A Tribe Called Red to perform at Minneapolis Music Hall on Nov. 1


A Tribe Called Red is bringing their unique sound to the Minneapolis Music Hall on Wednesday, November 1. A Tribe Called Red is a Canadian electronic music group, who blend instrumental hip hop, reggae, moombahton and dubstep-influenced dance music with elements of First Nations music, particularly vocal chanting and drumming. A Tribe Called Red was formed in 2008 and are a part of a new generation of artists making a cultural and social impact in Canada.

The group last released an album in September 16, 2016. The album titled “We Are The Halluci Nation” is their 3rd album and was inspired by late Native American rights activist, musician and poet John Trudell. The album was nominated for CBC Music’s Best Canadian Album of the Year. Pitchfork assigned the album a rating of 8.1 out of 10, calling it “politically thrilling and immediate.” Exclaim!’s David Dacks praised the “dancehall-indebted polyrhythms and creative beatmaking”, and Now described it as “powerful protest music set to pounding beats.
A Tribe Called Red’s concert at the Minneapolis Music Hall will start at 9:00 pm and doors open at 8:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased HERE

Tour Dates:

Oct 27 UCSB Multicultural Center Santa Barbara, CA

Nov 01 Music Hall of Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN

Nov 02 Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL

Nov 04 Icon Event Hall Sioux Falls, SD

Nov 07 Old Rock House St Louis, MO

Nov 09 12th & Porter Nashville, TN

Nov 10 Bardo Arts Centre Cullowhee, NC

Nov 11 Aisle 5 Atlanta, GA

Nov 30 O’Brians Event Centre Saskatoon, Canada

Dec 01 The Palace Theatre Calgary, Canada