Summer Solstice Party 2017 feat. Mystikal & Juvenile w/ Jubee, Gracie Bassie and More TBA

RiNo Supply Co. Presents

Summer Solstice Party 2017 feat. Mystikal & Juvenile w/ Jubee, Gracie Bassie and More TBA

Sat, June 24, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

FREE for Valid MMJ Card Holders /// $30 Non MMJ Card Holders

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

** RiNo SUPPLY CO. PRESENTS SUMMER SOLSTICE PARTY 2017 **

- This show is FREE w/ RSVP for all Valid MMJ Card Holders. MMJ Card Holders who RSVP will be required to present their valid MMJ Card at the Box Office on the night of the event.

- The cost is $20 advance / $30 day of show for all Non MMJ Card Holders.

- Additional info at RiNoSupply.com

 

Mystikal
Mystikal
Multi-platinum, 3x Grammy nominee Mystikal is back with his signature gruff sound and headed straight to the top of the charts.
Juvenile
Juvenile
New Orleans has a reputation as a breeding ground for raw, unbridled rap music and the city's artistic offspring make for intriguing and awe-inspiring players in the rap game. But of all of New Orleans' native sons none is more formidable than Juvenile. From the early 90's as a member of 3Grand and the release of an underground solo project, to his signing with the infamous (then underground) label Cash Money Records as a member of The Hot Boys (along with group members B.G., Lil Wayne and Turk), Juvenile's role as a pioneering southern rapper cannot be underestimated. The fact that he has helped New Orleans claim major prominence in the annals of hip-hop history cannot be overlooked. Born Terius Gray, the rapper known as Juvenile first came to national prominence with The Hot Boys 1997 debut Get It How U Live, followed by 1999's platinum certified, Guerilla Warfare and 2003's Let 'Em Burn. But it has been his solo performances - most notably, his third CD, 1998's 4x platinum 400 Degreez, which spawned the hits, "Ha" and "Back That Thang Up" -- that catapulted Juve to mega-star status. The CD also garnered him many awards and accolades including a Soul Train Award (2000), Billboard Award (1999), Source Award (1999) and an American Music Award nomination (1999). Juvenile's no-holds-barred rap lyrics and rough-around-the-edges persona made him an icon to young hip-hop heads enamored with rappers who 'keep it real.' And, says the 28-year-old rapper, he's done it all without really trying. "I don't think about it," he says. "When I do an album I don't worry about what the people are gonna think. I just do an album. I don't have a format to the way I do songs, I just do 'em." That's the approach he's taken with his previous five CDs: Being Myself on Warlock Records (1995) to his Cash Money releases; gold certified, Solja Rags (1997), 4x platinum certified, 400 Degreez, platinum certified, G Code (1999), and the critically acclaimed gold certified, Project English (2001). And it's the same approach he took with his current release, Juve The Great. "This CD let's the people hear the different styles and tones and different ideas that run through Juve's head within a day's time." If "Ha" and "Back That Thang Up" set new standards for dirty south hip-hop, then the songs on Juve The Great will raise the bar even higher for those trying to appeal to hip- hop fans who like their music unsweetened and not watered down. Case in point, in the CD's lead single, "In My Life," Juve dishes out an unabashed tribute to his ballin' lifestyle. "I'm just talking on there," he laughs. "It's just got that Juve vibe." And that "Juve vibe" runs throughout Juve The Great, which, as expected, features production by Cash Money's resident hitmaker Mannie Fresh. From the old-school-flavored "Bounce Back" -- featuring 'millionaire' Baby -- to the dirty anthem, "Down South Posted" with Wacko & Skip, Juve The Great shows Juvenile at the top of his game. One of the CD's most personal entries is the track, "It Ain't Mines," and the set is rounded out by the intriguing, "Numb Numb" with its inviting talk-sing hook. While Juvenile doesn't set out to appeal to anyone in particular with his music, he does set goals for himself. "To reach everyone with my music," he exclaims. And given his vast fan base, his goals are realistic. "I travel so much and meet so many people. People walk up to me - different races, religions and different sizes saying they like my music and they're buying it." Juvenile was a mere "eight or nine" years old when he decided to be a rapper. "I made my decision early," he recalls. "I didn't wanna do nothing else but rap. I've been making music since I was 14 years old." And he never doubted he would succeed. "Everything that has happened for me I'm happy about and the Lord has blessed me in many ways, but, I can't stop now. I dream big." And once he has achieved his goal of touching everyone with his music, Juve says he'll be content to just be a regular guy. "I just wanna be the father that I didn't have. Once my kids graduate college, I'm good. I'm gon' lay back...." He'll let his legacy do the talking. "I just wanna be remembered as a young black entrepreneur that had faith in God. That's all I want to be remembered as." Juvenile, a legend in his own time. Book Juvenile for shows and concerts at Heavy Rotation booking agency. Worldwide Bookings with HR Booking. Juvenile Booking, Book Juvenile. Book artists like Juvenile, Juvenile booking agent, contact Juvenile email, Juvenile manager, Juvenile management for concerts, bookings, biography, pictures, videos. Juvenile may be available for your club shows, private party, festivals or other events.
JuBee
JuBee
JuBee
Leader of JuBee and The Morning After
MC of Michal Menert Big Band
1/2 of Uncle Pizza
1/2 of City Council

HipHop/Rock/Funk/Poetry/Meme/EDM/Photography/Cheeseburger/Pizza
Gracie Bassie
Gracie Bassie
Getting her start in her hometown of Durango, Colorado, Gracie Bassie has long been moved by the reggae culture and music by surrounding herself with inspiring influences that have helped her to become the confident yet humble musician/artist she is today. In 2008, Gracie bought her first bass guitar and was taught how to play her bass like a real "rootswoman" with guidance of Jamaican producer Lincoln Jarrett. From there she formed A-DUB-ROCK Band, opening up for acts such as The Mighty Diamonds and Sister Carol. Soon after she was performing at Reggae on the River with Marlon Asher and recieved a call from musical idol Anthony B, asking her to join his band in Kingston, Jamaica whom she toured with until later residing in Kingston and playing with Earl "Chinna" Smith's "Inna di Yaad" band, backing Max Romeo and his children, alongside Leroy "Horsemouth" drummer from the famous Jamaican movie "Rockers" and many other talented musicians and artistes. As much as she loved to play bass, she loved even more to sing while playing bass, landing her gigs in Kingston and beyond. These experiences have helped her to cultivate a talent that is an undeniable and powerful force which cannot be ignored. Gracie's sound is a perfectly-blended mix consisting of classic old school dub tributes and her own original soon-to-be released songs with a few surprises thrown in for your listening pleasure.
Souls In Action Entertainment
Souls In Action Entertainment
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Venue Information:
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/