Show Canceled; Landon McNamara Sept. 29, 2023 at Mateel Community Center

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Due to a back injury Landon McNamara has canceled his West Coast tour.

Landon McNamara’s sound is a soulful blend of reggae, rock n’ roll and blues, interpreted through his signature rasp and upbringing on the iconic North Shore of Oahu. His debut album, “A Dollar Short & A Minute Late” launched to #1 on the iTunes and Billboard Reggae Album charts, a rare feat for a newcomer on the scene. His second album, “Still Kickin” followed suit, debuting at #1 and proving any remaining naysayers wrong. He hit the road soon after, supporting Island Empire labelmates Common Kings on a sold-out West Coast tour.

Landon was born and raised in the storied epicenter of big wave surfing, Oahu’s North Shore. His family’s history in surfing reaches back generations and is stacked with World Records, contest winners and unbreakable legacies. Landon himself has surfed in the prestigious Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational, a legendary competition honoring the memory of the fearless North Shore icon, Eddie Aikau. Similar to how he approaches surfing, Landon is all-in when it comes to his music. He offers a glimpse into what many dream and few achieve, bringing him into the spotlight as the next wave of iconic Hawaiian musicians.

Chukuboy, The Wide Eyed Kids, and F.YA.H. will be opening up the show.

Tickets will be available at Wildberries in Arcata, Redway Liquors, and High Tide in Garberville or online at https://www.mateel.org

All ages

Doors 7pm

Tickets $30 in advance

12 & under free

Food & full bar for 21 & over to benefit the Mateel