Preview: The Pharcyde and Masta Ace are headed to Denver

Few artists or groups can claim more longevity than Los Angeles innovators The Pharcyde. Sweeping the globe with their massive hit “Passing Me By” in 1992, the group rose to legendary status where they’ve now remained for decades. Their sophomore album Labcabincalifornia is revered as a classic by fans and critics alike, displaying creativity and originality seldom achieved in hip hop. After years of separation due to personal grievences, the group has reconciled, and Slimkid Tre, Fatlip, and Imani are back together and once again on the road. They are slated to take stage at Denver’s historic Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in the heart of the city’s 5 Points neighborhood on August 10th. Joined by New York legend Masta Ace, who’s had his own impressive run, this is not a show any real head should miss. Look out for our ticket giveaway coming soon, but if you’re smart, get tickets here while they’re still available, and we’ll see you there!



  • Photos: The Roots Picnic In Philadelphia

  • Mount Kimbie Brings incredible musicianship to Meow Wolf Denver

  • *Sponsored* Grow your fanbase quickly with Musicvertising

  • Legacy Record Label Kingdom Records/ Chicago Creed Reflects On 20 Years in Music Led By An All Women Executive Team

  • Photos: The Pharcyde and Souls of Mischief bring a night of classic hip hop to Cervantes Denver