Khruangbin Announce Two Nights at KettleHouse Amphitheater in 2024

Houston-based psychedelic groove trio, Khruangbin, will bring their A La Sala Tour to KettleHouse Amphitheater in Bonner for two shows on August 21st and August 22nd. They’ll be joined by Delhi-based psych rock band Peter Cat Recording Co.

Comprised of Laura Lee (bass), Mark Speer (guitar), and Donald Ray “DJ” Johnson (drums), Khruangbin create an intoxicating blend of psych and surf rock, dub, soul and funk. Listen to a couple of their top tracks like “People Everywhere (Still Alive)” and “So We Won’t Forget” for a quick taste of their style.

Khruangbin are set to release their new studio album A La Sala on April 5th. They recently teased the LP with the single “A Love International.”

In 2022, Khruangbin played to a sold out crowd at the Amphitheater and delivered one of the most memorable shows of the summer (photos). It even included a mid-show celestial sighting that was quite the cherry on top of an already perfect evening. Bringing them back to the Blackfoot for two nights is a dream come true.

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience their mesmerizing live performance — get your tickets soon!

Tickets/Event Details

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, February 2nd at 10:00AM at The Top Hat box office, The ELM box office, online, or by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000. General Admission standing pit tickets, reserved stadium seating tickets, and general admission lawn tickets are available. Shuttle and parking tickets for this event will also be available for advance purchase soon. All ages are welcome.

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About Khruangbin

“‘A La Sala,’ I used to scream it around my house when I was a little girl, to get everybody in the living room; to get my family together. That’s kind of what recording the new album felt like. Emotionally there was a desire to get back to square-one between the three of us, to where we came from–in sonics and in feeling. Let’s get back there.” – Laura Lee Ochoa

The title makes it clear. A La Sala (“To the Room” in Spanish), the fourth studio album by Khruangbin, is an exercise in returning in order to go further, and do so on your own terms. It extends the air of mystery and sanctity that’s key to how bassist Laura Lee Ochoa, drummer Donald “DJ” Johnson, Jr. and guitarist Mark “Marko” Speer approach music. Yet if 2020’s Mordechai, the last studio album Khruangbin made without collaborators, was a party record whose ensuing post-lockdown tour enhanced the band’s musical reputation far and wide, A La Sala is the measured morning after. It’s a gorgeously airy album made only in the company of the group’s longtime engineer Steve Christensen, with minimal overdubs. It is a porthole onto the bounties powering Khruangbin’s vision, a reimagining and refueling for the long haul ahead. A La Sala scales Khruangbin down to scale up, a creative strategy with the future in mind. Continue reading…