Music Pamnation's throwing an after party with Hollis Brown and you're invited!

The annual Pleasantville Music Festival is happening July 14th and Pamnation is throwing the official after party right up the road at Lucy's Hollis Brown, a PMF favorite alum, will be running the show starting with their own set and then will be joined by special guests throughout the night. The music starts at 9:30 and is FREE!  (yes, free!). We will keep the party going and the festival vibe intact so come on out and join us. 

PAMNATION presents one incredibly special evening featuring Stop Light Observations with Late Night Episode and Rare Creatures at Garcia's in Port Chester, NY.

Pamnation is proud to present these three exceptional bands on one special jam filled night at Garcia's in Port Chester, NY.


Stop Light Observations is Charleston, South Carolina’s revolutionary band whose rapidly increasing fan base has found them breaking the record for most consecutive sellouts at The Music Farm and landing coveted slots at Bonnaroo and Firefly Music Festival. Listen to Aquarius Apocalyptic, Vanderlight, Security, Dinosaur Bones and Coyote to understand why we are so excited to see them live!  And make sure you say hey to Lou Dog, guaranteed to be found on stage with them.


Late Night Episode was formed in New York City’s East Village neighborhood by lead singer Daniel Lonner and guitarist Eric Sherman. Brett Daniel (drums) and Giovanni Stockton-Rossini (bass) would later join to complete the band’s line-up. Soon after they produced and released two singles “Swim” (1M+ streams) and acoustic demo “Lost in Cali” (600k). Praised by Billboard for their signature version of "rowdy rock," Late NightEpisode is just starting to prove their ability to attract audiences from all genres. In fact, Late Night Episode also executive produced Topaz Jones' critically acclaimed soul-funk record, Arcade. Oh,and they have roots in Westchester County!

Formed initially as an experiment in diverse songwriting, Rare Creatures has grown into a full on rock spectacle. Their sound navigates between heavy synth rock and melodic acoustic rhythms seamlessly from song to song, switching it up around every corner. Influenced by bands from Alt-J to King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, with some ethnic spices sprinkled in for good measure. The group is fronted by Coleman Sawyer on vocals and guitar, with Hugh Camp on bass and synthesizer, Keller James and Aaron Reece sharing guitar duties, and Logan Crank banging the drums. Their 15-song debut album is in production and will be released in the summer of 2018.

Tickets are $10/advance or $15/door.