Katchafire – 2014 Concert Schedule
With groovy basslines, head-bopping drums, and catchy melodies, Katchafire
is currently one of the coolest reggae bands around. Getting their start playing Bob Marley covers, Katchafire has quickly
progressed to creating some of the funkiest reggae tunes in the genre. With popular songs like "Giddy Up," "Frisk Me Down,"
and "Get Away," their music has resonated with fans of roots reggae music all over the world. If you've been wanting to check
out a show by Katchafire, there's no better time than now to beat the crowds and secure your tickets. Fans of Katchafire can
expect to see them perform at venues far and wide, including Honolulu's Waikiki Shell, the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
in New York, Atlanta's Masquerade, Boulder's Fox Theatre, the Pink Garter Theatre in Jackson Hole, Portland's Aladdin Theater,
Jazzbones in Tacoma, Solana Beach's Belly Up Tavern, Ace of Spades in Sacramento, and so many more. This show is sure to be
a blast, and you don't want to miss out on this year's Katchafire tour. Visit StubHub to get your Katchafire concert tickets
before they're all gone, and get ready to enjoy the show!
New Zealand-based reggae band
Katchafire initially started as a Bob Marley tribute band, and they went on to release their first full-length album, "Revival,"
in 2003. "Revival" introduced the vibrant energy of the band's music to fans all over, and the album quickly became popular
not only in New Zealand, but elsewhere as well. The album's song "Giddy Up" became the best-selling single in New Zealand
during the year of its release, and it helped "Revival" achieve double platinum status. Following their debut, Katchafire
released their next album, "Slow Burning," in 2005, which produced singles like "Rude Girl," "Frisk Me Down," and "Hey Girl."
The release of "Slow Burning" continued to build upon the band's reggae sound, bolstering their presence in the genre.
2007, Katchafire had returned to the studio and released their next album, titled "Say What You're Thinking," which reached
the number 5 position on the charts in New Zealand. Aided by singles like "Love Letter," "Working," and the album's title
track, this record marked another successful hit for the band.
Katchafire later released "On The Road Again" and "Best
So Far," both of which landed on the number 3 spot on the New Zealand chart. In addition to their studio album releases, the
band's songs have appeared on various compilation albums throughout the years, including albums like "Conscious Roots," "Off
The Hook 3," and "Simply the Best Reggae Album." Since their inception, Katchafire's music has taken roots reggae fans by
storm, and music listeners all over the world keep coming back for more of their unique, upbeat music.
Early fans of Katchafire were first drawn to the band for their covers of Bob Marley songs, but
the band eventually began to create their own music. Their debut album "Revival" thrust them into the reggae scene, and popular
singles like "Giddy Up," "Who You With," and "Get Away" provided the band with a great start to their music career. Since
they first appeared on the scene, they have since gone on to dazzle fans all over the world with their upbeat, sunny tunes.
After their successful debut album, Katchafire later released a number of well-received albums in the years that followed,
including "Slow Burning," "Say What You're Thinking," "On The Road Again," and "Best So Far." A number of Katchafire's songs
have also been featured on various compilation albums, like "Conscious Roots 4" and "More Nature." The band continues to tour
all over the world, allowing fans far and wide to enjoy their reggae tunes.
Katchafire come up with their band name?
Katchafire's band name is based on the album, "Catch a Fire," which was the
name of an album by the Wailers.
As fans of Katchafire know, their live shows are a must
for any fan of roots reggae music. Katchafire is known to keep the crowd grooving to their funky reggae tunes, and their concerts
are sure to impress new and longtime fans alike. If you've never had the chance to check out a live reggae show, a trip to
see Katchafire live in concert is the perfect way to get started. As the catchy melodies and hypnotic bass lines begin to
blare from the stage, you and your friends can dance all night to some of Katchafire's best songs. Their concerts will keep
you coming back for more, and you can bet that this year's tour is going to be a blast. You don't want to miss your chance
to experience songs like "Giddy Up," "Frisk Me Down," and "Get Away" live in concert. To see one of the coolest roots reggae
bands around, be sure to grab your friends and hit up Katchafire's next show when they head to a venue near your city.