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New York based funk band LETTUCE will perform at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall with guest Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio on Saturday, January 5, 2020.

LETTUCE is: (a) the prime ingredient in a salad, (b) a slang for cash, (c) a green herb that can be smoked, (d) a genre-busting six-member funk/jazz/soul/jam/psychedelic/hip-hop/avant-garde/experimental collective formed in 1992 by four alumni of the prestigious Berklee College Of Music, or (e) all of the above.  If you answered “e”, then you’re on to the ever-changing musical palette and all-inclusive goals of LETTUCE’s sixth studio album, “Elevate” and its’ ongoing re-interpretation of the band’s name as “Let Us”.

In their earliest days as students, they would roam the cities of the Northeast, and implore others to “Let Us play”.  Starting with their 2002 debut album, the phrase has been affixed to their first four albums, as in “(Let Us) Outta Here” (2002), “(Let Us) Rage!” (2008), “(Let Us) Fly!” (2012) and “(Let Us) Crush” (2015).

“Elevate” (2019) is the band’s first studio album since 2016’s “Mt. Crushmore” and the follow-up to its 2017 live effort, “Witches Stew”.  “Elevate” shows LETTUCE touching on its past while moving full force into the future. The band explores its funk roots in the Tower of Power like punch of “Ready to Live”, the Prince-like swagger of “Royal Highness”, and the OG blues-soul of “Love Is Too Strong”, while expanded trip-hopsounds of the space age audio-scapes like “Trapezoid”, “Gang 10”, and “Purple Cabbage” show the influence of sax player Ryan Zoidis’ Korg X-911 synths and Nigel Hall’s Rhodes keyboards.

Doors 6:00pm / Show 7:00pm

$39.00 – General Admission Advanced
$41.00 – General Admission Day of Show

Visit the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall website for additional information and to purchase your tickets. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Concert Hall and the St. Augustine Amphitheatre box offices.


January 5, 2020
7:00 pm
$39. – $41.
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Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
1050 A1A North
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 United States
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