Nahko & Medicine for The People
Nahko and Medicine for the People
Thursday, July 14, 7:00 p.m.
MEMBER PRESALE: April 8 – May 12, order form
GENERAL PUBLIC: Beginning May 13 at 9 a.m.
TICKETS: Res. $39 | Standing Room Only $39 | Lawn $34 | Child (1-12) Lawn $24
GATES OPEN: @ 5:45 Early Entry | 6:00 General Public
Some people go a lifetime without knowing their mission in life, without feeling they have true calling, and without knowing why they even do what they do. Nahko is not one of them. That calling and mission has never been clearer than it is on Nahko and Medicine for the People’s third ful-llength album, HOKA.
On HOKA, Nahko’s voice is strong. His mission is clear. The mandate has been thrown down.
“Hoka is a Lakota word, an indigenous tribe from the Great Plains, it is a call to action. It’s what Crazy Horse would say when he went into battle, ‘Hoka, hey!’ My call is to put action to the words that I speak and the lyrics I sing. Not just to talk, but to do,” says Oregon-born singer/songwriter Nahko, who is of Puerto Rican, Native American (Apache), and Filipino descent. “This is the soundtrack of the movement for a better planet,” he continues. “I want to challenge myself and others to make a change.”