Hungry March Band; West Philadelphia Orchestra

Hungry March Band

Roaring out of Brooklyn comes the Hungry March Band, NYC's legendary street brass march band in the anarchic style that has become their trademark . Put on your dancing shoes and break out the fancy threads because they’ve got a party going on - a blazing parade of flesh, blood, steel, brass and wood. They are the music of the people! HMB musical repertoire consists of original compositions written by band members as well as scores selected from our multi-cultural world community. These songs range from New Orleans street bands, European brass traditions, Gypsy/Roma classics, wedding brass bands from India, the jazz world and the global community of NYC. The band is an ever evolving musical experiment influenced and inspired from Brooklyn’s backyard with Latin flavor, punk rock noise, hip hop beats and music of the streets.

West Philadelphia Orchestra

West Philadelphia Orchestra began as neighborhood friends fiddling on porches and in parks, making noise at protests and outsider art gatherings, and dedicated to livening up their bohemian village. Over the years, WPO has become larger and louder, the parties wilder and more ecstatic, and the band developed a singular mashup blend of Balkan brass traditions, American jazz and global beats. Their new album, Tour de Filli, is a culmination of this evolution, marking the point at which they have transformed a foreign brass tradition into our own. With cutting brass, searing woodwinds and some of the tightest beats around, West Philadelphia Orchestra invites audiences to lose themselves in earthy sounds that shake, break and roll.

Joro-Boro is a crunk charlatan born in Bulgaria.

He plays and promotes etnoteck, glitch-folk and post-national bass - the dirty local side of globalization force-fed back into a party without borders detonating the conglomerated mono-culture.

Joro-Boro hosted MoGlo (Modern Global) on Radio New York 91.5FM, has toured with Balkan Beat Box, and has performed with artists ranging from Bassnectar to Tinariwen.

He established himself over seven years as the resident DJ in the Bulgarian Bar (Mehanata) in New York City. In 2007 he left his residency there and developed the charlatan/artist alter ego Joro De Boro.

Tickets Available at the Door


$7 day of show, tickets at the door, CASH only! Come and have a marching good time!

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