Thursday, Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m.
Weis Center Concert Hall
Lemon Bucket Orkestra are Toronto’s original guerrilla-folk, party-punk band. The multi-award-winning ensemble has been heralded as a groundbreaking, genre-bending phenomenon by media and fans alike, and over the past eight years have performed all over the world from WOMAD in New Zealand and Pohoda in Slovakia, to Festival D’Été in Québec City and Luminato in Toronto. The Guardian proclaimed that their performances are “gorgeously sung and passionately played” and The New York Times declared them “charismatic ... handsome and ambitious.”
Lemon Bucket Orkestra is: Ian Tulloch (sousaphone), Os Kar (savage drums, screams), Marichka Marczyk (accordion, vocals), Michael Louis Johnson (trumpet), Julian Selody (saxophone), Jaash Singh (darbouka), Alex Nahirny (guitar), Mark Marczyk (violin, vocals), Stephania Woloshyn (dance, percussion, vocals), Nathan Dell-Vandenberg (trombone) and James McKie (violin).
Equal parts exhilarating precision and reckless abandon, the Orkestra’s live shows are a truly immersive experience — ranging from the ecstatic to the cathartic and all points in between. They have expertly captured that unique blend of energy and emotion on their new album If I Had the Strength.
Seniors 62+ and subscribers: $20
Youth 18 and under: $15
Bucknell employees and retirees (limit 2): $15
Bucknell students (limit 2): $10
Non-Bucknell students (limit 2): $15