Attention to all #Dutch and people living in the #Netherlands! We are giving away two free tickets to Get Up Amsterdam!
11 of May at 21.00 we are launching the third edition of the greatest party currently being held in Amsterdam, where live music is played to dance all night! Address is Houtmankade 336
, Amsterdam. Entrance is across the east door of the Westerpark, close to the Central Station!
We are going to give away two tickets among all those who who likes, reshares or comments on this post!! If you also mention someone (@) who might be interested, you get bonus points ;)
Yes, you read right! Live music meant to make you (and your friends, family, lovers, enemies, etc) dance 'til you drop.
This is a self-organized event, away from mainstream producers and fake-ass music. This is the real deal, the good shit... This is where the real funky grooves of amsterdam are being baked. So come and enjoy for slechts 5 euros!
- This Friday we will start with an amazing improvisation session with +10 percussionist on stage. They are the amazing Sismito!!
Check them out here
- Then it's gonna be our turn. We are the organizers of the event and also the funkiest band in town. We mix funk, latin, psychedelic, rock, jazz... you name it. We are Lola's Dice
- The night ends with a real gem from the depths of the Dutch music scene. These two bright women, playing sax and trombone, are going to blow your brain away with their band. They are the Soul Sisters!
Soul Sisters is a band led by Irene Reig and Alba Pujals, both instrumentalist and singers accompanied by Joan Casares on drums, Kimon Karoutzos on Bass and Tommaso Perazzo on the keyboard. Irene and Alba met each other at the age of 12. Music brought both of them to the Netherlands, playing in several jazz band in the country and around Europe.
After many years playing together, they decided to start a band where they could realize their own music and ideals. That is how Soul Sisters was born.
So come move your body while they play the sounds of the Afroamerican and their own musical tradition!
I hope to see many diaspora users there!