Reunited “Moroccan roll” trio blends rock, blues, and Indian influences in support of a long-awaited new album; opening act The Standstills
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C$25 for one ticket to see The Tea Party with The Standstills (up to C$46.50 value)
When: Sunday, November 23, at 8 p.m.
Where: London Concert Theatre
General admission standing
Door time: 7 p.m.
Full offer value includes ticketing fees.
The Tea Party
The Tea Party – "The Bazaar"
What’s “Moroccan roll”?: what the band calls its sound, which melds progressive and psychedelic rock and blues (a la Led Zeppelin and The Doors) with traditional Indian and Middle Eastern instruments and melodies
When The Tea Party started: in 1990, but they rose to popularity in Canada and Australia in 1993 with the platinum selling sophomore album Splendor Solis
When The Tea Party stopped: in 2005 for a break that extended all the way until their 2011 reunion
Reason for fans to rejoice: the band just released its first new studio album in 10 years, The Ocean at the End
Instruments you might hear: sitars, sarods, darbukas, hurdy-gurdies, tambouras, tablets, and goblet drums