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What's On > Delhi 2 Dublin

The Hat Factory

Date: Thursday 22nd June, 2017
Time: 20:00 - 22:00
Cost: 10
Group discount: Buy 10+ and save 10%
Booking information: Box Office: 01582 878100

Presented in association with Asian Arts Agency

Part of a UK tour produced and managed by Asian Arts Agency

An electric fusion of Celtic and Bhangra roots, dub reggae and breakbeats to straight up happy dance music.

Delhi 2 Dublin bring their ridiculously energetic live show to the UK for some exciting dates this summer. Fusing their Celtic and Bhangra roots with dance beats, dub, reggae, rock and electronic, these guys (and gal) put on one hell of a show.

Described by one magazine as the ‘United Nations of Rock n’ Roll, the last 10 years of touring have seen Delhi 2 Dublin become one of Canada’s most buzzed-about bands. After all, where else are you going to see a kick-ass fiddle player rocking out and flanked by two bouncing Bhangra percussionists and a vocalist who looks like he would be at home in a Bollywood music video?

This is a standing gig.


“The Vancouver-based, border-bending unit has earned every accolade and ovation they’ve ever received by targeting our primal need to move to the groove.” Worldbeat International

“Delhi 2 Dublin is the United Nations of rock and roll.” The Hour

“Delhi 2 Dublin’s highly-charged energy and fast-paced songs need to be on your next party mix.” The Argosy

“The Vancouver-based collective combines dhol, fiddle and breakbeats in an Irish/Asian stew that is surprisingly varied, a marvellously wide-ranging and free-thinking concept.” BBC

“Delhi 2 Dublin is the new sound of music…a highly charged multi-cultural dance celebration.” Oh Snap

“Take an electric sitar, a Celtic fiddle, electronic mixing and bilingual vocals and a new genre is born” The Rogue Valley Messenger

“Did someone order a party?” MTV Iggy

“Imagine the energy and cultural fervour of a huge Indian wedding party colliding with a bunch of drunken Irishmen dancing on a wooden table with fiddles!” Evolving Music