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Recycled Percussion brings its high-energy act to Kewadin

Saturday, August 23, 2014   by: Staff



Often described as “Junk Rock Music,” Recycled Percussion’s high-octane show features turbo charged drumming, stunning visuals and amazing athletic performances.

Blending rock music and making musical instruments out of everyday household object gives the high-energy Vegas Act its unique sound.

Recycled Percussion is slated for Dream Maker’s Theater in Sault Ste. Marie on October 31.  

Tickets are set at $22.50 and $15.50 and will go on sale Friday, August 22.

Since band members first came together for a high school talent show in ’95, they have been seeking ways to take their musical talents to new creative heights by adding in as many instruments as they could into each show.

The New Hampshire based group gained worldwide recognition after being featured on the cover of USA Today and started touring in the late ’90s.

Recycled Percussion eventually worked its way onto NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” in ’09 where its immense talent was undeniable and was massively popular with every crowd.

It was soon on the pathway to becoming an unstoppable worldwide phenomenon, sealing a deal as a Las Vegas headliner in 2010.

Be a part of the scene this Halloween as you don’t just simply sit back and watch the show — you become the show.

Recycled Percussion hands out drumsticks and “instruments” to its audience members encouraging anyone to play and become fully immersed into the show.

Get ready for a unique, interactive show that’s sure to be a blast for all ages.

For more information, visit Recycled Percussions website or visit Kewadin Casinos website


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