Event Archive - MAMA PULPA from Mexico City make their return to VICTORIA'S 12TH ANNUAL SKA FESTIVAL!: Mama Pulpa, Ivy League Brawlers, Everybody Left
Wed. July 6th 2011 @ Lucky Bar Victoria BC (No Minors)
10:30pm - 2am doors at 10pm
This show has a special connection to our ska scene province wide. Mama Pulpa have had a close connection to Victoria's Annual Ska Festival since their first appearance in 2008 when they played with platinum selling Inspector and Vancouver's ska powerhouse Los Furios. Touring with Victoria and Vancouver bands in the past two years in their own country, Mama Pulpa are back again for a second helping. Mama Pulpa will be playing at this year's festival alongside Vancouver's 9 piece party ska fiends Ivy League Brawlers and Victoria's own Everybody Left.
Tickets available at Lyle's Place, Ditch Records, The Reef & ticketweb.ca
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Mama Pulpa (latin ska rock)
MAMA PULPA formed in the summer of 1996.
It´s members met at a pizza parlor where a pizza-eating contest was being held, the first prize being an electric guitar. Apparently none of them won, but they´ve been inseparable since.
As any band starting out, they began playing in small time venues, slowly developing a faithful following of fans,... more info
Ivy League Brawlers (Ska/Power-pop/Jazz/Reggae/Rock)
The Ivy League Brawlers are an 8-piece ska/rock/power-pop Vancouver band that sport both a solid rhythm and a dazzling horn section. Boasting a solid rhythm section and a full 4 piece horn section, The Ivy League Brawlers merely getting on the stage makes people pay attention to them! They cite equal influences coming across genres and from groups ... more info
Everybody Left (Indie/Dirty Pop/Reluctant Reggae)
Everybody Left is a unique six-piece from Victoria, BC. EL has been self-producing their post-ska indie-rock for just over a decade and most recently released their Season Two LP in 2016. The band blends an eccentric mix of influences and styles to provide a sound that is fresh yet familiar to audiences. Everybody Left also has deep connections to ... more info