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Hot Potato Band - Newcastle

When:

Fri 9 Apr 2021, 5:45pm–11:00pm

Where: The Playhouse, 375 Hunter Street, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $56.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Grab your lover, mother, friend or other and join us for a night that’ll lift your spirits and leave you feeling musically energised.

For all you HPB fans, we’re excited to showcase some new music, never before heard by an audience. This show is welcome to all ages and only has a capacity of 130 per session. Don't delay on grabbing your tickets!

We have created a show that captures the essence of HPB within a theatre setting and we're very excited to have you join us for it.

Sessions
There will be a 5:45 pm & 8:30 pm session on Friday 9th April.
There are no opening acts.
Tickets are very limited and only available at the link below. Tickets sold out quickly last time, so don’t delay!

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Hot Potato Band’s larger-than-life brass collective is a breath of fresh air, setting a new bar for energetic and interactive musical performances. Finding home in Sydney, Australia, their positive coastal energy pushes euphoric boundaries in their bold quest to reignite acoustic instrumentation. The bands unique sound is built on the backs of three drummers, a sousaphone and five horns that cover catchy chorus lines, providing a beautiful harmonic cloud for Ben (vocalist) to float above. HPB is un-bound by genres, stages and audiences. They are re-inventive of the traditional New Orleans brass band as a modern day dance machine and visual spectacle for all demographics with a strong sense of pride for their fun-loving, organic, and quirky musical nature.

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