Cuthbert Amphitheater -- Eugene

Transition Festival

Transition Festival

Friday, September 22 featuring Kaskade, Vanic, Mt Eden, Eddie Pitzul, & Phocus
Saturday, September 23 featuring Zeds Dead, Nghtmre, Ghastly, Habstrakt, GG Magree, & Kid Froopy

Global Dub Festival

Global Dub Fest

Attention head bangers: It's time to loosen up your necks and head back to Cuthbert Amphitheater for our second installment of Global Dub Festival in the Pacific Northwest presented by Red Cube and Crowdsurf. Last August, we introduced thousands of bass music lovers to the signature energy and sounds of this treasured event, and the anticipation for this year's gathering has taken off since. Rally up your squad and count down the days.. This one is not to be missed!

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Michael Franti & Spearhead

In creating their ninth studio album SOULROCKER, Michael Franti & Spearhead introduced a new sensibility to their potent hybrid of hip-hop, rock, folk, and reggae: a gracefully arranged take on electronic music that more than fulfills the band’s mission of making impassioned music you can dance to. Along with harnessing the Bay Area-based band’s dynamic energy for a more powerful impact than ever before, SOULROCKER again shows Franti’s singular ability to channel frustration into music that’s both thought-provoking and triumphantly hopeful.

Gipsy Kings

Gipsy Kings

The Gipsy Kings are largely responsible for bringing the joyful sounds of progressive pop-oriented flamenco to the world. The band started out in Arles, a village in southern France, during the '70s when brothers Nicolas and Andre Reyes, the sons of renowned flamenco artist Jose Reyes, teamed up with their cousins Jacques, Maurice, and Tonino Baliardo, whose father is Manitas de Plata. They originally called themselves Los Reyes and started out as a Gypsy band traveling about playing weddings, festivals, and in the streets.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats practically explodes with deep, primal and ecstatic soulfulness. This stunning work isn’t just soul stirring, it’s also soul baring, and the combination is absolutely devastating to behold. You don’t just listen to this record—you experience it. So it’s entirely fitting that the self-titled album will bear the iconic logo of Stax Records, because at certain moments Rateliff seems to be channeling soul greats like Otis Redding and Sam & Dave.