Balkankan


Friday, 23rd December 2011


Bringing you the Gypsy part of the Balkans. Live music, DJs & free rakija! With live gypsy music played by a Romany family from Poland, this special xmas edition of BalKanKan will bring you the best wedding songs played all over Eastern Europe.

Artists: Romany Diamonds, DJ Fred Balkayou, DJ Shefitza

Venue: Ginglik, 1 Shepherds Bush Green, Shepherds Bush, W12 8PH


Tickets: £6 before 10pm, £8 after 10pm

Time: 8pm - 4am

BalKanKan - bringing the Gypsy part of the Balkans to the table. This is a night of madness with live music, DJs & free rakija awaiting at the door! With live gypsy music played by a Romany family from Poland, this special Christmas edition of BalKanKan will bring you the best wedding songs played all over Eastern Europe. If there are any tables free, you will be dancing on them! Make sure you sign up to our FB event to get on the guestlist for faster entry.
www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=201048843306975

Romany Diamonds
It's a family business - playing a violin goes back generations in this Polish Roma family living in London since 1998. Their music is an energetic whirlwind of violins played at breakneck speed, hurried along by the rhythm section of accordion, keyboards, double bass and guitar. Whilst their music is traditionally Roma in sound, flecks of other genres appear, such as folk music from Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, and Jewish music.
www.myspace.com/romanydiamonds

DJ Fred Balkayou
The man behind "Balkan Sonik" is taking over London's dancefloors with the music of the last great depression brought up to date for the current one. He's squeezing electronics into the Balkans with a pinch of Swing and Arabic sound!

DJ Shefitza
The original Balkan girl - she's beating the house out of the Balkans together with Gypsy ska and the best Balkan beats that will make your hearts racing and begging for more. Make sure the feet are appropriately dressed!











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Last Update: 2011-12-23 00:00:00




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