This coming Thursday, September 2nd, Long Beach, California’s venue Que Sera will host a few local artists/bands like Kat Hall and No Application Fee. Kat Hall will be sharing the stage with a solid mix of musicians, including Dokkodo and Taraguamala.
After some COVID restrictions were lifted earlier this year, we are lucky to have live music like this make a return to venues like Que Sera. Come enjoy the return of live music and support these local acts.
Reggae Artist Kat Hall
Rising Cali reggae artist Kat Hall currently resides in Long Beach but is originally from Florida. This is where she discovered reggae music from her brother. This led the singer-songwriter to make mainly pop-reggae music. With its fusion with funk, rock, and R&B, Kat Hall decorates her music with agile vocal lines, solid mixing, and conscious lyrics. She has been gaining success while she’s finding her identity in the California reggae music scene.
The proof is in the people she works with. Not only does she work with bands like Arise Roots and Fortunate Youth, but she also works with and sings back-up vocals for reggae artist and producer E.N. Young. Furthermore, she has had members of San Diego’s Tribal Seeds on her song “Never Separated” last year. Even during COVID, she did a socially distanced Halloween concert in Joshua Tree. Additionally, she did a show in Mexico with Los Angeles-based reggae band Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds this past April.
A Night At Long Beach’s Que Sera
Que Sera is a 21+ venue that hosts some of the best underground music in Long Beach, California. This respected LB venue also has an array of club nights. This includes their Fight Club LBC nights every first Friday of the month and their Bump N’ Grind Dance Party every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.
We’re excited to hang out with our friends from No Application Fee and highly recommend you check them out on Spotify and in person at the show too. Come hang with Respect My Region and friends starting at 9pm.