Funk Cancer Saturday at Cage Brewing in St. Petersburg
We as a community are divided about many things: politics, miniseries, Coke vs. Pepsi, DC vs. MCU, and whether pineapple belongs on pizza. However, there is one issue that unites us, brings us all together:
Funk Cancer returns to Cage Brewing in St. Petersburg this Saturday, March 11, for a magical night of music, friendship, raffles, beer, and the deep-seated hope that we will continue on the road to eliminating cancer from the face of the earth.
Be ready ($$$) to bid on all the great donated raffle items!
With that in mind, here is the musical lineup. Doors open at 5 p.m.
Legacy Orchestra Collective (5:30)
Legacy Orchestra Collective open the match at 5:30. We were going to ask Sean “Legacy” Maloney who was going to be in this edition of LOC, but you know what? It doesn’t matter! Have you EVER seen Legacy Orchestra Collective anything short of stellar? See? LOC with the jab to Cancer, already on the ropes!
Displace are ready for round two. Chris Sgammato and his crew continue to hone their funky craft, including playing more sets that anybody else on Jam Cruise. Displace with the left hook to Cancer, reeling to its corner.
Row Jomah (8:30)
Row Jomah continue to delight audiences up and down the West Coast and all over the Sunshine State with their great pop, funk, and indie rock. Joe Roma and the boys are looking to get in some licks. Row Jomah with the right cross to Cancer’s ugly visage.
Ajeva: Funk Through the Ages (10:15)
Ajeva have been training for this final round with some very special moves, focusing in on funk since the beginning of time (well, James Brown’s time, anyway). We’ll all be pulling for Taylor Gilchrist and the Ajeva corner to send Cancer to the canvas with a wicked uppercut.
Standing 8? HELL, NO! TKO? NO! NO! NO!
Mama said KNOCK YOU OUT!
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