Upcoming Concerts

  • Apr 30
    Sweetwater Music Hall
    Mill Valley, CA
  • May 01
    Private Event
    San Francisco, CA
  • May 26
    Doobie Decibel System @ Bottlerock Music Festival
    Napa, CA
  • May 27
    Doobie Decibel System @ Moe's Alley
    Santa Cruz, CA
  • Jun 17
    4 Peaks Music Festival
    Bend, OR
  • Aug 05
    Petaluma Music Festival
    Petaluma, CA
  • Aug 11
    The Peach Music Festival
    Scranton, PA
  • Aug 27
    LOCKN' Festival
    Arrington, VA
  • Sep 09
    June Lake Jam Festival
    June Lake, CA
Apr 30
Sweetwater Music Hall - Mill Valley, CA
May 1
Private Event - San Francisco, CA
May 26
Doobie Decibel System @ Bottlerock Music Festival - Napa, CA
May 27
Doobie Decibel System @ Moe's Alley - Santa Cruz, CA
Jun 17
4 Peaks Music Festival - Bend, OR
Aug 5
Petaluma Music Festival - Petaluma, CA
Aug 11
The Peach Music Festival - Scranton, PA
Aug 27
LOCKN' Festival - Arrington, VA
Sep 9
June Lake Jam Festival - June Lake, CA

Moonalice News

  • Happy Birthday Moontunes TM!!!!
  • The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock And Roll
  • Moonalice 420 Gathering Of The Tribe Returns To Slim's In SF On 20 April 2017!!!
  • Roger McNamee - Free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Show At Sweetwater Music Hall - 5 Feb. 2017
  • Steve DeAngelo - Prop 64 is a compromise, but one that needs to be made
  • Roger McNamee, Pat Nevins and Jordan Feinstein join Paige Clem at the Bazaar Café on Nov. 15!!!
  • Moonalice - Prop 64 Awareness Concert on Nov. 3 2016
  • Doobie Decibel System Band and Midnight North Northeast Tour
  • Thoughts and Prayers
  • Moonalice 2016 Back in Time Couch Tour!!!
Happy Birthday Moontunes TM!!!!
The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock And Roll
Moonalice 420 Gathering Of The Tribe Returns To Slim's In SF On 20 April 2017!!!
Roger McNamee - Free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Show At Sweetwater Music Hall - 5 Feb. 2017
Steve DeAngelo - Prop 64 is a compromise, but one that needs to be made
Roger McNamee, Pat Nevins and Jordan Feinstein join Paige Clem at the Bazaar Café on Nov. 15!!!
Moonalice - Prop 64 Awareness Concert on Nov. 3 2016
Doobie Decibel System Band and Midnight North Northeast Tour
Thoughts and Prayers
Moonalice 2016 Back in Time Couch Tour!!!

What To Watch (Archive)

  • Jul 3, 2013 / TRI Studios (Weir Studio, CA)
    If you don't know Moonalice and want a quick introduction to our music, this show is as good as you will find.
  • July 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
    Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
  • July 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
    Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
  • Oct 6, 2013 / HSB (San Francisco, CA)
    HSB: the largest free festival in America draws more than 1/2 a million people. Our adrenal glands were working overtime!!!
  • July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
    This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
  • Aug 5, 2013 / AT&T Park (San Francisco, CA)
    We played two sets before the Giants game. Our band loves baseball, so this giant fun for us (pun intended)
  • July 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
    Really fun festival in northern NH
  • Dec 29, 2013 / Sweetwater Music (Mill Valley, CA)
    Our Psychedelic Sunday shows at Sweetwater occur at 2 in the afternoon - a fantastic time for serious psychedelic music
  • July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
    Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
  • July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
    With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.
Jul 3, 2013 / TRI Studios (Weir Studio, CA)
If you don't know Moonalice and want a quick introduction to our music, this show is as good as you will find.
July 9, 2014 / Union Square Live (San Francisco, CA)
Free show in San Francisco's most famous square.
July 8, 2014 / Delancey Street (San Francisco, CA)
Our annual concert at San Francisco's most successful halfway house is always a huge thrill.
Oct 6, 2013 / HSB (San Francisco, CA)
HSB: the largest free festival in America draws more than 1/2 a million people. Our adrenal glands were working overtime!!!
July 2, 2014 / Truckee Amphitheater (Truckee, CA)
This beautiful venue near Lake Tahoe was packed ... huge fun!
Aug 5, 2013 / AT&T Park (San Francisco, CA)
We played two sets before the Giants game. Our band loves baseball, so this giant fun for us (pun intended)
July 26, 2014 / Jerry Jam (Bath, NH)
Really fun festival in northern NH
Dec 29, 2013 / Sweetwater Music (Mill Valley, CA)
Our Psychedelic Sunday shows at Sweetwater occur at 2 in the afternoon - a fantastic time for serious psychedelic music
July 30, 2014 / The Cutting Room (NYC)
Amazing venue in Manhattan's garment district. Jason Crosby joins us.
July 25, 2014 / Midnight Ramble, Levon Helm's Barn (Woodstock, NY)
With Larry Campbell and the Midnight Ramble Band. Spiritual.

Steve DeAngelo - Prop 64 is a compromise, but one that needs to be made

On 3 November Sweetwater Music Hall rocked to a “Get OutThe Vote Concert” to raise awareness on Prop 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act(AUMA), with a show headlined by Moonalice and also featuring Lorin Rowan and the 420 Waldos. The show was opened with a talk by Steve DeAngelo, one of the founders of the Harborside Health Center in Oakland, CA, followed by Lindsay Robinson, director of development of the Marijuana Policy Project, answering questions about Prop 64 and AUMA.

Roger McNamee, cannabis advocate and Moonalice founder, whose "first and driving motivation on Prop 64 is about civil rights," started the evening by explaining why he is so strongly supportive of Prop 64, saying, “This is California and this year on November 8th there is at least one really good thing that can happen. That is that we can pass Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. This is something that is long overdue and absolutely I think essential to the welfare of our state."

Steve DeAngelo began by saying that to him Prop 64 was also a compromise, but one that needed to be made, “Let's think about what is this thing 64 in the first place. It's a law. It's a law that's going to be passed by the people as opposed to the legislature, but it's a law. Like most laws, it's a compromise. There were many, many different groups who got around the table to help draft Prop 64. Some of them had interest A or interest B. There were a lot of different opposing interests that needed to come together around that table to put together a team that could get this initiative on the ballot, and compromises were made in the process of drafting.”

Steve continued, “The result, from my point of view, is there is stuff in there that I love. One of things is that people like me who have felony cannabis convictions will be able to be licensed in the legal cannabis industry under Prop 64. There's things in there that I really, really, really don't like, like the power of local governments anywhere to overrule the will of the voters of California and say that, "Just in our little city, in our little town, in our county, we're not going to allow a legal cannabis industry. Even though the voters of California approved this law." Is there stuff I like? Yeah. There's stuff I like. Is there stuff I really find distasteful? Yes, absolutely.”

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