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The Center For The Arts Presents Magic Giant

Friday, May 6, 2022

8:00pm, Doors Open at 7:00pm The Marisa Funk Theater

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Called “the most festive band in the festival circuit,” alt group MAGIC GIANT has amassed over 100M streams, climbed Billboard charts spanning multiple genres and been named one of “10 Artists You Need to Know” by Rolling Stone.

Their latest single, “My My,” off their sophomore and upcoming studio album [title unannounced], not only symbolizes the deep and heavy chasm of the pandemic but the optimism of getting out of it.

Debuting in 2017 with their LP In The Wind, MAGIC GIANT, came out of the gates swinging, with TV appearances ranging from the Today Show to Good Morning America, and Billboard singling them out as one of “10 Awesome Bands” playing Coachella, with their show turning out to be part of the most watched live-stream in history.

The group has thrilled growing crowds along its 80-city North American and European tour, with their music charting in countries worldwide from Greece to South Africa.

Their performance on Good Morning America March 6, 2020 feels like a lifetime ago and their performance of “Disaster Party” was disconcertingly foreboding, but when the pandemic struck, they responded by throwing one of the first digital music festivals of its kind with guests including The Lumineers, Woody Harrelson, Edward Norton, Walk the Moon, David Blaine, Jason Maz, LP, The Head & The Heart, Edward Sharpe, Glen Hansard, Walk Off The Earth, and Local Natives, raising over $100,000 to deliver PPE to frontline hospital workers.

MAGIC GIANT singles “Set on Fire,” “Window,” and “Disaster Party” have all broken the top 40 on the Billboard US radio charts with “Disaster Party” breaking the Top 25.

Not only does the group write and produce their records, they plant a tree through a non-profit partner with every album sold, creating a mini forest with thousands of trees; and throw an annual music-festival-meets-summer-camp in the California Redwoods for their fans called Camp Misfits.

 

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