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Street Music

About

Musical groups with huge sound, bursting with talent and full of energy will be entertaining rugby fans, spectators and local shoppers alike around the city throughout the festival. 

 

Voice Beat – An adventurous choir who enjoy fun, unique and varied arrangements in a variety of genres.
 

Bay Uke – Community Ukelele group based in Whitley Bay
 

Beat This – Loud percussive group using culture as their tool to bring about change in communities
 

Chili Road band – Dynamic and vibrant community band of all ages and skills, playing a mix of Latin, jazz and rock.
 

Meze Mundo –Versatile, street big-band playing music from around the world and different eras
 

Tenth Avenue Band – Community band with a wide repertoire and wealth of experience bringing music, colour and fun to the streets.

Pons Alieus - Ambitious young instrumental group exploring age-old traditions with fresh and innovative attitude

Baghdaddies - World music with strong Balkan tendencies alongside Caribbean grooves, Middle Eastern rhythms and even some Geordie touches.

Hannabiel and the Midnight Blue – High-energy, unique sounding ensemble who fuse together jazz, afro-beat, funk and reggae with Afro Caribbean and Latin percussion.

Brassy B - Gallivanting round the North East of England to please the ears of people everywhere

Flaming Nora – Popular and wild Ceilidh band hailing from Leith.

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