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The Hot 8 Brass Band are bringing their unique hip hop meets jazz funk sound all the way from N'Awlins to the UK for their 20th anniversary tour.

Hot 8 Brass Band

Starting today (13th May) in Dublin the Hot 8 Brass Band are taking on a 34-date tour ending in Cambridge on 31st August.

Last few dates:

26th August - Shambala Festival, Northampton

27th August - Greenbelt Festival, Northampton

28th August - MK11 Live Music Venue, Milton Keynes

29th August - Clapham Common, London

30th August - Fruit, Hull

31st August - Junction 1, Cambridge

You can check ticket availability by visiting hot8brassband.com/tour.

Once you've got the taste for some uniquely Louisianan entertainment check out some of the upcoming festivals and events and get planning your own trip, Louisiana hosts over 400 festivals a year and here's a selection of some of the biggest and best in the coming months!

Essence FestivalBayou Boogaloo and Angola Rodeo for these and many more must experience festivals check out http://www.louisianatravel.com/events or email louisiana@deep-south-usa.com for an information pack.


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