General Admission Standing Room Only
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Mandala began when Abe Azab met Morgan Fasanelli in Waterbury, Connecticut in 2014. Joined by Sean Connelly and Chris Desiderio in 2016 the group toured the East Coast-based out of Connecticut - continuing releases and touring for 7 years. Now, after a cross-country drive in 2021, a life-changing move, and a two years locked in the house..they are living in Los Angeles, but back on a homecoming tour to the East!
After Releasing an EP titled "Bed of Flowers" in May of 2022, and a full-length album in September Mandala is prepared to rock this year. By using their experiences, through songwriting mandala creates powerful music that influences their listeners to experience the world from their perspective; love, loss, confidence, struggle, and hope are themes they conquer within their music. Their tightness within their interpersonal lives binds them together both on and off stage, presenting chemistry to the audience that is evident beyond the performance.
Together, they are on a mission to create an experience through their music by telling their story.
LAVENDER SOCIAL CLUB
Chris Daly & the Lavender Social Club is a CT-based band pulling from influences across the musical spectrum. “Our vision is one shared with all artists: to express. We connect with the audience every set, through interaction, conversation, improvisation, and entertainment. We rehearse rigorously to shed the confines of typical performance, to curate an experience that is true to ourselves and our audience. Improvisation is key, as we are able to adapt our setlist, set length, tone, and vibe depending on the performance. When we perform, we set out to honestly capture the audiences emotions and our own through music.”