Melbourne Ska Orchestra

Hamilton
Sun 16 Feb

Venue Location

Hamilton Gardens, Cobham Drive, Hamilton

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Prices

STANDARD:

ADULT
$39.00
CHILD 5-14 year olds
$10.00
UNDER 5 FREE but a ticket is still required due to venue capacity
$0.00

Venue Location

Hamilton Gardens, Cobham Drive, Hamilton

Payment Options

Credit Card

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Courier (signature reqd)
$5.00
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$7.00
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An explosive celebration of music unfolds on stage with some of Australia’s finest musicians, when the 30-odd piece orchestra hits the stage. Imagine the force of an 18-piece horn section, a mean rhythm section, percussionist, organist, keys and 4 singers and you may only begin to understand the life force that is the Melbourne Ska Orchestra.

Fronted by Nicky Bomba (Bomba, John Butler Trio, Bustamento), with his professional, energetic and impulsive conducting style, Melbourne Ska Orchestra is a fun-loving big band experience. Influenced by the golden ska period of the 60’s, the 2Tone jump up from the UK, their new album of original material showcases the international quality of their songs. A massive hit at festivals; the MSO is fast becoming a must-see institution with members hailing from some of the best ska and reggae bands in Australia.

Out now on FOUR|FOUR, the self-titled debut album from the Melbourne Ska Orchestra is the culmination of years of passion and performance from one of the most energetic and inspired ensembles currently winning over audiences right across the country. This is music at its most entertaining; vibrant, surprising, and with a beat to shame the Devil. This is Ska.

 

Part of Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival

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