Kamasi Washington Philadelphia PA Tickets, Electric Factory, Nov 9, 2018, Concert
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Kamasi Washington Philadelphia Concert Tickets in Nov 9, 2018 at Electric Factory in 08:30 PM available for sale as part of the announced Kamasi Washington North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Kamasi Washington Tour Page.


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Electric Factory
421 North 7th Street
19123
Philadelphia, PA, US

Biography

Kamasi Washington (born February 18, 1981) is an American jazz saxophonist, composer, producer, and bandleader. Washington is known mainly for playing tenor saxophone. More...

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6 Responses to “Kamasi Washington Philadelphia PA Tickets, Electric Factory, Nov 9, 2018, Concert”

  1. Lois Ortlieb

    Kamasi and the whole gang were unbelievable, the have so much talent, everything about their performance was fantastic!

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  2. Loren Ragel

    Outstanding set and extremely powerful. Kamasi showcased each members original music in addition to songs off The Epic.

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  3. Pearle Wallner

    I’ve seen the future of jazz and his name is Kamasi Washington. A great show by one of the most talented leaders of the modern jazz movement out there — A band of musical pros behind him, Kamasi and his saxophone shredded new tunes and put his brand on some old classics. If you are a lover of jazz by artists like Stanley Turentine, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, etc, run, don’t walk to see Kamasi Washington. He very well may be the last survivor that can move millennials to understand jazz and help create and mentor new artists to take the place of so many greats who we’ve lost. Added bonus, Kamasi was a very nice and approachable guy after the show who hung around to talk to fans and sign autographs after an energetic performance by the band. Now that’s giving fans their money’s worth!

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  4. Callie Schwandt

    What a show. Right from the first song it was like he was in encore mode. Huge music for sure. My heart was racing. And that tiny lady with the big voice. What a brave lady to sing with so many talented and loud instruments. First time listening to them, and it won’t be the last. Definitely a new fan forever.

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  5. Gwyneth Kociolek

    Excellent show! Kamasi and his group knocked it out of the park. Pick up the CD. Don’t hesitate to catch these guys (and gal) live.

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  6. Lacey Angus

    We saw Kasami on the Danforth just before his show. His trombone player walked into the Pizza Pizza after the show and we chatted with him. Great guys, great energy. They sound AMAZING together. Please check Kasami Washington and his band next time they’re in town!

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