Sat, Sep 5, 2020 at 8pm
For over a decade, The Mellotones have been bringing their high-octane party to stages around the world. Lighting up dance floors wherever they go, the R&B Funk band is an 8-piece powerhouse.
Combining powerful vocals, dynamic horns, and a groovy rhythm section with a catalogue that dives deep into the history of soul, funk, disco, and R&B music, The Mellotones recall an era dominated by the classics of Motown, Stax, and Chess Records.
The members – Jeff Mosher (vocals/saxophone), Jody Lyne (trumpet), Eric Landry (trombone), Sean Weber (lead saxophone), Brad Conrad (guitar), Ian Mosher (keyboards), Mike Farrington Jr. (bass), and Damien Moynihan (drums) – are a remarkably tight unit. Equipped with a wealth of experience as road-tested session players and backup musicians for ECMA and JUNO Award winning artists, The Mellotones are a hard-working, well-oiled collection of some of the region’s best performers.
September 5, 2020 @ 8 PM - Gates open two (2) hours before showtime
1521 Lower Water Street (Salter Block), Halifax, NS
Three ticket types:
Harbour Hopper Upper Deck (10 person): These seats are on the upper deck of the Harbour Hopper. A group of ten people will be able to enjoy the show with a raised view. The audio will be heard through the main speaker system.
Premium Table Seating (10 person): This seating will be ground level to the right and left of the stage. Two sheltered picnic tables will be able to host your bubble of 10 people. The audio can be heard through the main speaker system. These are able to accommodate accessible seating.
Vehicle Pod (4 person): Each ticket is the purchase of an 8’ x 18’ space for up to four people in the parking lot. You will be permitted to bring your own lawn chair and site outside of your vehicle, if you choose. These spots are general admission and will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis. Smaller vehicles will be directed to the front spaces.
Masks are ON if you're on your feet. Masks can be OFF when you're at your seat!
More details at www.seatlantic.ca