Ran Kan Kan were delighted to play via Zoom at the Cowley Road Virtual Carnival on 5th July 2020. See the video below:
Ran Kan Kan & Alma de Tambor
Old Fire Station, George St. Oxford
Following government advice OFS remains closed. We have once again had to reschedule this fabulous gig to Saturday 8th May 2021,
still at Old Fire Station, Oxford.
All tickets will be valid for the new date, or you can get a refund from OFS.
A night of vibrant Cuban dance music, with authentic Afro-Cuban rumba from Alma de Tambor, a female percussion and vocals group led by Gerardo De Armas Sarria.
The evening starts shortly after 8pm with a Cuban salsa class led by the infectious and talented Cuban dancer and teacher, Ariel Rios, who will get you in the mood to shake your stuff Cuban-style, and keep it caliente on the dance floor, spinning tasty Latin and salsa tunes through to midnight.
Ran Kan Kan play music from the golden years of Cuban big bands, syncopated mambos, rumba and son montuno classics for you to dance to. Be warned, you will want to dance
Concessions (pay less) £10
On door (pay more) £15
More details and tickets from OFS
Venue: Old Fire Station
40 George Street Oxford OX1 2AQ
Doors open 7:30pm
- Dave Glazebrook, Morning Star
"We were dancing all night! The band recreated the golden age of
- Jim Holah
(Charlbury Community Centre Appeal)