist Daniel “Dela” Delacruz; keyboardist Paul Wolstencroft; trumpet and trombone player Andy Geib, and an arsenal of guests that frequent the stage, most notably Karl Denson (Rolling Stones/Greyboy Allstars), Don Carlos, Chali 2na (Jurassic 5) and Rashawn Ross (Dave Matthews Band). An eclectic band when it comes to musical styles as well as collaborations, Slightly Stoopid, now in their second decade of making music, continues to manufacture an energizing and multifaceted sound that has been described as “a spiritual bath of positive party energy.”
Two decades. They've gone by in a blur, filled with sound checks, encores, album releases, and sold-out shows stretching from the California coastline to the UK mainland. Along the way, Pepper has sharpened its own "Kona dub-rock" sound — a blend of reggae, alternative rock, island rhythms, and punky spirit — while also building a community of fans and likeminded bands.
In a saturated musical landscape, Common Kings has carved their own path. The Orange County by way of South Pacific four-piece was nominated for a GRAMMY for their debut album (Lost In Paradise) in 2016 and has been on an upward trajectory ever since.