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杭盖乐队新专辑《Hanggai “ Big Band Brass” 》 2019巡演 深圳站


杭盖乐队新专辑《Hanggai “ Big Band Brass” 》 2019巡演 深圳站

时间:2019.3.22 周五 20:30








票价:学生 80 元;预售 150 元;现场 180 元


※截止时间:3月22日 00:00









杭盖乐队新专辑《Hanggai “ big band brass” 》2019巡演正式启动

继上一张大受好评的专辑《故乡》后 ,成军十五周年的杭盖乐队一直在努力探寻音乐的多样性与可能性。经过为期一年的筹备,终于推出以杭盖+爵士铜管乐团为概念的全新专辑。这将是第一次世界音乐+摇滚+爵士铜管乐队的精彩合作,希望能给广大乐迷朋友带来一场非同凡响的听觉盛宴。

这张具有world fusion rock开创性音乐理念的专辑出自加拿大著名音乐制作人Garth Richardson之手,这也是继《花斑马》之后杭盖与这位传奇制作人的再度合作。他曾制作过Rage Against the Machine的首张经典同名专辑和Red Hot Chili Peppers乐队的成名作《Mother's Milk》。他还成功的帮助了许多的年轻乐队们,使他们拥有了第一张金唱片(销量50 万张)与白金唱片(销量100万张)。



杭盖乐队 2019年全国巡演站目信息

3.09 呼和浩特 who-hot

3.10 包头 为

3.14 南京 欧拉

3.15 杭州 MAO

3.16 上海 MAO

3.21 厦门 MAO

3.22 深圳 B10

3.23 广州 MAO

3.28 重庆 VOX

3.29 成都 正火

3.30 西安 MAO

4.06 北京 疆进酒

Hanggai New Album "Hanggai 'Big Band Brass' " 2019 Tour Shenzhen Station


Time: 2019.3.22 Friday 20:30

Venue: B10 Live

Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)

Venue Support: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd

Admittance starts at 20:00.

Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.


Ticketing information

Fare: Student 80 RMB;Advance 150 RMB; Walk-in 180 RMB


※Presale service available until 00:00 on Mar. 22

※At Door tickets may not be available if advance tickets were sold out. Please purchase the tickets as early as possible.

①Entity:Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)

②Taobao:Search Store "B10 Live"



Please send the following information to at least ONE DAY before the concert:

1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets


Starts at 19:30 on the day at B10 Live.


Hanggai Band (杭盖乐队) is an Inner Mongolian folk music group from Beijing who specialize in a blend of Mongolian folk music and more modern styles such as punk rock. Their songs incorporate traditional folk lyrics as well as original compositions, and are sung in Mongolian and Mandarin.

China is a country of nations: Fifty-five different minority groups inhabit a wide range of the country’s geography. For many of these groups, music is the way in which their cultural survival is ensured. While China’s capital may seem like a strange place for a Mongolian folk revival, Hanggai, a five-piece folk outfit composed of ethnic Mongolians, is captivating Beijing’s rock-heavy music scene with their brand of traditional Mongolian music with a contemporary feel. Traditional Mongolian music is based in the rhythms and sounds of horseback riding, wherein lie the roots of its culture. Hanggai combines primarily traditional instruments – the morin khuur, or horse-head fiddle, and the tobshuur (two-stringed lute) – with a throat singing technique (hoomei) that has been handed down over the course of more than two millennia and elicits the rolling plains of the Mongolian grasslands. Indeed, the band’s name is an ancient word that refers to a heavenly combination of the best of the Mongolian landscape – big blue skies, mountains, rivers, trees. A tasteful addition of modern flavour is the result of the group’s time in Beijing’s rock underground in a variety of bands and is balanced by their commitment to preserving the traditions of Mongolian music through regular musical pilgrimages to Inner Mongolia. Linking ancient Mongolian musical traditions with their contemporary urban living experience, Hanggai is trying to create a unique sound of the ethnic Mongolian people in China.