Tribal Seeds Tickets
Tribal Seeds is a reggae band hailing from San Diego, California. They were formed in 2005, founded by brothers Steve Jacobo and Tony-Ray Jacobo. The band also includes Victor Navarro, Ryan Gonzo, Luis Castillo, Jamey ‘Zeb’ Dekofsky and Danny Lopilato. Despite being in their thirties, the band members have revived this traditional style of music and made it their own. They have introduced reggaeton to a whole new generation and have garnered a huge fan base. Their first album is titled “Youth Rebellion” which came out during their first year as a band. Since then, they have released four albums and two EPs. In 2018, they are performing a number of live gigs around the country and Tribal Seeds tickets for these can be purchased now.
Tribal Seeds Tickets
- Bayfest 2019: Slightly Stoopid, Tribal Seeds, Fortunate Youth & Hirie, Embarcadero Marina Park North tickets for 06/01 12:00 PM at Embarcadero Marina Park North,San Diego, CA
- Sat Jun 01 2019
- Matisyahu & Tribal Seeds, Fargo Brewing Company tickets for 07/17 07:00 PM at Fargo Brewing Company,Fargo, ND
- Wed Jul 17 2019
About the Band
The Reggaeton band was started by the Jacobo brothers as an ode to their music heroes Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Over the years, they included four more members in their band. Together, they practiced and perfected their sound and released their first LP in 2005. Their authentic sound immediately propelled them into the forefront of the American indie music scene. In 2009, they released their second LP, “The Harvest” and iTunes immediately named both their albums “The Best Of”. Their debut album garnered a “Best World Music” Award for the band as well, at the San Diego Music Awards in 2008. “The Harvest”, meanwhile, debuted on the number 5 spot on the Billboard Album charts. Both of these albums were written and produced by the Tribal Seeds and recorded and mixed at San Diego’s Signature Sound Studios by Alan Sanderson.
What is perhaps most striking for the Tribal Seeds is how deep-rooted its success is in San Diego’s music scene. Despite gaining so much success in such a short time, the band chose to stay in this city instead of choosing to move to such obvious choices as Los Angeles or Nashville. And the risk has paid off as the local community is extremely supportive of the group.
In 2011, the Tribal Seeds released “Soundwaves”, an EP that reached number 2 on the Billboard Reggaeton Charts. This album is inspired by the band’s musical career and experiences on tour and it paid off as this authentic experience resonated with their fans.
The band has toured the U.S and also performed in Mexico, Aruba, Hawaii and Guam. They have opened for and shared the stage with numerous artists such as Cee Lo Green, MGMT, Stephen Marley, Jason Mraz, Sublime, Gregory Issacs and countless others. It is expected that the band will achieve great things over their career, having achieved this many milestones in a matter of years.
Tribal Seeds 2017
In 2017, the band focused more on recording than on touring. They released their groovy and cheeky single “Rude Girl” in the beginning of the year, with a quirky music video to accompany it. The song has nearly 200,000 plays on YouTube and has exposed the group to an international audience. By the mid of this year, the band has also released its second EP titled “Roots Party”. Tribal Seeds is still working towards creating an at-ease vibe, always willing to give a good time to their audience.
This has paid off as “Roots Party” is getting a lot of buzz around it. It is a party trip through and through and comes three years after their last album, 2014’s “Representing”. The title track of this album stands out the most. It promotes unity and togetherness, through the image of a moonlit beach party. These tracks were penned during previous tours by the band and they were all recorded in 2017.
Tribal Seeds is ready to promote the new EP and their previous hits on a brand new tour. On this trek, they are headed to a number of theaters and auditoriums around the country. These will be intimate shows and create an engaging, lively environment. Therefore, Tribal Seeds tickets have reggae fans excited and pumped up for these shows.
Tribal Seeds Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Tribal Seeds's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in San Diego at the Embarcadero Marina Park North on 1-Jun-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Cincinnati at the Bogarts on 23-Jul-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Bayfest 2019: Slightly Stoopid, Tribal Seeds, Fortunate Youth & Hirie||Embarcadero Marina Park North||San Diego, CA||Sat Jun 01 201912:00 PM|
|Tribal Seeds||Seacrets||Ocean City, MD||Wed Jun 19 201909:00 PM|
|Matisyahu & Tribal Seeds||Fargo Brewing Company||Fargo, ND||Wed Jul 17 201907:00 PM|
|Matisyahu & Tribal Seeds||Bogarts||Cincinnati, OH||Tue Jul 23 201907:30 PM|
Tribal Seeds Ticket Prices
The average price for Tribal Seeds Tickets start from $57. The minimum get in price is $37 for Tribal Seeds Tickets at the Seacrets, Ocean City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Bayfest 2019: Slightly Stoopid, Tribal Seeds, Fortunate Youth & Hirie||San Diego||1-Jun-19||$212||$54|
|Tribal Seeds||Ocean City||19-Jun-19||$129||$37|
|Matisyahu & Tribal Seeds||Fargo||17-Jul-19||$122||$61|
|Matisyahu & Tribal Seeds||Cincinnati||23-Jul-19||$57||$38|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.