Zion I and Slap Frost Review play show at Agave Saturday
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What: Zion I and Slap Frost Review
When: Saturday, Jan. 25, 9:30 p.m.
Where: Agave, Avon
Cost: $12 in advance, $15 day of the show
More information: Visit agaveavon.com.
Zion I with special guest Slap Frost Review will play at Agave in Avon. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. for concert goers 21 and up on Saturday. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the show.
Since the release of the debut album, “Mind Over Matter,” in 2000, Zion I has risen up the ranks of independent hip-hop to solidify its standing as one of the most prolific conscious rap groups of the past two decades. Boasting a catalog that consists of more than two-dozen albums, EPs, mixtapes and collaborations, Zion I (currently consisting solely of MC/producer Zumbi) continues to create inspired music influenced by social and political woes, personal challenges and triumphs as well as family, spirituality and a raw perspective on the world at large.
Zumbi continues to showcase his talents as a unique, diverse and skilled MC while maintaining his place as one of the most recognizable voices in hip-hop. Fueled by his own personal losses as well as the current political and social climate of the world-at-large, Zumbi aims to fuse heartfeltness and badassery on every track he cuts.
Being one of the most energetic and engaging live acts out there, Zion I continues to bring the music to the masses at festivals, events and venues across the planet. With a sound and style that bends musical genres, Zion I is able to perform alongside a diverse range of artists ranging from rap, rock and reggae to jam band and EDM.
With the latest release of “Ritual Mystik,” Zion I continues to find a balance between left-of-center and relevance.
For more information and tickets, visit agaveavon.com.
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