Bethlehem Casuals at Manchester Jazz Festival

Carmel Smickersgill, Tours & Activities Editor

Bethlehem Casuals at The Bread Shed, Manchester 25 May 2019 Tickets from £8 — Book now

Taking inspiration from jazz, folk, Latin American music and HEAVY grooves the Casuals are an explosion of energetic personalities. Their well-crafted songs and excellent musicianship create an upbeat, highly danceable sound, which fizzes with positive vibes. Their vibrant flare for theatre and lavish performances are sure to have you on your feet, and you can’t help but smile when you hear the playful nature of their tunes. Let them take you on a journey through genres with impressive jams and tight breaks. Bethlehem Casuals are the perfect accompaniment to the summer season.


Bethlehem Casuals at The Bread Shed, Manchester 25 May 2019 Tickets from £8 Book now

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