But not just any party will do when you are trying to impress the residents of this city. That’s why you need to start your planning by hiring a Portland brass band.
The entertainment you choose for your party will really set the vibe for your event. You need to start by thinking of what type of event you are hosting. Will it be a festival? a cocktail party? a birthday? Next think about what type of vibe or theme you are going for. All this will give you a better idea of the type of entertainment you will want to hire.
When considering musical entertainment, you might decide you need a high energy cover band that can get people out on the dance floor. If you are going for a more elegant feel, you might want more of a quiet, background vibe. For a festival or parade, a marching band could be the way to go, or make it an old school vibe with a jazz band.
But who has the time to run around finding the perfect band for your occasion? Luckily, our Portland brass band is versatile enough to provide you with the right band no matter what you might be going for with your event.
Our bands can come in a number of configurations, in groups of as little as five or as many as twenty. Our diverse range allows us to provide jazzed up versions of your favorite pop, hip hop and R&B tunes, play as a jazz band or even bring it as a full marching band. And our band leaders have the energy to get all your guests off their feet…if that’s the vibe you’re going for!
Call us first. No matter what you are looking for from your musical entertainment, our Portland brass band will make it happen.
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“The band’s vibe was exactly what I was looking for. Everyone that attended my grand opening loved the band’s performance, especially when they played When The Saint’s Go Marching In and Crazy In Love, and I sold a bunch of jars of caramel sauce at my party. I’ll definitely ask them to perform at my future events.”
Kimberly Luskey, CEO of Burnt Carmel