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Jazz Stroud Friday : Steam Down Orchestra / Snazzback / Roella Oloro


  • The Goods Shed Station Approach Stroud, GL5 3AP United Kingdom (map)

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Jazz Stroud Festival 2019

Steam Down Orchestra are set to raise the roof of the Goods Shed on the Friday of Jazz Stroud. Jumping off from the sonic springboard of Afrofuturism, grime and future soul, all fused together with the fearless spontaneity of jazz.

Steam Down is an arts collective, weekly live music night based in Deptford and a burgeoning label platforming artists such as Brother Portrait and Alex Rita. The collective describe their sessions as a co-creative experience between musicians and audience where everyones participation matters.

Formed in 2016 while busking on the streets of Bristol, Snazzback have spent the last 2 years forging their unique sound which effortlessly blends jazz, afrobeat, hip-hop and electronica into a cosmic melting pot. Drawing inspiration from their comrades in the UK jazz revival, Snazzback have been playing relentlessly across the UK leaving thrilled audiences in their wake.

Roella Oloro is a member of Tomorrow’s Warriors Female Frontline, which has seen her perform throughout the London jazz scene, as well as regularly attending jams at Ronnie Scott’s, The Haggerston, Troy Bar and Steamdown among others.

Check out all the artists on the Jazz Stroud YouTube Playlist.


Tickets :

From SVA : £8 Under 25 / £12 standard

Online : £10 under 25 / £12 early bird / £14 standard

£16 OTD

Ticket Deals:

The cheapest way to get a ticket is to buy your ticket in advance online or direct from SVA.

The best way to get the full experience of Jazz Stroud is to buy a full weekend ticket which gives you a discounted ticket price and full access to all the 4 days of events for only £40 or £35 for under 25's.

The joint Saturday or Sunday tickets give you a discounted rate and access to both evening events at John Street and the Goods Shed for only £20 or £13 for under 25's.


 

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