This Friday, April 8th: Enjoy A Night of Music, Dancing & Fun With Madaila At The Champlain Valley Exposition!
If you’re looking for an excuse to dance the night away with one of Burlington, Vermont’s biggest bands, then look no further! This Friday, April 8th, head to the Champlain Valley Exposition for Madaila: The Fair! If you haven’t heard of Madaila before, then you are in for a real treat. The Burlington based band features five members that come together to play upbeat, pop and dance rock music that makes you want to move and groove all night long. So get your dancin’ shoes, and get ready to party!
This night will also feature some other great talents, including special guests: Superhuman Happiness, Billy Dean & The Honor Roll and selections by Disco Phantom. Brought to you by Nectar’s Presents, The Fair will be held in an awesome indoor space at the one and only Champlain Valley Exposition! Don’t have your tickets yet? Click here to purchase them now! As an added bonus to this event, there will be round-trip transportation available from Nectar’s as well. Yes, you heard that right, you can catch a ride on the Unified Back Berner bus, that allows you to sip on several Citizen Ciders and Otter Creek Brewing ales that will take you directly to the fair!
The Unified Back Berner Bus ticket is good for a bus ride to the Champlain Valley Expo for the Madaila: The Fair concert! Busses will leave from Nectar’s (188 Main Street) at 6:45pm SHARP and will bring all passengers back to downtown Burlington once the show is over. Interested in reserving your seat? Purchase your $7 ticket here, so you’re guaranteed a seat. Please note that this is an 18+ show and the doors will open at 7pm. The show will begin at 7:30pm
We hope that you can join in on the action this Friday at the Fair and enjoy the sounds of one of BTV’s hottest bands! So what are you waiting for, get your tickets and have some fun!
Pop juggernaut Madaila’s debut record, “The Dance”, is upbeat, synth-heavy, and catchy. Vocal skill and range are immediately apparent. But in the tradition of Prince and more recently Frank Ocean, there is an ornateness and occasional darkness to this pop music that exposes Madaila’s complexity and musicianship. Tight arrangements and multi-instrumental performances showcase musical minds at work. Tight spandex and technicolor attire showcase a different side. When playing live, both powerful and playful elements of Madaila are present as the five-piece finds the deeper possibilities within their concise recorded material. On stage, spontaneous expression and contagious melody coexist.