Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom Coupons and Deals
Play that funky music and bring on the New Year with a night of incredible bands at two amazing venues! Grab today's deal and you'll jam the night away with 2 Tickets to a Funky New Year's Eve with Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk & Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, complete with a balloon drop and champagne toast, for 50% off from Cervantes' Masterpiece.The purchase of this deal gains you entry to both venues, Cervantes’ Masterpiece and The Other Side throughout the entire night. You'll enjoy the slick musical stylings of Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk & Orgone at Cervantes', and Giant Panda Guerille Dub Squad & Tatanka at The Other Side.Formed in 2003, Dumpstaphunk was initially assembled by keyboardist Ivan Neville on a whim, to perform a solo slot at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Accented by the unique double-bass attack of both Nick Daniels and Tony Hall on bass, the scorching guitar rhythms of Ian Neville, and the heavy-hitting Nikki Glaspie on drums, Dumpstaphunk has grown from a chance side-project into what is now widely considered to be one of New Orleans’ most prestigious modern funk ensembles. Dumpstaphunk is creating a new standard for an entire genre, with a progressive funk sound that has arguably become the most defining in the modern genre from New Orleans. The band continues to receive accolades and awards such as “New Orleans Best Funk Band” by Offbeat Magazine and Gambit Weekly in 2007 and 2009. They also took home the trophy for Best Funk Award at the 2010 Big Easy Awards.Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad has played 500 shows in the past three years, touring relentlessly and developing a widespread grassroots following. After five years on the road, their progressive live show has made them one of the most embraced bands by concert-goers and the taper community. While the band explores and interprets their own music differently from night to night, their compositions rely on strong lyrics and melodic chorus patterns. Adamant that an electronic signal cannot create the same vibration as a real instrument, they travel with a vintage Hammond Organ, and other analog gear. “There’s no binary code going on in any of our music” explains GPGDS bassist James Searl. “Actual vibrations send a much more specific sound wave to people’s bodies and ears. This affects them physiologically…analog makes a more direct communication.”Shake your groove thing and rock the night away this New Year's with this unbeatable deal and musical lineup from Cervantes' Masterpiece!
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