Cypress Hill

Fri Apr 23 2021

4:20 PM Doors

Marquee Theatre

730 N Mill Ave Tempe, AZ 85281

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Ages 13+

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RESCHEDULED
Due to current health concerns, Cypress Hill has postponed their shoe at the Marquee until April 23rd.

Tickets purchased for April 18th and August 16th will be honored on the new date of April 23rd.  

__________________________

COID-19 PPE
A mask, gloves, and 1oz bottle of hand sanitizer is 
Included in ticket price. 

-------------------------------------------

Cypress Hill - Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade***
Package includes:

- Early entry into the venue
- Limited Edition Cypress Hill Haunted Hill bong (exclusive to VIP package only!)
- Cypress Hill rolling try
- Cypress Hill grinder
- Cypress Hill lighter
- Commemorative Haunted Hill VIP laminate
- Limited availability

***UPGRADE DOES NOT INCLUDE A TICKET.  
TICKET TO THE CONCERT MUST BE PURCHASED SEPERATELY.  

______________________________

THIS SHOW IS GENERAL ADMISSION. NO SEATS ON THE MAIN FLOOR. STANDING ROOM ONLY. LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE IN BALCONY.  BALCONY IS FOR PATRONS 21 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER WITH PROPER ID.  BALCONY SEAT TICKET MUST BE PURCHASED FOR SEATING.

NO REFUNDS/ EXCHANGES UNLESS HEADLINER CANCELS.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE SUBJECT TO SERVICE FEES.

PARKING IN THE MARQUEE LOTS IS AN ADDITIONAL $10.00 PER SPACE USED. CASH ONLY AND PAID TO THE PARKING ATTENDANTS NIGHT OF THE EVENT

Lucky Man / Item 9 Labs presents
Cypress Hill

  • Cypress Hill

    Cypress Hill

    Urban

    Revolution brews on the fringe. Once sown, those seeds quietly sproutover time until they overtake everything in their path...Three decades before the Latin hip-hop explosion of 2018, B-Real, Sen Dog, and DJ Muggsof Cypress Hill sparked a trip that left popular culturestoned, stunned,and staggering in anticipation for more. In 1988, Sen Dog, B-Real, and DJMuggs certainly didn’t look like any other hip-hop collective, sound like anything on the radio, or smoke like any homie, headbanger, hesher, or hippie. Instead, theyrolled up intense rhymes, hard rock attitude, smoked-out psychedelic production, and Latin swagger into a one-of-a-kind strain on thelegendarydouble-platinum Cypress Hillin 1991. Not to mention, they made history as “the first Latino American hip-hop recording group to go platinum.”Next up, 1993’s Black Sundaybowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, earned a triple-platinum certification,garnered three GRAMMY®Award nominations,and became “the highest Soundscanrecording for a rap group at the time.”The platinum Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boomfollowed in 1995 as 1998’s Cypress Hill IVwent gold.In 2000, they merged heavy metal and hip-hop like no other on the platinum Skull & Boneswithiconicassists from the likes of Eminem, Deftones, and more. Stoned Raiders [2000] and Til Death Do Us Part [2004] emerged on its heels, while Rise Up[2010] scored a Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top 200. Along the way, they sold over 20 million albums, packed venues around the globe, and embedded themselves in pop cultureasimmortalized by a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019and getting animated for an episode of The Simpsons. They would also be sampled by everyone from JAY-Z and Black Eyed Peas to A$AP Rocky and Vic Mensa with Chance the Rapper.Among countless hits, VH1 dubbed “Insane in the Brain” one of the “100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.” Also, who could forget the trailer for Denzel Washington’s Academy®Award-winning turn in Training Daysoundtracked by “Rock Superstar?” It would also certainly be fair to saythebilingual “Latin Lingo” broke down doors for “Bodak Yellow” and “Despacito.” Additionally, the guys waved the flag for legalization and cannabis culture from the onset of their career and via the highly successful Smokeout Festival brand.However, some things don’t change, and Cypress keep forging ahead. That brings us to the group’s ninthfull-length studio album, Elephants On Acid. Comprised of a 21-track-interlude mix, thisopus plays out like a rap odyssey around the world, through other dimensions, and back to the hood. For as far as the vision stretches, the union of B-Real, Sen Dog, and Muggs felt familiar in the best way possible...“Anything can happen when Muggs, B-Real, and myselfget together to record,” affirms Sen Dog. “We were kids when we first got together. We’ve grown up as mennow, but the chemistry isstill the same. I can only describe it as the electric feelingwhen we first started and didn’t have a record deal or anything—we just knew there was something between the three of us. Elephants On Acidwas that. You have to listen to this as one piece of artwork. The last time I felt that way was Black Sunday. When we first came out in the nineties, we sounded like nobody else; we sounded like ourselves. This is another continuation.”Quite fittingly, the album came together in the trippiest manner immaginable. Muggs commenced collating possible ideas for a new record as early as 2013. After dreaming of an out-of-body experience as a man with an elephant head, the vision percolated for the producer. At the same time, he crafted
     
