Stomptown Brass – Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

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We have so much to say about this 8-piece Urban Street Funk band who will stomp their way onto the stage at Central Arts, Waterford on Friday, October 18th.

Since 2015, Stomptown Brass have been blowing audience’s minds away with their impressive brass energy ensemble. Blending the sounds of funk and blues with rhythmic sounds, the group has toured at festivals all over Ireland and are this Autumn, they are treating the Deise to their fabulous Fight tour.

What sets STOMPTOWN BRASS apart from any other act in Ireland is the originality of their sound, combined with the unmistakable energy of brass.

More recently, Stomptown surprised audiences with a unique theatrical collaboration – ‘Requiem For the Truth’ – alongside Collapsing Horse Theatre Company, taking on the audacious task of holding a New Orleans Jazz Funeral, for the truth.

The band has performed numerous times at Electric Picnic, Longitude and many other festivals and venues around Ireland. So don’t be surprised if you find yourself out on the street dancing New Orleans style and the like. Get ready to be impressed.

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