On May 18, the global sensation Huntertones bring their international sound and playful musicianship to Elm Street Cultural Arts Village’s Lantern Series.
The seventh installment in the inaugural outdoor concert series combines jazz, funk, rock and even beat boxing for an innovative concert experience by the brass-based ensemble.
Named one of the music ambassadors by the U.S. State Department in both 2015 and 2017, Huntertones brings people together around the globe with fun, imaginative and fearless music.
Their high energy, horn-driven sound features “genre bending” composition and unconventional covers. The seven-member band features Dan White (saxophones), Jon Lampley (trumpet/sousaphone), Chris Ott (trombone/beatbox), Adam DeAscentis (bass), John Hubbell (drums), Josh Hill (guitar), and Justin Stanton (keys/trumpet).
The band formed in Columbus, Ohio in 2014 is now based in Brooklyn, New York. They’ve performed in more than 20 countries worldwide and continue to tour the U.S. and abroad. Their latest release, “Passport,” is a collection of songs inspired by their experiences sharing music with people from all over the world.
“Huntertones really brings the heart of the Lantern Series with their May concert,” Elm Street Executive Director Christopher Brazelton said. “We are so excited for our audience to experience that.”
The outdoor concert is a one-night engagement at 7:30 p.m., May 18. Huntertones is appropriate for all ages. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own food and drinks (no outside alcohol) and decorate their tables. Reformation beer and a variety of wines will be available for purchase.
Tables and seats are available at varying levels including: VIP Table (Seats 8, Closest to Stage), Premier Table (Seats 6, Closer to Stage), Reserved Table (Seats 6, Close to Stage), Reserved Gold Seat, General Admission Lawn (Bring Your Own Chair/Blanket).
Lantern Series tickets are on sale now at www.elmstreetarts.org.