Latin night in Cumberland

Zandhunga plays the Cumberland Hotel Saturday night

Expect nothing less than high-energy Latin dance-party vibes from Zandhunga as they play the Cumberland Hotel on Saturday, May 28, starting at 9 p.m.

Zandhunga has toured internationally, bringing their lively and infectious music to happy audiences as far away as Taiwan. They are excited to get the Cumberland Hotel dance floor grooving Latin-style, with drummer/percussionist and lead vocalist Oscar Robles Diaz, bassist Brittany Bowman, keyboardist Kelly Thomas, and a  happening horn section with Jeff Agopsowicz on slide trombone and Jake Masri on trumpet. Special guest guitarist Anela Kahiamoe from Hawaii adds ever more tropical flavour to the band’s sizzling hot sound.

For more information, contact the Cumberland Hotel: 250-336-8844.

 

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