One Friday, June 11th, Felton Music Hall’s Roaring Camp welcomed to the stage Thundercat — the electrifying psychedelic funk bassist/singer-songwriter! Thundercat was fresh off his second GRAMMY win for his new album It Is What It Is, produced by Flying Lotus and lovingly dedicated to his late friend and collaborator, Mac Miller.
It was a very special show and the crowd’s vibe was that this was an experience to cherish… we were in the presence of a legend in the making.
Opening the show was GRAMMY-nominated rapper from Oakland, Guapdad 4000, who repped a Roaring Camp Railroad Davy Crockett hat from the souvenir gift shop. The rapper brought along Jon Wilde on acoustic guitar to treat the crowd with a rare acoustic set and announcing that, before the pandemic, he and Thundercat were supposed to go on tour together and that he also just released the deluxe edition of his album 1176. All in all, it was an exhilarating performance by both artists and it is safe to say that Felton Music Hall’s summer concert series at Roaring Camp is a hit (and hopefully here to stay)!
Photography by Katey Schoenberger