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Jazz Supper Club Series – Sherefe

May 3 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm MDT

A couple of months ago, Sherefe performed its first show at Full Cycle Café. That night was dedicated to the group’s former drummer, Brett Bowen, and was a great success, with a sold-out crowd, a jumpin’ dance floor, and an ecstatic dance vibe. Back by popular demand, Sherefe returns to the “Balkan Supper Club” for an evening of Greek ballads and Zorba-style dances to Turkish grooves, from Arabic mawwals (laments) to upbeat tunes.

Şerefe is named after a Turkish drinking toast that strictly means “to your honor”, but is used in the “what happens here stays here” sense. Our repertoire consists of large numbers of Greek, Turkish and Arabic songs, as well as smaller numbers of Bulgarian, Macedonian, Bosnian, Rom, Albanian, Hebrew, Persian and Armenian pieces.

Performing at this show is Jesse Manno (bouzouki, saz, oud, vocals), James Hoskins (cello, gudulka, bouzouki, zurna, vocals), Julie Lancaster (accordion, spoons, vocals), and Dexter Payne (clarinet, saxophone, ney), with guest drummer David Hinojosa.

Featuring our new Tapas menu from Chef Antonio Romo!
Best Craft Cocktails, Beers and Wine

6:30 Seating and Dinner
7:30-10:00 Showtime

$15 Advance Cover Charge OR $20 at the Door

The ticket price includes only the music show, dinner is paid separately.

Due to limited seating, it is recommended to buy your tickets soon!

Kindly note that a minimum of 2 beverages &/or food items must be purchased per person.


May 3
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm MDT
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Full Cycle Cafe & Bar
2355 30th Street
Boulder, 80304
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