Friday, June 08, 2007

SOBO Fest 2007

by Osman Parvez
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UPDATE: Here's a few pics from the event.

While I'm rambling about events for the weekend.. There's also the South Boulder Festival (SOBO fest) from 1 to 10pm at the Table Mesa shopping center this Saturday.
Here's details (provided by the Southern Sun).

SOBO Summerfest is Saturday (tomorrow), June 9th! FREE EVENT!
A FREE Latin Street Fair featuring live music, beer, booths and vendors, and activities for all ages.

Saturday, June 9, 2007 1pm—10pm
Table Mesa Shopping Center at 627 S. Broadway

All proceeds benefit the Boulder County AIDS Project and Boulder Cuba Sister City Organization

This year’s FREE live music includes…

*JJ Grey and MOFRO
*Johnny Polanco y su conjunto amistad
*Quemando
*Sambadende

Larger and Expanded Beer Tent featuring MOUNTAIN SUN ALES and BOULDER BEER ALES, Freshies Mojito’s and REDSTONE Mead
Also at SOBO Summerfest 2007…

*Seven hours of free live music
*The first-annual SOBO Kids Parade
*Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy Wellness Center
*SOBO Art Fair
*Local and national Non-Profits
*Beer garden with 8-tons of ales from the Mountain Sun and Boulder Beer
*All-Ages Hip Hop Tent
*80 booths, including 11 food and beverage vendors
*Activities for all ages

We hope to see all our friends and family this Saturday in the Table Mesa Shopping Center for a day of community fun, awareness and activism! Last year, SOBO Summerfest raised $15,000 for our non-profits and drew more than 10,000 people.
Who’s participating this year...
Your Host:
Southern Sun Pub and Brewery
Title Sponsor:
Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy
Major Sponsors:
Elevations Credit Union
Boulder Beer
Daily Camera
Whole Foods Market
Eldorado Natural Spring Water
Neptune Mountaineering
Silverstar Printing
Roche Colorado
Southside Walnut Café
Ryan-Davidson Real Estate Team
Media Sponsors:
Boulder Weekly
Marquee Magazine
The Onion
KBCO
KGNU
KUVO
Food and Beverage Vendors:
Pearl Street Grill
Bombay Station
Colorado Buffalo Grill
SOBO BBQ
Auuja Mexican Restaurant
Tsing Tao Chinese Restaurant
Abos Pizza
Lulu’s Kitchen
Pixie Mate
Café Sole
Mickey C’s Ice Cream
Boulder Business Sponsors:
Mountain’s Edge Fitness
Hotel Boulderado
Boulder Natural Animal
Boulder Bike and Ski
Boulderado Hotel
Magic Portrait Studio
Stir It Up Cooking
Hopscotch Technology
Hiro Energy Drink
Rocky Mountain Hats
Totem Industries
Zafu Designs
B-Boy Hats
Fly Low Gear
Road Masters
Vast Architecture
H & R Block
Weavers Dive and Travel
WW Reynolds
Shuttles, Spindles and Skeins
Chase Bank
Exedra Spa
Boulder School of Massage
SOBO American Bistro
Boulder Holistic Medical Center
South Boulder Chiropractic
Participating Artists:
Wandering Blue Studios
One Brown Mouse
Sacred Garden Botanicals
Colorplay Jewelry
Lori Kanary
Christopher Walsh Photography
Penny Hamilton
Satori Glass
Nina Paul
Seven Wonders Design Studio
Sae Sae Designs
Torra Gorra Designs
Bryce Widom
DayOKnight
Ananda Henna
Non-Profits Participating:
Boulder County Aids Project
Boulder-Cuba Sister City Organization
Boulder Population Connection
Thorne Ecological Institute
Growing Gardens
Speak Out Boulder
Solar Decathalon
New Era Colorado
Boulder Pride
Colorado Mountain Club
JJ Grey and MOFRO

JJ Grey and his band MOFRO exude rocking, funky, melodic, front porch realism in every song they play. Grey comes from a long tradition of Southern storytellers, and his songs oftentimes use the loss of his natural surroundings and the marginalization of the Southern culture he grew up in as a metaphor for universal truths. The band delivers his material with brilliant musicianship, resulting in music that is thought provoking, rhythmically dynamic and texturally mesmerizing.
“Nothing less than a perfect groove. Down-home, dirty soul.”—Rolling Stone Magazine

“Intriguing and fortuitous… The MOFRO vibe travels freely among swamp funk, blues, rock and soul, and does so with a certain down-and-dirty swagger that’s as real as it is appealing.”—Billboard Magazine

Johnny Polanco y su conjunto amistad
In his function as the fearless leader of the ultimate West Coast Latin party band, the New-York born with Dominican and Puerto Rican roots, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger Johnny Polanco has earned over the years a reputation for creating what writer Lina Lecaro categorized once as “the kind of infectious, rhythmic, multilayered Latin music that makes even the most timid wallflower abandon all restraint and give it a whirl on the dance floor.”
“ is guilty as charged for the current stability of tropical dance music in Los Angeles and throughout most of the west coast.”—Latin Beat Magazine

p.s. Wrap it all up with Boulder Outdoor Cinema and a showing of (what else?), An Inconvenient Truth.
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