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El Pony Pisador live at the Falmouth Sea Shanty

Music.  Falmouth,  16/06/2019

Catalan band El Pony Pisador is bringing all their folk magic to Falmouth on the occasion of the Falmouth Sea Shanty!




A folk band from Barcelona, El Pony Pisador, will be performing at the Falmouth Sea Shanty on the 14th, 15th and 16th of June 2019.

Founded in 2013, the band combines traditional Irish songs, sea shanties, havaneres, tarantellas, and so much more folk from all around the world. After having played concerts in Catalonia ever since (including a trip to Ireland), they are presenting their first album, Yarr's i trons!, which was released in 2016.

The Falmouth Sea Shanty is a festival of nautic music celebrated annually in the UK. It brings international folk music to more than 20 different venues in Falmouth, from pubs to main stages.

You can find more information on the festival here.

Image: El Pony Pisador | "Tot és part de ser un pirata (VIDEOCLEEB UPHEECYAL)" | YouTube

El Pony Pisador

14th, 15th and 16th of June 2019

Falmouth Sea Shanty


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