    beats around the world, recording in Egypt between spending time alone in King Solomon’s Tomb, making beats in Jordan after floating in the Dead Sea, and experiencing Joshua Treewith third eye wide open.“I never have gone to that many places to make a record,” says Muggs. “It was about the vibrations of these locales. That ancient energy stillexists. I was open to it and absorbed it. I’ve made so many records in L.A. that I needed a different energy, adventure, and source of inspiration. When people listen to this, I wanted them to feel like they were on hallucinogenicswithout being on hallucinogenics. The title came from my dream. I wanted to make a futuristic record that could’ve come out twenty years ago or twenty years from now.At the same time, I aimed to preserve that original Cypress feel. I envisioned a psychedelic rock record as madeby Cypress Hill. So, I brought all of those experiences into one space and bam!”“The album is both a trip back to the roots and an escape into a completely new world,” adds B-Real.Sen smiles, “We’ve always been big fans of classic rock like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and The Grateful Dead. Our goal was to be like the hip-hop version of those groups.”Mission accomplished on Elephants on Acid. The first single “Crazy” hinges on a woozy waltz that bubbles underneath rhyme fireworks from B-Real and Sen Dog as well as an intoxicatingly irresistible hook courtesy of Brevi—Muggs’ collaborator in Cross My Heart Hope To Die. Cooked up in Egypt andJoshua Tree, Muggs channeledmusicalinsanity in the most wonderful way possible.“I think everybody goes fucking crazy a few times in their lives,” he goes on. “I wanted it to feel like a trip.”“It describes the whole journey we’ve been on for the last thirty years, since we decided to chase our dreams,” adds Sen Dog. “It’s been a crazy ride. We’ve hit highs. We’ve hit lows. It’s an insane life!”Following the tribal intro “Tusko,” the album ramps up on the Middle Eastern-tinged and hashish-ed out “Band of Gypsies”—which sees the MCs lock into a lyrical crossfire over live instrumentation from Egyptian street musicians.“It really describes us, how we grew up in L.A., and how we didn’t fit in,” continues Sen Dog. “We were our own clan like a bunch of gypsies. We were stoners when everyone else was gangster rap. To a certain extent, I feel like we’re the outsidersof this whole hip-hop game. Gypsies are guys living on their own and doing everything together. They don’t need any support from the outside world. We’re a bunch of Gypsies. It’s the whole Cypress outlook.”“Muggs Is Dead” unfolds like rap’s equivalent ofthe Magical Mystery Tour,whilethe near six-minutefinale “Stairway To Heaven”might just be the most epic piece in the group’s catalog. Unsurprisingly, “It took on a life of its own,”as Muggs put it.Sen Dog recalls, “Muggs would be watching videos of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin on YouTube. We got that feel when B-Real said the title.”“It’s Muggs’s talent to find sounds that can take on these big questions—and aren’t like anything else in the world,” continues B-Real.
     
    Longtime percussionist Eric “Bobo” Correa contributes drums to “Locos” and remains a key force in the touring lineup. The legendary Mix Master Mike will also join the group on tour—both he and “Bobo” notably logged separate stints with Beastie Boys and now will be with Cypress.In the end, Elephants on Acidrepresents all things Cypress through and through.“Everybody is going to get something different out of it,” Muggs concludes. “The recordreallycomes from a subconscious magical place, because it isn’t literal. It’s not just a record; it’s a spiritual journey.”“When you hear this, I hope you’re inspired not to follow any trends or conform,” Sen Dog leaves off. “That’s our philosophy. Cypress is my life. It’s given me the opportunity to buy my mom a house, send my kids to school, survive, and make a living off being a musician. I’m super proud of our legacy. It’s us and it’s no one else. When you get to the end of the album, you’re going to feel it’s a real experience by Cypress Hill—in my opinion one of theultimate hip-hop bands of all-time.”—Rick Florino, July 2018 SHORT BIOThree decades ago, B-Real, Sen Dog, and DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill sparked a trip that left popular culture stoned, stunned, and staggering in anticipation for more. In 1988, the triocertainly didn’t look like any other hip-hop collective, sound like anything on the radio, or smoke like any homie, headbanger,hasher,or hippie. Instead, they rolled up intense rhymes, hard rock attitude, smoked-out psychedelic production, and Latin swagger into a one-of-a-kind strain on the legendary double-platinum Cypress Hillin 1991. Not to mention, they made history as “the first Latino American hip-hop recording group to go platinum.”Next up, 1993’s Black Sundaybowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, earned a triple-platinum certification, garnered three GRAMMY®Award nominations, and became “the highest Soundscan recording for a rap group at the time.”The platinum Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boomfollowed in 1995 as 1998’s Cypress Hill IVwent gold. In 2000,they merged heavy metal and hip-hop like no other on the platinum Skull & Boneswithiconicassists from the likes of Eminem, Deftones, and more. Stoned Raiders [2000] and Til Death Do Us Part [2004] emerged on its heels, while Rise Up[2010] scored a Top10 debut on the Billboard Top 200. Along the way, they sold over 20 million albums, packed venues around the globe, and embedded themselves in pop cultureasimmortalized by a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019and getting animated for an episode of The Simpsons. They would also be sampled by everyone from JAY-Z and Black Eyed Peas to A$AP Rocky and Vic Mensa with Chance the Rapper.Among countless hits, VH1 dubbed “Insane in the Brain” one of the “100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.” Also, who could forget the trailer for Denzel Washington’s Academy®Award-winning turn in Training Daysoundtracked by “Rock Superstar?” It would also certainly be fair to saythe bilingual“Latin Lingo” broke down doors for “Bodak Yellow” and “Despacito.” Additionally, the guys waved the flag for legalization and cannabis culture from the onset of their career and via the highly successful Smokeout Festival brand.However, some things don’t change, and Cypress keep forging ahead. That brings us to the group’s ninth full-length studio album, Elephants On Acid. Comprised of a 21-track-interlude mix, this opusplays out like a rap odyssey around the world, through other dimensions, and back to the hood. For as far as thevision stretches, the union of B-Real, Sen Dog, and Muggs felt familiar in the best way possible.Muggs commenced collating possible ideas for a new record as early as 2013. After dreaming of an out-of-body experience as a man with an elephant head, the vision percolated for the producer. At the same time, he crafted beats around the world, recording in Egypt between spending time alone in King Solomon’s Tomb, making beats in Jordan after floating in the Dead Sea, and experiencing Joshua Tree with third eye wide open. Bringing these ideas back home, B-Real and Sen Dog added their respective truths via one hard-hitting verse after another on tracks like the single “Crazy,” “Band of Gypsies,” “Stairway to Heaven,” and more.Longtime percussionist Eric “Bobo” Correa contributes drums to “Locos” and remains a key force in the touring lineup. The legendary Mix Master Mike will also join the group on tour—both he and “Bobo” notably logged separate stints with Beastie Boys and now will be with Cypress.In the end, Elephants on Acidrepresents all things Cypress through and through.—Rick Florino, July 2018
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limit 6 per person
General Admission - Floor

