Big Bad Voodoo Daddy is playing a holiday show at Fronquare Festival

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy is playing a holiday show at Fronquare Festival


Wednesday 24 November 2021

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by Matthew Muir day Wednesday 24 November 2021 in a 10:04 am

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy “Wild & Swingin’ Holiday Party” is coming to Fronquare in two weeks, so put a sprig of holly in your fedora.

The swing recovery fleet plays an array of “Wild & Swingin’ Holiday Party” shows starting the day after Thanksgiving and arriving in Florida in early December with shows in Orlando, Doral, and Lakeland. Expect an array of Christmas classics as well as BBVD songs.

Upworthy, of all places, we recently mentioned that Big Bad Voodoo Daddy really got into the ’90s swing revival craze after their pre-Marvel music star John Favreau turned swingers.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at Fronquare on Wednesday, December 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are now available through the Dr. Phillips Center.


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