Boulder Weekly Presents


Shark Fin Soup, Nobide

Wed Apr 26

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is all ages

Ages 15+ without a parent

All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable following purchase

Listed price does not include tax and service charge

Price is the same online, over the phone, or in the Box Office.


Na'an Stop
Na'an Stop

It's a commitment to living life 100%. This means acting on your own terms, in your own way, and taking whatever you’re doing to the next level. Take those ideals and roll them into a big, fat, handsome band and you have the group that is Na’an Stop [1,2]. [1] Pronounced “non-stop” [2] Not an endorsement for Indian bread

Na’an Stop is five friends from Boulder, CO that keep it real. We can talk about all the incredible shows we’ve played; or the blend of sounds we create from influences that span reggae, rock, hip-hop, dub and ska. We could also dive into a longwinded story of our creation and subsequent success. How original…

The truth is, we simply love playing music.
Shark Fin Soup
Shark Fin Soup
Shark Fin Soup is an alternative/indie rock band based in Boulder, Colorado. Formed in 2013 by schoolmates, the current lineup consists of Michael O’Hearne (Guitar, Sax, Vocals), Aidan Clark (Drums), Guy Margalit (Guitar, Piano, Vocals), and Trevor Aweida (Bass). The four-piece outfit combines the individual styles of each member, while consistently bringing a different yet united feel to each performance. The resulting palette contains classic rock sounds, thumping funk, and low-fi psychedelia. Currently the band is working on a new album to be released in May 2017, with the lead single “Electric Kool-Aid” scheduled for release in Spring 2017.
Nobide is the musical project of up-and-coming producer Nick Vann. Born in Boulder, Colorado, Nick was exposed to and nurtured by a dense and diverse musical scene. The innovations he witnessed growing up gave way to a deep respect for the artistic process and the beauty brought about by live musical production. Now, after 21 years of being part of the crowd, Nick is taking his place within the very scene he was raised.

By incorporating traditional instruments and modern production, Nobide works to fuse jam-band with bangin’ beats, jazz with electronica, and funk with psychedelia, all to foster a genre of his very own, which Vann likes to call “Psychedelic Breakbeats.” Nick’s aim is to refresh and redefine the standard producer archetypes that have come to be accepted in the scene today, and turn his focus to stretching the boundaries of live improvisation, audience participation, and spontaneous musical creation.
Venue Information:
Fox Theatre
1135 13th St
Boulder, CO, 80302