Alternative hip-hop act The Pharcyde will play Stable Hall Thursday, Aug. 15

The lineup will include three of the four members featured on the group's groundbreaking Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde album.

The Pharcyde performs a show in Vienna, Austria. - Wikimedia Commons / Manfred Werner
Wikimedia Commons / Manfred Werner
The Pharcyde performs a show in Vienna, Austria.
Acclaimed hip-hop group The Pharcyde will perform Thursday, Aug. 15, at San Antonio's Stable Hall.

Formed in Los Angeles in 1989, the group's original members included Imani, SlimKid3, Bootie Brown and Fatlip. All original members, aside from Bootie Brown, will take the stage at Stable Hall.

The Pharcyde is best known for laying down contemplative lyrics over boom-bap beats on the singles "Runnin'," "Passin' Me By" and "Drop." The group's debut album Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde is often hailed as one of the best hip-hop releases of all time.

Brought together initially as a collective of dancers and choreographers, The Pharcyde gained exposure via music videos and the show In Living Color. The members' short stint on the revolutionary comedy program connected them with their future manager and helped jumpstart their musical careers.

Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, July 12, at the Stable Hall website. Early access presale deals will be available Wednesday for Stable Hall members and Thursday for subscribers to the venue's email list.

$35 (advance) and $38 (door), 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, Stable Hall, 307 Pearl Parkway,


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