SHIFT Ft. Yak Attack and Secret Guests TBA w/ Hachey Live Band (Late Set), Resident Host Mikey Thunder 

16 and up
Thursday, September 02
Doors: | 8pm | Show: | 8:30pm
$10 to $25

Presented by Cervantes’, River Beats & MusicMarauders

Yak Attack
Secret Guests TBD
Hachey Live Band (Late Set)
Resident Host Mikey Thunder

Tickets go on sale at 10 AM on Wednesday, June 30.  There will be a limited amount of $10 early bird tickets that will be available until they’re sold out! Once those are gone, a limited amount of advance-purchase tier 1 tickets will be available at $15. Once those are sold out, advance-purchase tier 2 tickets at $20 will be available up until 10pm on the night of the show when tickets will become $25. 

Please note that there will be a surcharge of $5 for anyone under 21 entering the venue.

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side are excited to partner with River Beats as our official media partner for SHIFT Thursdays! River Beats provides comprehensive media coverage for all things music. Check out their work at where you can find artist interviews, show previews / reviews, and much more.

If you are a performer, live painter, or vendor interested in participating at any SHIFT Thursday events, reach out to [email protected].
If you are a music lover interested in joining our street team and would like free tickets to SHIFT Thursdays and other Cervantes’ events, reach out to [email protected].
If you are interested in performing at the silent disco on the patio, fill out this application: 
For all media inquiries, reach out to [email protected]



Yak Attack will make you dance. Founded in Portland, OR in 2013, the live electronica trio has been making waves in the local scene and expanding its fan base regionally in its short history. Rowan Cobb (bass), Dave Dernovsek (keys) and Nick Werth (percussion/xylosynth) combine technical chops, live looping, and versatility to create a wall of danceable sound far beyond the capability of most three piece bands. Electronic and traditional genres including house, breakbeat, downtempo, jazz, and funk, tight compositions seamlessly blended with improvisation, and frequent contributions from guest musicians define a typical Yak show. The band released its first full-length album in 2015, “Real World Conditions”, and will soon be bringing its unique mix of live chops, electronic techniques, and monkey noises to a venue near you.