After a near three-year hiatus from their annual summer outdoor amphitheater circuit, Slightly Stoopid has returned to the scene with their Summer Traditions tour — a celebratory series of concerts beginning July 7th of this year. Based in San Diego, Slightly Stoopid’s objective continues to focus solely on good times, good vibes, and connecting with their audiences. With 21 announced dates and more room to add, the band is preparing for a series of performances promised to overshadow the years of concerts lost to the pandemic.
The entire lineup seems to be right on the mark according to online chatter, with long-time Stoopid friends Pepper joining alongside fellow Hawaiian-rooted Common Kings, who have recently begun blowing up the reggae scene over the past few years. Common Kings have been spending lots of time in the studio, and with new music on the horizon, we have no doubt they will become the soundtrack of this summer. Opening the show is Redondo Beach’s Fortunate Youth, who never fail to deliver a great performance.
The two month long national tour has announced 21 dates, with more to be added. Kicking off in Bonner, MT and weaving their way throughout the rest of the country, the ever-devoted “StoopidHeads” fanbase can expect the same folk, rock, blues, reggae-punk funk fusion they’ve loved and listened to for the last 25 years.
A variety of General Admission and VIP ticket packages can be found at Slightlystoopid.com/tour, on sale now.
Article by Talia Smith