Fri Aug 12, 2022

In The Plaza: The Mattson 2

A free outdoor concert presented in collaboration with (((folkYEAH!)))
This event is sold out.

No-show tickets will be forfeited at 5:30pm, at which point walk-ups will be admitted until capacity is reached.

Please contact our Box Office to be put on the waitlist and you will be contacted if any tickets are released.

boxoffice@presidiotheatre.org
(415) 960-3949

 


 

“With their shared DNA and profound connection, the Mattson twins are unlike any band you’ve seen before.”

– The Washington Post

 

Join the Presidio Theatre and (((folkYEAH!))) this summer for a free two-set outdoor performance by LA-based jazz duo The Mattson 2.

Food will be available for sale by food trucks Curry Up Now and Mi Morena, parked right in front of the theatre.

Beer drinkers will be treated to a complimentary tasting, courtesy of our Presidio neighbor Fort Point Beer Company! Additional Fort Point beer, wine, and soft drinks will be available for sale.

Very limited seating is available (mostly standing room). All ages are welcome.

Doors open at 5pm. Show begins at 5:30pm.

 


About The Mattson 2

The Mattson 2’s recent output has found them (jazz twins Jared and Jonathan Mattson) evoking the lush and carefree soundscapes of Japanese city pop. Their 2018 release Vaults of Eternity: Japan was full of loving reinterpretations of songs by artists like Haruomi Hosono and Ryuichi Sakamoto, and while their latest LP Paradise doesn’t indulge in sonic excess, it does capture that breezy, sun-filled vibe. It charted Billboard at #1 Contemp. Jazz, #2 Jazz, #20 Alternative and landed features in the Washington Post and Pitchfork.

Amongst collabs w/ Ray Barbee, ‪Tommy Guerrero,‬ Farmer Dave (of ‪Kurt Vile‬), and ‪‪Money Mark‬ (‬of ‪‪Beastie Boys‬‬)‪, they released Star Stuff in 2017 with ‬Chaz Bear (FKA Chaz Bundick, AKA Toro Y Moi) — also #1 on Billboard contemp. jazz charts — and reinterpreted Coltrane’s legendary A Love Supreme which Ashely Kahn (author of A Love Supreme: The Creation of John Coltrane’s Classic Album, 2002) says “there is a depth of sincerity and reverence in what the Mattson’s are doing that is unquestionable.”

 


COVID-19 Safety

This show is outdoors so masks and proof of vaccination will not be required. However if you need to use our restrooms, we will ask that you wear a mask before entering the theatre.

 


In Partnership With

 

 

Dates

Fri, Aug 12
5:00pm

Run Time

120 minutes

Price

Free!

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