Lucid Dream Labs Productions presents Mark Farina at Arcata Theater in Arcata, CA on Thursday, October 10, 2013.
Shortly after Mark befriended Derrick Carter in 1988 at a record store in Chicago, his passion for House music, and sharing it with the world, exploded. Mark experimented with a deeper style, dropping De La Soul, disco classics and other stuff that wasn’t being played in the main rooms of nightclubs. While exploring his love for the purist forms of House Music, Mark developed his trademark style: Mushroom Jazz; acid jazz infused with the West Coast’s jazzy, organic productions along with urban beats.
The Arcata Theatre Lounge is a 1938 Art Deco Cinema that has been reborn as an entertainment venue offering the best in live music, movies, dining and dancing. ATL is a beautiful venue yet casual, fun, social and unique in its array of entertainment. At the ATL you can enjoy live music, films and other events while delighting in our full bar and menu which are open for every event.
For music events the ATL transforms into a concert hall with plenty of room to dance and still be aable to see your favorite artist up on the stage. Many of our music events are 21 and up, however we do occasionally have all ages music shows. Shows typically start around 9 p.m. and and end between 12:00 and 1:30 a.m. Pricing for these shows varies depending on the artist and can range from $6 to $40. In the past we have held shows for Bassnectar, Glitch Mob, Shpongle, Freak Nasty, Ghostface Killah, Immortal Technique, Anthony B, Alborosie, Jr. Reid, Rhythm Devils, Bruce Cockburn and Zepparella.
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About Mark Farina
Shortly after Mark befriended Derrick Carter in 1988 at a record store in Chicago, his passion for House music, and sharing it with the world, exploded. Mark experimented with a deeper style, dropping De La Soul, disco classics and other stuff that wasn’t being played … Read More