New Wave Time Trippers

Alternative 80s Music & Multimedia Dance Party

A wildly talented cover-band was sucked into a time-tunnel during a gig. They have been traveling through space-time for three decades. But to the band, it’s only been three months.

At a small venue in San Bernardino, California in 1985, The New Wave Time Trippers mysteriously disappeared into a time tunnel. Fascination with the band's promising short-lived career and disappearance fueled one of the most enduring legacies in music history. Where did they go? When will they return?

In recent years, many sightings of the band have been reported. From corporate events, to high-profile weddings and concert venues, The New Wave Time Trippers appear to be emerging from the soup of spacetime to "rock the casbah" with new wave favorites and near-lost alternative gems.

As a side-effect of their time-tunneling, the band's songs are now seamlessly synced to the original music videos, resulting in a totally immersive tour de force of all the hits you love to remember, and a few that you'll hate you forgot. 

From Depeche Mode and Flock of Seagulls, to Midnight Oil and U2The New Wave Time Trippers thunder out non-stop danceable new wave hits, peppered with vintage TV ads and favorite movie excerpts.

“NO ONE… is playing 80’s music the way they are.”
— Nicky Ouellet, PRX
Convinced they are a rock-and-roll set from the past, the band members rarely break character... ensorcelling crowds with a stock of dance songs that are at once obscure and recognizable – and which are played to near perfection.
— Tristan Scott, The Missoulian