Standing room only

$45.00
Balcony GA Seat (21+)

Balcony section is 21+. Must have valid ID

$78.00
Balcony GA Stand (21+)

Balcony section is 21+. Must have valid ID.

$68.00
Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade

Cypress Hill - Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade DOES NOT INCLUDE A TICKET TO CONCERT

$99.00

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This event is 13 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 13 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

The maximum number of tickets per purchase for each event is the maximum number permitted per customer purchase. Your name, credit card, address, and email address will be verified. Lucky Man Concerts/The Marquee reserve the right to cancel any orders in excess of the stated ticket limit.

Any tickets suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be cancelled at the discretion of Lucky Man Concerts/The Marquee.
Lucky Man / Item 9 Labs presents

Cypress Hill

Fri Apr 23 2021 4:20 PM Doors

Marquee Theatre Tempe AZ
Cypress Hill

. Ages 13+

RESCHEDULED
Due to current health concerns, Cypress Hill has postponed their shoe at the Marquee until April 23rd.

Tickets purchased for April 18th and August 16th will be honored on the new date of April 23rd.  

__________________________

COID-19 PPE
A mask, gloves, and 1oz bottle of hand sanitizer is 
Included in ticket price. 

-------------------------------------------

Cypress Hill - Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade***
Package includes:

- Early entry into the venue
- Limited Edition Cypress Hill Haunted Hill bong (exclusive to VIP package only!)
- Cypress Hill rolling try
- Cypress Hill grinder
- Cypress Hill lighter
- Commemorative Haunted Hill VIP laminate
- Limited availability

***UPGRADE DOES NOT INCLUDE A TICKET.  
TICKET TO THE CONCERT MUST BE PURCHASED SEPERATELY.  

______________________________

THIS SHOW IS GENERAL ADMISSION. NO SEATS ON THE MAIN FLOOR. STANDING ROOM ONLY. LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE IN BALCONY.  BALCONY IS FOR PATRONS 21 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER WITH PROPER ID.  BALCONY SEAT TICKET MUST BE PURCHASED FOR SEATING.

NO REFUNDS/ EXCHANGES UNLESS HEADLINER CANCELS.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE SUBJECT TO SERVICE FEES.

PARKING IN THE MARQUEE LOTS IS AN ADDITIONAL $10.00 PER SPACE USED. CASH ONLY AND PAID TO THE PARKING ATTENDANTS NIGHT OF THE EVENT

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 13+
limit 6 per person
General Admission - Floor
Standing room only
$45.00
Balcony GA Seat (21+)
Balcony section is 21+. Must have valid ID
$78.00
Balcony GA Stand (21+)
Balcony section is 21+. Must have valid ID.
$68.00
Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade
Cypress Hill - Haunted Hill VIP Upgrade DOES NOT INCLUDE A TICKET TO CONCERT
$99.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 13 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 13 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. The maximum number of tickets per purchase for each event is the maximum number permitted per customer purchase. Your name, credit card, address, and email address will be verified. Lucky Man Concerts/The Marquee reserve the right to cancel any orders in excess of the stated ticket limit.

Any tickets suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be cancelled at the discretion of Lucky Man Concerts/The Marquee.