07/12/2014 Trans-Siberian-March-Band-Festivus

Saturday 07 December 2013
Union Chapel - Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN.
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Trans-Siberian March Band website + video / Festivus

The Trans-Siberian March Band are a London-based, 13-piece Balkan Brass Band. The group’s flamboyant, high-energy performance style has earned them an established reputation on the Balkan, burlesque and festival scene both in the UK and beyond.

Wielding a fearsome blend of clarinets, brass, percussion and vocals, The Trans-Siberian March Band look as loud as they sound - a heady mix of culture, cabaret and carnival. Explosive and unique, the band has enjoyed six years taking its borderless bag of musical styles to Glastonbury, Kensington Palace, Bestival, the Royal Festival Hall, WOMAD and more.

Festivus is a bundle of holiday fun from Highline Records. Filled with indie rock, glam, folk and retro delights, the album is packed with original Christmas classics in the making and traditional songs reimagined. Artists from Festivus will be gracing the lovely Daylight Music stage, playing their songs from the album and some much loved old time favorites. Come down to hear Christmas treats from Antony Elvin / Alexander's Festival Hall / Piney Gir / Dennis Hopper Chopper / Left With Pictures.

*Entry to Daylight Music is free but we ask you consider giving a small donations (suggested donation £3.50) which we put towards the running costs and expenses of bring these bands (from all over the country) to the venue. Thank you for your support!