If you haven’t seen The Mighty Manatees lately, then it’s time to get out and see them during their “Cabin Fever 2014” Tour! The group will perform an “reggae rock” concert at 7 p.m. Friday, March 28 at The State Theatre of Boyertown, 61 N. Reading Ave.
Since 1985, The Mighty Manatees have morphed over time, played under several variations of their current name, recorded under many labels, but their roots have remained true to their unique beginning. Their music, known as “Dreadneck” style, can be described as reggae rock with a funky pop twist. The band is composed of six professional musicians vast in experience, with an energy and vibe that will get the crowd on their feet.
On the stage at The State will be: Ranger Will, Joe “Jo-Zo” Rizzo, Jim “Grandpa” Cavanaugh, Karl “K-Jo” Frick, Andrew “Dr. Drew” Geltzer, and Ras Michael.
Located in eastern Berks County, The State Theatre of Boyertown is becoming known as an up-and-coming performing arts venue. The 101-year-old theatre located in the heart of Boyertown hosts local musical talent with shows for a family audience.
Concert begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets: $10 (Discount for advance purchase) or $15 day of concert. Upcoming events are posted on the theatre’s website: http://statetheatreboyertown.com/. Tickets for all shows can be purchased online with a discount if purchased before the day of the show, at the box office each night from 6 to 7:30 p.m., or by calling the theatre at 610-367-4737.