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Pan Loco Steel Band

Date/Time

Feb 2, 2014
02:00 PM

Description

“Don’t worry; Be Happy!” Pan Loco Steel Band has been bringing the sweet sounds of the Caribbean to New England since 1991. Hailing from the USA and the islands of St. Thomas and Trinidad, their studies at Berklee College of Music and University of New Hampshire brought them into one another’s orbits. Individually they have remarkable resumes as performers and educators. Collectively as Pan Loco Steel Band, they have earned a “solid and trusted reputation as polished professionals,” who, in their own words, "will bring calypso, reggae and island music from the Caribbean direct to your doorstep…” You’ll feel like you’re on a slow boat to Saint Thomas -- It’s the real thing!"

Cost

$20.00

Location

View map Village Players Theatre
52 Glendon Street
Wolfeboro, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Wolfeboro Friends of Music

Phone

(603) 569-2151

Contact email

info@wfriendsofmusic.org

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