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Roots band Stick Figure bring their “On The Rocks Tour” to Austin, Texas

Stick Figure is a roots-dub-reggae band based out of Southern California currently on their “On The Rocks Tour” to ultimately end at the infamous Red Rocks Amphitheater, where they will be joined alongside Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra, and Nick Swardson. If you’re in the area, this is a must see show.

Stick Figure, originally started by frontman Scott Woodruff, is well on their way to becoming one of the most iconic bands and biggest names in the reggae industry. Perhaps it’s their unique sound, maybe it’s their stage presence, maybe it’s the authenticity that can’t be mimicked, it could even be Cocoa the tour dog, or it’s a combination of everything- the fact is that they are absolutely adored by the public and incredibly loved by Austin TX.

Unsurprisingly they sold out their show in Austin at the Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, where favorites like “Breathe”, “Smokin’ Love”, and new ones were played like their latest release “World On Fire”. They had a few surprises on this tour, like doing a small cover of “Hey Jude” by the Beatles, TJ O’Niell singing his verse on their popular song “Weight Of Sound”, and even played an entirely new single that has not been released yet, which was truly a gift for their fans. The entire show was filled with good energy despite how crowded and hot it was. Everyone was there to have a good time, sing along, and dance. It’s not always guaranteed that the back of the crowd will be engaged so the amount of people singing along was chilling.

100% of the credit goes to The Elovaters, The Movement, and Stick Figure because all three bands dominated and owned the venue. It was a really great night, and an incredible show. I look forward to when they make their way back to Austin because they will be welcomed back with open arms, and no doubt, another sold out show.

The Movement

The Movement

The Movement

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Upcoming Tour Dates
4/7 – Corpus Christi, TX
4/11 – Minneapolis, MN
4/12 – Omaha, NE
4/13 – St. Louis, MO
4/14 – Nashville, TN
4/18 – Denver, CO
4/20 – Morrison, CO

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Roots band Stick Figure bring their “On The Rocks Tour” to Austin, Texas

Stick Figure is a roots-dub-reggae band based out of Southern California currently on their “On The Rocks Tour” to ultimately end at the infamous Red Rocks Amphitheater, where they will be joined alongside Pepper, Steel Pulse, The Movement, Iya Terra, and Nick Swardson. If you’re in the area, this is a must see show.

Stick Figure, originally started by frontman Scott Woodruff, is well on their way to becoming one of the most iconic bands and biggest names in the reggae industry. Perhaps it’s their unique sound, maybe it’s their stage presence, maybe it’s the authenticity that can’t be mimicked, it could even be Cocoa the tour dog, or it’s a combination of everything- the fact is that they are absolutely adored by the public and incredibly loved by Austin TX.

Unsurprisingly they sold out their show in Austin at the Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, where favorites like “Breathe”, “Smokin’ Love”, and new ones were played like their latest release “World On Fire”. They had a few surprises on this tour, like doing a small cover of “Hey Jude” by the Beatles, TJ O’Niell singing his verse on their popular song “Weight Of Sound”, and even played an entirely new single that has not been released yet, which was truly a gift for their fans. The entire show was filled with good energy despite how crowded and hot it was. Everyone was there to have a good time, sing along, and dance. It’s not always guaranteed that the back of the crowd will be engaged so the amount of people singing along was chilling.

100% of the credit goes to The Elovaters, The Movement, and Stick Figure because all three bands dominated and owned the venue. It was a really great night, and an incredible show. I look forward to when they make their way back to Austin because they will be welcomed back with open arms, and no doubt, another sold out show.

The Movement

The Movement

The Movement

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Stick Figure

Upcoming Tour Dates
4/7 – Corpus Christi, TX
4/11 – Minneapolis, MN
4/12 – Omaha, NE
4/13 – St. Louis, MO
4/14 – Nashville, TN
4/18 – Denver, CO
4/20 – Morrison, CO

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