The Voodoo Ball – Revenge of El Coco (Brought to you by Rebel Soul)
Venue: The Kazimier, 4-5 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool, L1 4JJ
Date: Saturday 31st October 2015
Time: 20.00 – 03.00
Tickets: £8 Early Bird – Sold out!
£11 Advance – Online from Skiddle
£15 on the door
In the desolate depths of a perilous place, the bogeyman lurks, with a snarl on his face.
Never dare, never dare to approach his dark lair, for he’s waiting . . . just waiting . . . to get you.
The raucous sounds of backstreet Latin swing with the maverick Voodoo Love Orchestra.
Cosmadelic 12-tone jazz from the peerless United Vibrations.
A carnival of up-tempo afrobeat provided by the deliciously danceable 7 Suns.
A musical odyssey across West Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America courtesy of Radio Martiko, The Walrus Said, Monkey and the Voodoo Ball DJs.
The frightful Moko Jumbies and the impish and mischevious Tokoloshe.
Grief-stricken La Llorona and the Bride of El Coco herself.
Dazzling Voodoo stylings by Loco Lomaz, Las Brujas de Hilo and Vuuduufuturism.
The athleticism and speed of the intricate martial art of Capoeira, courtesy of Capoeira For All.
Featuring: Vuuduufuturism (Tristan Brady-Jacobs), who will be making his Milk Ghosts out of recycled plastic milk bottles. He will also be making lots of Voodoo Masks out of cardboard. There is also Las Brujas de Hilo, a group of local yarn bombers who will be making amulets out of yarn, to protect us from the evil monsters. Furthermore, we have Vjing courtesy of Loco Lomaz (Laura Lomax). Laura will also be making large puppets and set-design.
The awesome power of 40-strong Liverpool-based drumming troupe, Katumba.
Wake The Dead Halloween Parade, starting at 8.30pm at the top of Bold Street.
The legendary Kazimier for one last triumphant Voodoo celebration.