Kesey Square  |  5:30-7:30pm, during the July First Friday ArtWalk | FREE!

Lane Arts Council is bringing Power of Tower to Kesey Square for a funk rock concert 5:30-7:30pm during the July 6th First Friday ArtWalk.

Part of Lane Arts Council and the City of Eugene’s initiatives to activate the downtown center, this high-energy concert invites all ages to enjoy a uniquely accessible and community-centric music experience.

“Live music is an incredibly powerful way to bring the community together. Lane Arts Council is thrilled to present a free funk concert and dance party in Kesey Square to energize our downtown experience,” shares Liora Sponko, Lane Arts Council Executive Director.

“I love being part of Eugene’s dynamic music community,” says Tim McLaughlin, local musician and member of Power of Tower. “Participating in community events, like the ArtWalk, places a well-deserved spotlight on our local talent.”

This event is supported by City of Eugene Cultural Services through a grant from the Downtown Program Fund.

About Power of Tower

Power of Tower is Eugene’s new Tower of Power tribute band celebrating East Bay funk. This collaboration draws from some of the Pacific Northwest’s heaviest funk musicians to bring a tornado of sound. A five-piece horn section, 3 lead vocalists, and super groovin’ rhythm section will make you wanna funkifize! They will be opening with music by The Meters.

Recent Bay Area transplant and bassist, Johhny G (who had the pleasure of actually playing with Tower of Power) joined forces with Tim McLaughlin (Eugene-based funk/jazz/rock musician) to find likeminded Eugene musicians to start a Tower of Power tribute band. In 2017, the band formed after a long search for just the right players. The Power of Tower’s first two shows were at the WOW Hall in Eugene and the Doug Fir in Portland, and the immediately earned devoted fans. Now every show continues to build on that momentum as they bring this soul vaccination down to the nightclub!