A Temple to Great Sound
About Live At The Pagoda
Located at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown San Jose, THE PAGODA, has become an International music room, where music is first and worshipped by it’s patrons. The musicians and artists alike are venerated for their performance. The Pagoda is one of the few spaces in San Jose showcasing LIVE MUSIC on a regular basis.
Through the curation of Thomas Ramon Aguilar of Universal Grammar and early on by Michael Grammer of New Sense has led artists from across the globe in finding their way to San Jose. The Pagoda quite simply is a TEMPLE FOR FINE MUSIC.
Artist Live At The Pagoda since 2010: Electric Wire Hustle, BILAL, Zuzuka Poderosa, Tourted Soul, Martin Luther, Quetzal Guerrero, Nuts, Little Dragon, The Stepkids, Peanut Butter Wolf, BLU, J*DaVeY, Andy Allo, Mara Hruby, Grillade, The Mumlers, Jose James, Rey Ressureccion, 1 O.A.K., Cathyrn Calder of The New Pornographers, La Santa Cecilia, Cumbia Tokeson, Kenny Dope, Muhsinah, That Girl, Sonnymoon, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Sy Smith, Talib Kweli, Res, Idle Warship, Robert Glasper Experiment, Adrian Younge presents “Venice Dawn”, Body Language, System D-128, Turbo Sonidero Futuristico, Mex Tape, Los Rakas, TiRon & Ayomari, Lyrics Born, Lateef The Truthspeaker, Cutso, LeFto, Geology,Dwele, Dem One, SubRen, Shortkut, Fran Boogie, Bluz, The CME, Sig-O, SmoovGroovs, Goldenchyld, J.Boogie, Mansions on the Moon, Devon Who, B.Lewis, Jonti, Anya Kvitka, Full Crate & Mar, Hawthorne Headhunters…
Now after experiencing several outstanding live shows at the Fairmont’s Pagoda Lounge produced by Universal Grammar… this venue is the perfect mix of urban style, smart location, great sound and creative atmosphere the city really needed… programming and success in this live space is driving San Jose one step closer to the creative city center Continue Reading
“…the Pagoda suddenly has cred with the South Bay’s hippest clubgoers. That’s because, in the hands of Thomas Ramon Aguilar, the “Live at the Pagoda” series has already brought some of the hottest new acts in the electronic music world. The Little Dragon show was arguably last year’s No. 1 must-see show, combining the tiny Continue Reading