TreeHouse! brings high-energy reggae Friday

Warm up your cold bones with a tropical heat wave of upbeat psychedelic reggae-fusion as TreeHouse! turns the dance floor into hot lava starting at 9 p.m., Friday at The Lariat. 

TreeHouse! will be making their inaugural debut in Buena Vista as part of their Natural High Tour to support the upcoming Nov. 2 release of single “Natural High” featuring Dan Kelly from Fortunate Youth.

Hailing from the sunny shores of Myrtle Beach, S.C., TreeHouse! has been spreading their beautiful brand of uplifting and inspiring reggae jam rock for over seven years across the continental United States.

Formed in 2010 by guitarist Jeremy Anderson and drummer Trey Moody, TreeHouse! has touched the hearts of thousands through the healing and spiritual power of reggae.

“Reggae is one of the last platforms where you can put out a conscious message of change,” guitarist/vocalist/trumpet player Jeremy Anderson said. “Reggae lays a foundation for conscious messages to travel through,” Anderson said. 

TreeHouse!’s infectious happy energy quickly spreads like wildfire as audiences easy skank their worries and cares away.  

Having played with reggae greats such as The Wailers, Steel Pulse, 311, Dirty Heads, Rebelution, and SOJA, TreeHouse! embodies the message of love and celebrating life that reggae is built on.

“The more we give the more we reciprocate,” Anderson explained regarding the healing aspect of performing their music live.

For those who may not be familiar with reggae, Anderson describes a TreeHouse! concert perfectly.

“This is a unique and enlivening experience that will ground you and lift you up,” Anderson said. 

TreeHouse! is more than just reggae music, it’s a spiritual and soulful experience that will leave you smiling and dancing more than you have in a long time.