Party With A Purpose: The Polish Ambassador Is Coming To The Bay Area
The Polish Ambassador, AKA David Sugalski, is changing the game in what it means to party. Rather than pre-gaming the show with alcohol, Sugalski prefers digging in the garden. Rather than chugging beers in the bathroom, he challenges us to dance under the influence of groove — and maybe Kombucha.
Sugalski is an artist whose music spans the electronic genre; from psy-funk to Badu remixes to dreamwave, TPA brings it all to the table. That table being one of conscious partying where he and the Permacultre Action Tour team set aside days before and/or after his shows to work on community gardens.
The March 19th show at the Warfield is not one that anyone in the Bay Area would want to miss. The Polish Ambassador truly puts on an unforgettable show where community and camaraderie bloom with intention. And this time he is teaming up with both Dirtwire and the Desert Dwellers to have San Francisco grooving all night long.
Dirtwire is the Beats Antique’s David Satori and the Dogon Lights’ Evan Fraser who together mix global-electro-blues, fitting right in with The Ambassador’s theme. This is a special show for Dirtwire, as their hometown is Oakland, lying to the east of the Warfield.
The Desert Dwellers are a much appreciated staple in the festival circus, delivering us with some funky, multi-genre, world, dub, electronic beats. They’ve been everywhere from on the road with Shpongle to Shambhala, Lightning in a Bottle, Envision, and even Coachella. And now within the next few weeks they’ll be joining The Polish Ambassador and Dirtwire for a night of collective consciousness.
On March 20th, the Sunday following the show the day of Permaculture action will be taking place at the Gill Tract Farm in Albany, California. The Gill Tract is a community farm in the east bay that holds open volunteer hours most everyday, as well as a variety of events. Most notably, the Classroom Under the Clouds series that has folks come in and share knowledge about everything from fermentation to mushrooms to permaculture principles.
If you’re living in the Bay Area, get on down to the Warfield March 19th for an epic night of partying and then join Sugalski and friends on Sunday for the purpose, and help in the community garden. I also suggest taking a stroll on the land, and make sure to visit the herb garden!
When: March 19th @ 7pm and 20th @ 10am
Where: The Warfield and Gill Tract Farm
Why: Who doesn’t love a soul fulfilling, booty shakin’, dirt playing weekend? Come join the party.