​Tres Legados Festival Announced For December! Featuring King Klick, Hed P.E., Dropout Kings, Fishbone, & More!

Three iconic Southern California music institutions join forces to celebrate three-anniversary milestones. 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of Sublime’s self-titled platinum-selling release, SRH Productions and Clothing are also celebrating 30 years of influential clothing lines,  and the legendary San Diego, California SOMA venue is even marking 35-years of holding kick-ass shows! All three music entities have been highly influential in the Southern California music scene. In honor of all these special anniversaries, the Tres Legados music festival officially goes down on December 3rd at SOMA in San Diego, California. It will feature performances by Long Beach Dub Allstars, Fishbone, (Hed) P.E, Scott Russo of Unwritten Law, Sprung Monkey, King Klick, LAW, Perro Bravo, and Dropout Kings.

TICKETS ARE ON SALE THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22ND AT 10AM AT THIS AUTHENTIC LINK HERE: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/tres-legados-somas-soma-mainstage-tickets/11444195?pl=soma


Official Suburban Noize Records Press Release Regarding Tres Legados: 

Three of Southern California’s musical icons are celebrating anniversaries this year, so they all decided to come together and throw one big party.  The party of the year is going down on December 3rd at SOMA in San Diego, CA and is dubbed “Tres Legados.” The name is fitting, seeing as its translation from Spanish to English reads “Three Legends.” 

The Tres Legados show will feature performances by Long Beach Dub Allstars, Fishbone, (Hed) P.E, Scott Russo of Unwritten Law performing acoustic, Sprung Monkey, King Klick, LAW featuring Jakob Nowell, Perro Bravo, DJ Product, and Dropout Kings. All the band’s on the bill enjoy a common bond with ties to Sublime, SRH Productions, and SOMA San Diego.

On how the event came together, SRH founder Kevin Zinger states, “Oddly enough, Brad Nowell’s wife, Troy and I, are still close and we touched base on Long Beach Dub Allstars. She was planning a party for the Sublime self-titled anniversary and wanted them to play. I was planning an SRH 30-year Anniversary and we just decided to combine them as we have so much history together. We started talking about venues and I reached out to SOMA and found out it was their 35-year anniversary. It just made sense to combine them all. SRH and Sublime have so much history as we all did countless shows together throughout the ’90’s.” 

He continues, “Asking Len from SOMA to host the show in San Diego was a no-brainer, as they have always been very supportive of SRH and we did some rad shows together. It’s cool to look back and think about how much impact SOMA and SRH had on the San Diego music scene and the impact Sublime had on the music scene can never be overstated. Sublime was just one of the few bands who changed everything with their sound. Doing this show with them and SOMA really brings things full-circle and I’m super stoked how naturally it came together. Just old friends talking and next thing you know, the show was finalized.”

SRH, the iconic California-based clothing company, started in the early ‘90s as concert and club promoter’s working with then underground bands like Sublime, Pennywise, Offspring, Incubus etc. The SRH clothing brand was a natural extension of the music, action sports, and counter-culture lifestyle the iconic SRH Spade represented. The brand went on to become one of the top-selling action sports brands. After decades of success, the two partners decided to wind it down for some time and just relaunched the brand full force in 2021 to celebrate its three decades in business.

The world-famous, independently owned, music venue, SOMA, was founded as an all-ages club in 1986 by Len Paul. The venue has an extensive concert history hosting legendary artists and bands including Eddie Vedder, Stone Temple Pilots, No Doubt, Radiohead, Green Day, Tool, Nine Inch Nails, Blink 182, Dom Kennedy, Chance The Rapper, and Billie Elish, amongst others. Many bands on the bill like Sprung Monkey and Unwritten Law point at SOMA and SRH as the platforms they had that helped launch their careers.

SOMA’s Len Paul commented, “Soma, San Diego’s legendary all-ages venue is really excited to be celebrating its 35th anniversary with the people who helped our music scene become what it is today.  SRH celebrating 30-years and Sublime celebrating the 25th anniversary of their self-titled album with the amazing lineup we have will be fantastic. We can’t wait to see our friends at this event, it is going to be unforgettable.”

Sublime’s self-titled album spawned timeless hits like “What I Got,” “Santeria,” and “Wrong Way”. The album would also help to transform the genre and go out to be recognized as one of the greatest albums of the era. Tragically, Sublime singer Bradley Nowell passed away months before the album’s release, but his musical legacy continues to be felt 25 years later.

Troy Dendekker, also known as Mama Troy, is the wife of Bradley Nowell and has helped to carry on Sublime’s musical legacy after his passing. She commented, “To bring everyone together for these milestone anniversaries is going to be an incredible night. Everyone on the bill from the artists to SOMA to our SRH family have a special connection to Sublime, so it’s going to be a big reunion party with family and fans.”

“Its crazy to think how long we have all been at this,” says SRH founder Kevin Zinger in closing. “To celebrate these three entities’ anniversaries together is going to be a special evening. I’m proud of everything that we have done over the last three decades at SRH but those early years with the help of bands like Sublime and venues like SOMA are the most special memories for me personally.”

Troy added “I was born and raised in San Diego and it always been Sublime’s home away from home. And between SOMA and SRH they have both given so many bands a platform to play and launch careers. This will be a great night to celebrate some big anniversaries but also celebrate San Diego as a great music hub and the people behind it.”

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