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We are pleased to host Diego's Umbrella as part of our integrated series at N4th Theatre, where we bring musicians to perform for the artists with developmental disabilities at N4th and invite the community to come join the fun and see the great work they do there. Community spots are limited to 60 people and reservations are required.
This event is currently full. All new reservations are going on a waiting list. Reservations are held until 12:25. If we have open space at that time, we will let anyone waiting into the theater.
Diego's Umbrella [web site | Amazon.com] are "San Francisco's Ambassadors of Gypsy Rock." Diego's Umbrella have created an irresistible cocktail that is entirely their own. On a planet bombarded with every possible kind of entertainment, a Diego's Umbrella show is a singular, ecstatic experience; one concert is all it takes to turn you into a believer. Night after night, they effortlessly blend marching drums, harmonized shredding and gang choruses with showmanship that has all the fire and unpredictability of youth, coupled with the refinement of years of experience on the road. The group's uncanny gift for pleasing crowds, from standard clubs to huge festivals such as High Sierra and Outside Lands, has earned them an ever-expanding following across the United States and Europe, and that connection with other cultures continues to inform their aesthetic. In their music you will hear klezmer, flamenco and punk blended to perfection. Possessing a pop sensibility and punk rock energy somewhere between Gogol Bordello and Muse, Diego's Umbrella takes explosive melodies, Eastern European grit, Latin flair and anthemic delivery to a wholly unique place. Their new material is some of the most exciting to date, tipping a hat to the raucous Croatian dance parties the band played in their early days.
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