$15.00 Tickets
Psyko Steve Presents
Thu Nov 16 07:30 pm (Doors: 07:00 pm )
16 and up
Psyko Steve Presents


Thursday, November 16th 2023
Doors at 7:00 / Show at 7:30


Advance Price: $15 + fees
Day of Show Price: $17 + fees


Hate Drugs

HATE DRUGS is a California based indie rock band that has been performing and releasing music together since 2014 with the debut EP “Rough Daze”.  The continued releasing singles and EP’s while building a strong local following in Bakersfield and Southern California. 

In 2016 HATE DRUGS released their “Beach Weekend” EP which was well received online and on tour. 

HATE DRUGS has since released 2 LPs and toured from coast to coast playing shows with other emerging indie artists such as Ritt Momney, Dayglow, Briston Maroney, HARBOUR and many more.

HATE DRUGS has continued to have success online as well, garnering over 10 million streams across platforms, and have been featured in publications such as Earmilk, Rocka Mag, Poptized, Cereal + Sounds and many more.

The connection between HATE DRUGS and their fanbase is very strong, and if you witness their electric performances, dive into their catalog of music videos, or connect with the band after a show, you’ll understand why. 

The band is currently working on another full length album that will be slowly releasing throughout 2023 and 2024. Follow HATE DRUGS as they explore this next chapter of their story.

Buddha Trixie

(San Diego, CA) Products of Park Village Elementary School, guitarist Andrew Harris, singer/drummer Daniel Cole, and bassist Dennis Moon grew up side by side, witnessing all of each other's awkward years. They harnessed that unbreakable bond into a sick cover of "Gravity" by John Mayer that every parent at their middle school graduation fucked with hard. A bunch of years later, and Kenzo Mann joins the fold, bringing hot synths and hot guitar. They stop playing "Gravity" and write their own songs. Their old fanbase of parents say they've changed. It's okay. The kids love the new songs about whatever Daniel's deal is. Every song they record soon becomes a #1 single. They exclusively tour the planet Earth, citing the crowds on Mars being "wack". Although now drowned in money and fame, the four haven't forgotten their roots -- they humbly sleep in the same bed like the grandparents from Charlie & The Chocolate Factory.