Event Details

Date & Time: Sun, Jun 2 @ 4:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: Quartyard

Address: 1301 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101



Its Far Out and Same Same But Different present Flamingosis 

With Support from Diastrata (formerly Recess)

Flamingosis makes the soundtrack to being your best self. Under the spell of the New Jersey-raised and Brooklyn-based artist and producer, handcrafted electronic beats meet live instrumentation spiked with funk in the center of the dancefloor (right underneath the disco ball). The ensuing overflow of energy might just inspire you to get up and move, fall in love, or even change your life. Extending a creative arc without comparison, he strikes a deep emotional chord on his 2024 full-length album, Better Will Come.

“Everyone wants to get better in some way,” he states. “The album highlights my own personal experience of growing, and you can potentially relate your story to what I went through. I learned a lot of hard lessons, but I made a conscious effort to grow in every way—not just musically, but physically, mentally, and spiritually. I did a lot of inner work, and I channeled these experiences into the music. If you pursue self-improvement, life improves around you too.”

A season of transformation and awakening underlined the genesis of Better Will Come.

In order to bring the music to life on stage, Flamingosis will hit the road with a band for the very first time. At the end of 2023, he performed a pair of gigs in Denver at Cervantes joined by Bodega Groove Collective. The drums, horns, guitar, and bass added a full-bodied bombast to the set unlike anything he’d delivered prior.

“The shows in Denver were pretty much the climax of my music career thus far,” he goes on. “I’d never played with a live band, so it was a major change. I’ve learned you need to face new challenges head-on. It’s what we did, and it went great. It’s going to be really cool to do the same thing on the road.”

In the end, Flamingosis delivers a message meant to be shared aloud on the album.

“It’s a reminder that no matter what you’re going through, you can be better for yourself,” he leaves off. “Hard times don’t last. All of those little things add up to change you for the better. Am I where I want to be? Probably not yet, but I’m a lot better than I was when I started the whole process.”

All ages event | No pets | No refunds

$20-25 tickets