october, 2021


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24oct2:00 pm4:00 pmCafe Accordion 10 24 21

Event Details

The Music

“Berets and Bongos” describes the Cafe Accordion experience, an eclectic mix full of French flare, Latin heat and Bohemian attitude. The heart of the Café Accordion repertoire is the romantic, gypsy-influenced valse-musette. The group complements the musettes with swing, ballads, tangos, cha chas, rumbas, and cumbias to create a wonderfully varied show. They inject their music with good humor and expressive abandon. Their high level of musicianship and passion for performance makes them an entertaining concert act as well as a great dance band.

The Artists

CAO is led by DAN NEWTON on accordion and vocals, with ERIC MOHRING on mandolin, violin and vocals, ERIK LILLESTOL on bass and vocals, BRIAN BARNES on guitar and vocals and JOE STEINGER on percussion. CAO has been delighting audiences and dancers alike since 1995. They have appeared in New York at the Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Night Swing series, the International Akkordeon Festival in Vienna, Austria, the Minnesota State Fair, as well as festivals, theaters and dance halls across the United States. 

                 Music like yours is a breath of springtime, a surge of hope and

                   optimism, a blossoming of new life, a revival of all things human

                     and warm and inviting…. jeeziz, we need music like this!!”

For Further Information Contact
 Dan Newton or Elizabeth Rowan
651-488-1174

1311 Osage Street
St. Paul, MN  55117 USA
www.cafeaccordion.com

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Time

(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

Moose Lake Community School

4812 Co Rd 10, Moose Lake, MN 55767

Ticket Section Title

Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!

Health Guidelines for this Event

Other Health Guidelines We will be following the guidelines of the CDC and MN Dept of Health.
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