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Ashkenaz’s Annual New Years Balkan Folkdance Party featuring Fanfare Zambaleta, Meraklii, and True Life Trio

When: Tue., Dec. 31, 8 p.m. 2019
Phone: 510-525-5099
Email: publicity@ashkenaz.com
Price: $25 Advance / $30 Day of Show
www.ashkenaz.com/eventcalendar/2019/12/31/new-years-eve-balkan-bash-with-true-life-trio-rumen-shopov-and-meraklii-with-special-guest-singer-and-fanfare-zambaleta
Headlining this year’s festivites, Fanfare Zambaleta (roughly meaning crazy street party with brass) is a 10 piece Balkan brass band specializing in high spirits music of the Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, Greek and Balkan Romani people. They got their start in 2012 as an offshoot of the Zambaleta Music and Dance school in SF and been rocking clubs, weddings, and dance halls ever since! Combining a love of the classic brass bands of the past with the modern sounds coming out of the Balkans, Fanfare Zambaleta brings an irresistible blend of old and new to get you dancing!

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