We had a great time in Spain and France this summer. Huge thanks to everyone who hosted us and danced their asses off in the streets despite the heat! Here’s an original song called “Ode to Nicolai Nescu” by the band’s own Greg Stephens. In Paris at La Générale Nord-Est and for Fête de la Musique, in Barcelona for Nit de San Joan, in Villefranche de Rouergue for a street party, and at the Festival des Fanfares de Montpellier 2017!
Mission Delirium in Rio de Janeiro, August 2015
You made it happen! Thank you Kickstarter friends for helping us exceed our goal! We went to Honk Rio, recorded a live album, and are working on mixing and mastering now. We will be sending out our kickstarter rewards soon!
WE LOVE YOU! THANK YOU!
No upcoming shows scheduled
“Mission Delirium opened with their reimagining of the brass band…Just as upbeat and danceable as The Soul Rebels, Mission Delirium wooed and won the crowd with a performance as strong visually as it was musically.” – Jeff Spirer, SF BAM Magazine
“Mission Delirium opened the show and surprised the full-capacity crowd of around eight-hundred as their four percussionists boldly entered the room, marching band style, loudly banging bass/snare drums, cymbals, tambourines, and cowbells, whipping the audience into full-party mode.” -Steven Roby, Showbams
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A love letter to your feet from the dance floor, Mission Delirium is an invitation to revel in pounding drums and facemelting brass. Let your hair down, get delirious and shake your ass. If it moves you, MD plays it: Bollywood, Balkan, Brazilian, Ethiopian, Tango, Afro-pop, Middle Eastern, Salsa and more- all served with a unique twist of San Francisco. Brought to you by members of What Cheer? Brigade, Extra Action Marching Band, LoCura, The Loyd Family Players, Blue Bone Express, Brass Liberation Orchestra, Tango Number 9, Katdelic, Environmental Encroachment, East Bay Brass Band, Brass Animals, Manicato and Inspector Gadje, this 15 piece is ready to party!
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