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Cuban Brothers come to Margate to headline Dreamland Fiesta

PUBLISHED: 12:02 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 13:59 09 November 2017

The Cuban Brothers are returning to Dreamland after performing at Sunset Sessions this summer

The Cuban Brothers are returning to Dreamland after performing at Sunset Sessions this summer

Jason Pay

The legendary outfit are known for their unique blend of soul, hip hop, funk, breakdancing and comedy

The legendary funk soul outfit Cuban Brothers are set to headline Dreamland Fiesta in Margate this Saturday, bringing a taste of the Caribbean to our shores as winter sets in.

Originally from Havana, Cuba, the quartet, who have been together since the 1970s, are known for their infectious performances and unique blend of latino soul and hip hop, funk, breakdancing and comedy.

Made up of Miguel Mantovani, Archerio Mantovani, Kengo San and Domenico, the Cuban Brothers regularly sell out shows around the world. They are returning to Dreamland following a popular performance at Sunset Sessions this summer, as part of a UK-wide tour.

Taking place at Hall by the Sea, Dreamland Fiesta will also feature a mariachi band, Mexican street food and drinks and other entertainment. Doors open at 7pm and close at 1am.

Over 18s only. Advance tickets £12 plus booking fee, available at dreamland.co.uk. £15 on the door.

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