Too Many Zooz


A busking phenomenon featuring Jazz, Afro-Cuban Rhythms, and Funk born in the subways of New York

Too Many Zooz are a busking phenomenon born in the subways of New York City. Their unique sound somehow manages to smash together jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms, funk and even EDM structures and house music.

The band have come a long way from entertaining commuting New Yorkers. Now, they have racked up millions of views of their amazing live videos on YouTube, have toured the world, and have even been enlisted by Beyonce to perform on the songs Daddy Lessons and Formationfrom her tour de force Lemonade which was nominated for the Grammy for Album of the Year.

At O2 Forum Kentish TownToo Many Zooz will sweep you on your feet with their sensational, unique sound. Don’t miss out on this raucous night of live music.

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