Rebirth Brass Band book December double-header at Philly's Underground Arts
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The world-renowned Grammy-winning horn group known as the Rebirth Brass Band will be closing out their 2017 with a pair of shows at Philadelphia’s Underground Arts. The pair of concerts are set to take place on Dec. 8 and 9, following their busy summer and fall schedule made up of North American headlining shows and festival appearances.

Since forming in 1983 in New Orleans, the group’s constant touring and lively showmanship throughout the decades has made them a familiar name in the world of brass and funk music. Throughout the years, the band has successfully kept the horn-centered spirit of New Orleans’ French Quarter alive heading into the 2010s. Their influence can be heard across today’s mainstream landscape, having trickled down to modern artists including Trombone Shorty, Jon Batiste, The Suffers and even Chance the Rapper’s collaboration with The Social Experiment.

Tickets for the pair of shows at the Philadelphia venue are on sale now, and can be purchased by clicking here.