Travelling tropical music extravaganza returns to Sheffield

A travelling tropical music extravaganza is returning to Sheffield to transform a top city venue.

Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 17:08 pm
Updated Thursday, 17th November 2016, 14:18 pm
Moltov Jukebox

Music collective Fiesta Bombarda are returning to the steel city on Friday, November 25, with their impressive carnival of dance, music and visuals.

The festival-themed party, which is being held at to O2 Academy, city centre. will feature music from gypsy legends Molotov Jukebox.

Fiesta Bombarda returns to Sheffield on Friday, November 25.

The explosive London six-piece, fronted by the multi-talented Natalia Tena, have wowed crowds internationally with their eclectic mixture of latin rhythms, funky bass, upbeat ska and gypsy beats.

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The night will also feature Oh My God! It's The Church, described as 'Sister Act on speed'.

Sheffield's own Smiling Ivy will also be jamming their funk ska beats like man machines and steel city favourites Simmerdown DJs will be dropping some first-class dub and reggae.

Liverpool-based collective Fiesta Bombarda have been hosting their truly unforgettable parties for the past three years.

Smiling Ivy

The night is running from 7pm-10.30pm at O2 Academy, Arundel Gate.

Tickets cost £10 and can be purchased via Party For The People http://bit.ly/2e1q5et and Skiddle www.skiddle.com/e/12849943.

Fiesta Bombarda returns to Sheffield on Friday, November 25.
Smiling Ivy