MEUTE Takes the Stage Across the US
September 18, 2019
MEUTE is not your typical group – the eleven-piece techno marching band from Hamburg, Germany uses percussion and horns to create techno beats that would fit in at any club. They’ve created their own genre that combines driving techno beats with the emotion and flair of brass band music.
At their live performances, MEUTE the band’s marching band uniforms may be traditional, but the show is anything but! Indoors or outdoors, day or night, MEUTE’s one-of-a-kind stage show is not to be missed.
Luckily for American audiences, MEUTE is taking their show on the road across the United States this Fall! The tour will begin at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC before travelling coast to coast with stops in Atlanta, Asheville, Boston, Burlington, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco.
Get your tickets at https://www.meute.eu/live/!
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