TIEMPO HALL Events Informations
Concert Caribbean music Dance party
For those who want to dance to the fullest with Septeto Santiaguero live performances, we also recommend the following pre-event!
You can enjoy the live performance of Septeto Santiaguero up close at our "Tiempo Hall"!
Of course, their music is super danceable. So please dance to your heart's content.
This pre-event will be held to convey our gratitude to all the members of Tiempo who always support our activities. It is also for all the salsa fans in Fukuoka.
After the live performance, a party will be held to celebrate Tiempo’s 25th anniversary. There will be also DJ time and dance performances. If you have a band that wants to perform, you are more than welcome to do so.
Stay tuned for more details on the program for that day!
Sunday, September 18th, 2022.
Open: 19:00 (Live Starts: 20:00 / Celebration party: 22:00)
Adv. Ticket: ¥4,800
* The purchase of a drink ticket (¥500) is necessary.
On the day of the event, we have the "Menu Grande" from the menu of our Cafe Restaurante SANCHO PANZA located on the 5th floor. You can order at the bar counter.
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Advanced tickets are sold at Tiempo’s reception.
If you wish to purchase the tickets by phone, through the inquiry form at the bottom of the page or by e-mail, it will proceed as follows:
1. Please inform us about the name of the event, the number of tickets you want to purchase and your contact information when contacting us by phone, inquiry form or e-mail.
2. Ticket purchase is completed when the payment of the ticket price to the designated bank is confirmed.
3.Tickets can be handed over in advance at Tiempoor can be handed over at the reception on the same day of the show to those who live far away.
* Applications are accepted by September 13th (Tuesday). After that time, please purchase at the Center.
Latin Grammy-winning group Septeto Santiaguero brings the authentic grooves of Cuba’s eastern region to Japan this summer as one of the leading exponents of the island’s traditional sounds. The intoxicating emotions of the son, the guaracha, the bolero and other forms reintroduced to a global audience by Buena Vista Social Club are all given a new shot of energy by this eight-piece “septet” from Santiago de Cuba.
The intention of leader Fernando Dewar is not to dwell on an overly theatrical feeling of nostalgia for a bygone Buena Vista sound or compete with the urban intensity of Havana’s timba bands. Instead he looks to strip down traditional Cuban styles to their essential swing and recharge them with fresh vocal harmonies, fat basslines, driving ‘tres’ and guitar hooks and sizzling trumpet runs that conjure up the scorching heat of Santiago de Cuba. Applying this approach to a mix of original material and revisited classics, Septeto Santiaguero offers a powerful demonstration that reimagined traditional forms still have a strong relevance for a younger generation in contemporary times.
Since its formation in 1995, the group has emerged as a key force for revitalizing the island’s traditional sounds and has reinforced this notion through a series of playful and colorful videos and collaborations with some of the legends of salsa including Ruben Blades, Ismael Miranda, Oscar D’Leon and, most notably, Jose Alberto “El Canario.”
Step into the heat and warm musical embrace of Santiago de Cuba this summer!
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