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Leche De Tigre 9.13.13 Aloha Theatre
Aloha Theatre
Kealakekua, HI
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Leche De Tigre 9.13.13 Aloha Theatre
Friday September 13th 2013. Leche De Tigre LIVE @ Aloha Theatre. Doors at 6:30 show At 7:00. Three sets of original music performed by Kona's Latin Gypsy Funk band Leche De Tigre. Tickets at and outlets in around Kona @ Keirnans Music store and The Music Exchange. $15 advanced $20 at the door...Olé!

Latin Gypsy Funk Band of the Big Island
Leche De Tigre Returns to Aloha Theatre
Island Favorite to Make an Appearance at Kona's Own Historic Hub of Arts and Performance

WHAT:Leche De Tigre is looking to give Kona town an excuse to get out of the house and onto the dance floor with an appearance at the historic Aloha Theatre.

  WHO:If you haven't had the opportunity to hear the musical stylings of the Big Island's own "Latin gypsy funk" band, consisting of nylon string guitars, bass, congas, percussion, trumpet and vocals, here's your chance!  

Stemming from a weekly acoustic jam session at local restaurant Ceviche Dave's, this unique group draws from influences including Django Reinhart, Santana, Jerry Garcia and Sade, creating a genre of its own that always brings its audience to their feet.

With their unique sound, original songs translated into Spanish and French as well as diverse membership, Leche De Tigre captured the Big Island Music Awards' eye and have been awarded in the World Music category. They have also completed two successful tours within the continental US, including several venues in the California area.

  WHEN:Friday, September 13
6:30PM (Doors)
7:00PM (Show)

  WHERE:Aloha Theatre
79-7384 Mamalahoa Hwy
Kainaliu, HI 96750

HOW:Please contact guitarist and band head Dan Brauer for media inquiries or additional information at

About Leche De Tigre
Leche De Tigre sprouted from a weekly acoustic jam session in the back of Ceviche Dave's restaurant in Kona, Hawaii. The musically adventurous and jovial gatherings explored exotic flavors of latin, gypsy jazz, rock, afro-cuban, and classical styles. Within months, it became an event in itself, with a growing audience coming to enjoy the unusual music.
Some band members soon ventured out to play together at other venues, receiving positive responses to their fresh and energetic sound and landing the band gigs. Leche De Tigre continued honing their rocking latin gypsy funk sound playing shows regularly at restaurants, clubs, private events, as well as theater, festival and outdoor concert venues.
The current band, with both original and new members, consists of Dan Brauer on guitar and vocals, Lee Motter on vocals, Chris Wilson on drums, Robby Malovic on bass, Joe Marcelin on congas and percussion,  Dave Weaver on guitar, Ruben Ruiz on percussion, and Michaeloha Elam on trumpet.
The band released their debut album, Lactophilia, in early 2011. This album led them to win the Big Island Music Awards in the category of World Music. With a fresh batch of original tunes added to its repertoire and following a successful string of theater concerts in Hawaii, Leche De Tigre has had two successful tours in the continental US.




Aloha Theatre (View)
79-7384 Mamalahoa Highway
Kealakekua, HI 96750
United States

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Music > All Ages
Music > World

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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