Kung Fu_Fall Tour

Kung Fu have announced their Fall tour dates and Winter festival schedule taking them up and down the East Coast. The five-piece will also be playing a Phish after party on October 26 in Worchester, a Halloween show at Gramercy Theater in NYC with Twiddle, Bear Creek Music Festival on November 14 & 15, Jungle Jam IV in Jaco, Costa Rica January 16-19 and AURA Music & Arts Festival February 14-16. Full winter tour announcement coming soon!

Check out an archive of their Live from AURA Studios stream from this past weekend: http://new.livestream.com/livefromaura/kungfu

Kung Fu Fall Tour Dates

September 27 | Philadelphia, PA —The Blockley (City Bisco after party)

September 28 | Princeton, NJ – Terrace F. Club
October 2 | Albany, NY—Red Square
October 4 | Canton, NY—Java Barn
October 5 | Seymour, CT—Smoke in The Valley
October 12| Monticello, NY—Harvest Festival & Freedom Fair
October 17 | Pawtucket, RI—The Met (with Marco Benevento)
October 18| Portland, ME—Port City Music Hall
October 19 | Cambridge, MA—Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub
October 22 | Columbus, OH—Woodland’s Backyard
October 23 | Chicago, IL—Schubas Tavern
October 24 | Pittsburgh, PA—Club Cafe
October 25 | Terra Alta, WV—Halloween Masquerade
October 26 | Worcester, MA—Palladium UPSTAIRS (Phish after party)
October 31 | New York, NY—Gramercy Theater (with Twiddle)
November 1 | Burlington, VT—Higher Ground Ballroom (with Jimkata)
November 2 | Northampton, MA—Pearl Street Ballroom
November 7 | Leesburg, VA—Tally Ho Theatre
November 8 | Richmond, VA—Canal Club (with The Werks)
November 9 | Roanoke, VA—Martin’s Downtown
November 10 | Raleigh, NC—Lincoln Theatre
November 11 | Atlanta, GA—Smith’s Olde Bar
November 13 |  Charlotte, NC—Visulite Theatre (Mike Dillon Band)
November 14 & 15| Live Oak, FL—Bear Creek Music & Art Festival
November 16 | Fort Lauderdale, FL—Culture Room
November 17 | Dunedin, FL—Dunedin Brewery
November 18 | Charleston, SC—Charleston Pour House
November 20 | Virginia Beach, VA—Jewish Mother
November 21 | Washington, DC—Gypsy Sally’s
November 22 | Baltimore, MD—8×10
November 23 | Philadelphia, PA—The Blockley (with The Revivalists)
December 20 | Portsmouth, NH—The Press Room
December 21 | New Haven, CT—Toad’s Place (Third Annual Toys for Tots Holiday Spectacular)
January 16 – 19 | Jaco, Costa Rica—Jungle Jam

Feb 14 – 16 | Live Oak, FL —AURA Music & Arts Festival

VIDEOS:

“Too High” w/ Nigel Hall| Stevie Wonder Tribute at AURA: http://bit.ly/YVeJIS

“Gung Ho”: http://bit.ly/14wleEY

ONLINE:

www.KungFuMusic.com

www.Facebook.com/KungFuTunes

Twitter & Instagram: @KungFuTunes

BIO: With a tight headlock on the new-funk movement, Kung Fu is quickly submitting critics with their unique sonic chops. Punishing the line between dojo-disciplined electro-jazz-fusion and street fighter funk, Kung Fu’s tao merges early Headhunters and Weather Report mentality with contemporary EDM ideology like yin and yang. Although the essence of the Kung Fu Krewe is rooted among ancient jam dynasties, this “nu-sion” project intends to dominate audiences while nourishing the chi of all who cross their path. Kung Fu features Tim Palmieri on guitar (The Breakfast), Robert Somerville on tenor sax (Deep Banana Blackout), Todd Stoops on keyboards (RAQ), Christopher DeAngelis on bass guitar (The Breakfast) and Adrian Tramontano on drums/percussion (The Breakfast & The Z3). The powerhouse quintet’s live show has been described by critics and fans alike as “lethal funk,” “explosive,” “jaw dropping,” and “musically mesmerizing.”