Diggin Dirt - Palmer, AK (March 23rd, 2023)

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Diggin Dirt - Palmer, AK (March 23rd, 2023)

Diggin Dirt at the Palmer Train Depot during their March '23 AK Tour!

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Palmer Train Depot 610 S Valley Way Palmer, AK 99645

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  • 3 hours 30 minutes

Huycke Entertainment is proud to bring Diggin' Dirt back to Alaska with "Diggin' Dirt - Palmer, AK"! This 7 piece psychedelic reggae rock band lit up the state back in August 2022 when they headlined Salmonfest to packing Williwaw Social in Anchorage! This time we're bringing the band to Palmer, AK for a funky fresh Thursday night concert at the Palmer Train Depot! This is a 21+ show with a full bar provided by Koot's! Doors will be opening at 6:30p and music starting at 7p with opening local act Childish Tycoon kicking off the night!

LIMITED BATCH of Early Bird tickets, GA tickets, and VIP are available now!

Brought to you by Huycke Entertainment, 21 Seeds Tequila, & Koot's.

DIGGIN DIRT BIO: This seven-piece band emerging from behind the redwood curtain in Humboldt County, California, is skyrocketing through the west coast music scene. Shoveling out their own path, and consistently wowing audiences and filling concert venues, Diggin Dirt is no ordinary funk and soul band. Their sounds explode off the stage with a pure authentic energy, and once they have you in their clutches, the relentless dance party does not let up. Their intoxicating and infectious sound is fueled by a blazing horn section, pulsating rhythms, and searing guitars, that when combined into one, have been known to entice even the shyest of wallflowers to start movin and groovin. Tying it all together, is the band’s front-man, who is in possession of the pipes, charisma, moves, and natural-born-soul, and launches this ensemble into rarefied air. Behold, as they layer humble influences of psychedelic rock, Motown soul, Afrobeat, and even reggae, atop a sturdy foundation of late 60’s inspired funk music. You might have flashes of James Brown or Sly and the Family Stone, Otis Redding or Tower of Power, but make no mistake that you are in the presence of spine-tingling originality.