Ladies and Gentlemen, girls and boys, music lovers of all ages… Come on, come all! The effervescent, exuberant and ebullient Tarantola’s musical circus is ready to rig its tent on the Lee riverside and unleash its histrionic show!
On Friday 22nd March, it’s Thank Grow It’s Friday, a brand-new music series staged at Grow Hackney and presented by Rhythm Passport, which will lavishly hand out good vibes and quality sounds.
The first guest of the series is indeed a band that is all about energy, passion and fun-filled performances. Tarantola are a 7-piece ensemble, bringing to London the notes, scents and smiles of Southern Italy and the Mediterranean. Their sound is brimming with Pan-Med influences, embracing the entire region from Spain to Turkey, while their concerts are circus-like experiences where their folk-rock and gipsy music goes side-by-side with dance, acting and much more…
On 22nd March, their music will also go side-by-side with that of Monarchee, a French-Korean (but London-based) all-female duo, who will open the night with smooth electro-pop textures and soothing grooves.
But it wouldn’t be a circus without its ringmaster. So, to MC the night and set the cruising speed for the party, we have called a good old friend of Rhythm Passport, DJ Lou Pino, who will have you dancing to his tropical, Latin and up-tempo vinyl-only collection.
Come on, come all, the circus is in town!
FREE ENTRY until 10PM
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